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Retributivism & Its Critics (Arsp Beiheft,)

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Published by Coronet Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criminology,
  • Sociology

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages170
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    Open LibraryOL12760508M
    ISBN 103515060294
    ISBN 109783515060295


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Retributivism & Its Critics (Arsp Beiheft,) by Wesley Cragg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Retributivism and its critics: Canadian Section of the International Society for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (CS, IVR): papers of the special Nordic conference held at the University of Toronto, June / Author: edited by Wesley Cragg. Publication info: Stuttgart:. In Retributivism: Essays on Theory and Policy, Professor Mark D.

White and his contributors offer analysis and explanations of new developments in retributivism, the philosophical account of punishment that holds that wrongdoers must be punished as a matter of right, duty, or justice, rather than to serve some general social contemporary debate over retributivist punishment has Format: Hardcover.

Retributivism needs saving, and the core retributivist thought needs retrieving, from those who interpret it in ways that fail to make it morally plausible.

Retributivism & Its Critics book failures are found among advocates of retributivism as well as among its critics.

In Retributivism: Essays on Theory and Policy, Professor Mark D. White Retributivism & Its Critics book his contributors offer analysis and explanations of new developments in retributivism, the philosophical account of punishment that holds that wrongdoers must be punished as a matter of right, duty, or justice, rather than to serve some general social purpose.

This book reconsiders the extent of its resurgence and its current prospects. Chapters covering topics such as punishment theory, law, and philosophy engage with contemporary ideas about restorative justice, therapeutic jurisprudence, rehabilitation of offenders, and mandatory punishments that are difficult to reconcile with retributive.

Duff, R.A., ÔAlternatives to Punishment – or Alternative Punishments?', in W. Cragg (ed.), Retributivism and Its Critics (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, ), 43– ÔThe Significance of Choice Author: Nathan Hanna.

Retrieving Retributivism. Such failures are found among advocates of retributivism as w ell as among its critics. 18 See the chapter by Holton in this book for an example of this : Robin Antony Duff.

The book demonstrates that examining the critics of asceticism helps understand better the complexity of religious traditions and their cultural contexts.

The comparative analysis, moreover, shows that the criticism of asceticism reflects a religious worldview as significant and widespread in the history of religions as asceticism itself is.

Retributivism and its critics: papers of the special Nordic conference held at the University of Toronto, June Author: Wesley Cragg ; International Society for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy.

"Retributivism Has a Past is an important book that both reconsiders the past and may well reconfigure the future of criminal punishment.

Michael Tonry's grand introductory essay examines retributivism's resurgence in light of actual practices, especially in the United States.5/5(1).

Retributivism and its Critics Canadian Section of the International Society for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy: Papers of the Special Nordic Conference Held at the University of Toronto, June [Book Review]Author: Wesley Cragg. Abstract. First paragraph: Retributivism needs saving not only from its plentiful enemies, but from some of its would-be friends.

More precisely, since there are so many different accounts of punishment calling themselves "retributivist" that we might wonder whether the term picks out a single school of thought,[i] what needs saving is what I take to be the core retributivist thought: that Author: R A Duff. Duff, AAlternatives to Punishment--or Alternative Punishments.

Papers of the Special Nordic Conference Held at th. in W Cragg (ed.), Retributivism and Its Critics: Papers of the Special Nordic Conference Held at th.

Steiner Verlag, pp. Author: Antony Duff. The Impulse to Punish: A Critique of Retributive Justice Devika Agrawal Scripps College This Open Access Senior Thesis is brought to you for free and open access by the Scripps Student Scholarship at Scholarship @ Claremont.

It has been accepted for inclusion in Scripps Senior Theses by an authorized administrator of Scholarship @ Claremont. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 monthsCited by: RETRIBUTIVISM AND TRUST 1.

INTRODUCTION Retribution and its Critics, ed. Wesley Cragg (Franz Steiner Verlag Stuttgart, ) and "A New Theory of Retribu- In a book-length development of my view, I would also want to argue that it can be understood as the. Weaknesses of retributivism. Modifications and compromises.

Punishment as communication: Nozick and Hampton. Desert and deterrence in sentencing. Conclusion. Study questions and further reading. 16 Radical perspectives on crime and punishment.

Enlightenment liberalism and its critics. The range of radical criticisms. The individual and society. It is this latter strand of retributivism that is the subject of this essay.

What is retributivism. Whether there is something yet living in the retributive tradition depends on whether, on due reflection, at least some of its canonical ideas continue to strike us, under a File Size: KB. For nearly two centuries in the United States, the punishment of crime was largely aimed, in theory and in practice, at prevention, rehabilitation or incapacitation, and deterrence.

In the mids, a sharp-and some argued permanent-shift occurred. Punishment in the criminal justice system became first and foremost about retribution. Retribution trumped rehabilitation; proportionality.

By showing that retributivism falls victim to its own withering critique of other theories of punishment, retributivism succumbs to its own "Ishmael effect."23 That is, IMAGE FORMULA retributivism is incoherent. In contrast, consequentialism, while undeniably flawed, may be true to itself.

Review of the book Retributivism and its Critics: Papers of the special Nordic conference held at the University of Totonto, JuneW. Cragg, By Author: G.C.G.J. van Roermund. "Commentary: In Defense of Retributivism" in Wesley Cragg, ed., Retributivism and its Critics (Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag, ).

"Ethical Perspectives on Health Hazards from Asbestos" in M. Trebilcock and C. Tuohy, eds., Policy Options in the Regulation of Asbestos-Related Health Hazards (). Edited Collection of New Essays. Jean Elizabeth Hampton (June 1, – April 2, ) was an American political philosopher, author of Hobbes and the Social Contract Tradition, Political Philosophy, The Authority of Reason, The Intrinsic Worth of Persons and, with Jeffrie G Murphy, Forgiveness and Mercy.

Retributive justice is a theory of punishment that when an offender breaks the law, justice requires that s/he suffers in return.

It also requires that the response to a crime is proportional to the offence. Prevention of future crimes or rehabilitation of the offender are other purposes of ution is different from revenge because retributive justice is directed only at wrongs.

It is no small thing to refresh debates on punishment generally and retributivism in particular. Leo Zaibert takes on this demanding project in Rethinking Punishment, a thoughtful, wide-ranging and worthy book.1 If legal theory is interesting precisely because it engages so many different fields, it is open to criticism because it so often badly trails the fields it references.

Robinson PH, Darley JM () The role of deterrence in the formulation of criminal Law rules: at its worst when doing its best.

Georgetown Law J – Google Scholar von Hirsch A () Doing justice. A problem with retributivism, a critic might say, is that it would compel punishment even when such punishment would have unfortunate or counterproductive consequences.

Critics of utilitarianism may point out that, sometimes, punishing innocent persons may produce socially desirable results and therefore be considered justified. Justice Without Retribution Retributivism, mass incarceration, and free will skepticism.

Posted Luckily, the high court declared the book ban unlawful, reasoning that books. THE JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY VOLUME LXXV, NO. II, NOVEMBER I RETRIBUTION AND THE THEORY OF PUNISHMENTS HE idea that retribution, along with prevention of crime T and reformation of convicted criminals, plays a role in the nature and practice of punishment is a common theme in accounts of punishment at least since T.

Green., Exactly what. Abstract. The two main traditional criminal theories, non-consequentialist and consequentialist theories, also frequently referred to as retributive and utilitarian theories, were developed to explain the basic underpinnings of, and reasons for, criminal law and : Kerstin Braun.

Retributivism and its Critics: Canadian Section of the International Society for Philosophy of Law and social Philosophy (CS, IVR) Papers of the Special Nordic Conference Held at the University of Toronto. Retributive justice, response to criminal behaviour that focuses on the punishment of lawbreakers and the compensation of victims.

In general, the severity of the punishment is proportionate to the seriousness of the crime. Retribution appears alongside restorative principles in law codes from the. Religious Criticism Books Showing of God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything (Hardcover) by.

Christopher Hitchens (shelved 7 times as religious-criticism) avg rating — 85, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Retributivism definition, a policy or theory of criminal justice that advocates the punishment of criminals in retribution for the harm they have inflicted.

See more. Start studying Theories of Punishment: Retributivism. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Criminal Punishment and the Pursuit of Justice Mike C. Materni * ABSTRACT Since the beginning of recorded history societies have punished offenders while at the same time trying to justify the practice on moral and rational grounds and to clarify the relationship between punishment and Size: KB.

“Just because I do not accept the teachings of the devotaries does not mean I've discarded a belief in right and wrong." "But the Almighty determines what is right!" "Must someone, some unseen thing, declare what is right for it to be right. I believe that my own morality -- which answers only to my heart -- is more sure and true than the morality of those who do right only because they fear.

Professor Antony Duff is a leading expert on the philosophy of punishment and is internationally recognized for his expertise in criminal law and its structure.

He joined the Law School faculty as a tenured professor in and is also a professor emeritus in the Department of Philosophy, University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland. An immanent critic of punishment accepts the institution of legal punishment, seeks a sound moral justification for it and uses this as a critical standard against which to test the actual practice of punishment.

The radical critic, on the other hand, questions the existential foundation of the institution of legal punishment. In Tunick’s words. Retributivist definition, a policy or theory of criminal justice that advocates the punishment of criminals in retribution for the harm they have inflicted.

See more. Although critics of retributivism are legion, it is hard to think of a single legal philosopher who has defended a consequentialist alternative with anything that approximates the care and attention von Hirsch has devoted to just deserts.