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10 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1991)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth10 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS
VOLUME 10 / NUMBER 1                                                                WINTER/SPRING 1991
COMMENTARY: The Birth of the Death-Machine          /  JAMESJ. MEGIVERN                          2
Discretion, Punishment, and Juvenile               A Note on the Death Penalty as the
Justice  /                                         Best Bet /
FRANCIS SCHRAG                               3     MICHAEL D. BAYLES                            7
Editor's Introduction                       11     The Orthodox Model of the
Criminal Offense /
The Actus Reus Requirement:                        DOUGLAS N. HUSAK                            20
A Qualified Defense     /
MICHAEL GORR                                11     Reply to Murphy and Husak       /
MICHAEL GORR                                24
Gorr on Actus Reus /
JEFFRIE G. MURPHY                           18
Review Essay / Making Up Our Minds:                Review Essay / Torture as Raison d'Etat     40
Can Law Survive Cognitive Science?          27
Lawrence Weschler A Miracle, A Universe:
Lynne Rudder Baker Saving Belief:                  Settling Accounts with Torturers /
A Critique of Physicalism                          ANTHONY D'AMATO
Daniel C. Dennett The Intentional Stance
Paul M. Churchland Matter and
Consciousness / REBECCA DRESSER
Publications Received                       48
Editors William C. Heffernan, John Kleinig, Shirley R.  Copyright © 1991
Schnitzer                                          Criminal Justice Ethics / ISSN 0731-129X
Managing Editors Daniel Schwarz, Yurong Zhang      The Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics /
Associate Editors Jeffrey Blustein, Robert Bonn, Joshua  899 Tenth Avenue / New York NY 10019. The journal is sent
Dressler, Gertrude Ezorsky, Douglas N. Husak, Tziporah  without charge to all members of the Institute for Criminal
Kasachkoff, Barbara Raffel Price, Robert G. Price  Justice Ethics. Information about membership is provided
Circulation Manager Steven Chan                    on the inside cover.
Published by the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics in association with the Department of Law, Police Science and
Criminal Justice Administration, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

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