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27 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (2008)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth27 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS

VOLUME 27 / NUMBER 1

WINTER/SPRING 2008

COMMENTARY: The Lessons of Wrongful Convictions /
JON B. GOULD
SYMPOSIUM
George P. Fletcher, The Grammar of Criminal Law, vol. 1

Introduction
JOHN KLEINIG

Collective Crime and Collective
Punishment I
JEFF MCMAHAN
In the Shadow of Christ? On the Use
of the Word Victim for Those
Affected by Crime /
JAN VAN DIJK
Direct Paternalism: Criminalizing
Self-Injurious Conduct I
ANDREW VON HIRSCH
Two Understandings of Morality and
Their Relationship to Politics /
PETER CANE
What Are the Arguments Against the
Majority's Desire for Punishment? /
KURT SEELMANN

3    Toward a Universal Theory of Criminal
Law: Rethinking the Comparative and
International Project /
SIMON BRONITT

The Law of Duty and the Virtue
of Justice /
EKOW N. YANKAH

Is the Subjective Mental Element
13    Superfluous? /
MORDECHAI KREMNITZER
Reflections on The Grammar
of Criminal Law I
25    DAVID DOLINKO
The Nature of Crime: A Synthesis,
Following the Three Perspectives
Offered in The Grammar of
Criminal Law  /
MIRIAM GUR-ARYE
Responses to the Critiques of
45    The Grammar of Criminal Law  I
GEORGE P. FLETCHER

IN THE LITERATURE
Review Essay   / The Utility of Torture   104      Publications Received                      111
Mirko Bagaric and Julie Clarke,
Torture: When the Unthinkable
is Morally Permissible                             Announcements                             112
SEUMAS MILLER
Published by the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY
and the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Charles Sturt University.

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