Criminal law in the age of the administrative state /
What is the criminal law for? One influential answer is that the criminal law vindicates pre-political rights and condemns wrongdoing. On this account, the criminal law has an intrinsic subject matter-certain types of moral wrongdoing-and it provides a distinctive response to that wrongdoing, namely...
New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Studies in penal theory and philosophy
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