The Philosophy of Punishment
edited by H. B. Acton

Essays by retributionists or utilitarians or both. None of them questions the need for punishment. They welcome reforms. The retributionists have the better case. None believe in allowing individuals to administer punishment to criminals. They all recognize that only a state monopoly can administer a system of punishment uniformly.

Year Read: 1978


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