Punishment: The Supposed Justifications
by Ted Henderich

An attack on all the traditional defenses of punishment: retribution, deterrence, reform, and various combinations of these, which ends up advocating a particular utilitarian-egalitarian basis for punishment.

Year Read: 1984

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