Readership: Primary readership: academics, postgraduate and higher level undergraduate students, in criminal law and legal philosophy.
Secondary readership: academics in criminology; judges; practitioners.
R.A. Duff, Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Stirling, and Stuart Green, Louis B Porterie Professor of Law, Louisiana State University
"This book..constitutes a welcome and timely contribution to what is undoubtedly a growing interest in this field" - The British Journal of Criminology
1: R A Duff & Stuart P Green: Introduction: Defining Crimes
2: Jeremy Horder: The Classification of Crimes and the Special Part of the Criminal Law
3: R A Duff: Criminalizing Endangerment
4: Douglas Husak: Malum Prohibitum and Retributivism
5: Markus Dirk Dubber: The Possession Paradigm: The Special Part and the Police Power Model of the Criminal Process
6: Victor Tadros: The Distinctiveness of Domestic Violence: a Freedom Based Account
7: Stuart P Green: What's Wrong with Bribery
8: A P Simester and G R Sullivan: On the Nature and Rationale of Property Offences
9: Kyron Huigens: Is Strict Liability Rape Defensible?
10: Claire Finkelstein: Merger and Felony Murder