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Retributivism: Punishment and Justification

No. Panggil : eja-21-0734
Nama Orang : Anant, R Deogaonkar.
Penerbitan : [Place of publication not identified] : Proquest - Crime Justice and Cyber Criminology, 2021
AbstrakThe retributive principle is that offenders should be punished because and only because they have culpably done wrong. This is an instance of this more general principle of desert. We all have primary duties not to do the sort of acts that malum in se criminal statutes prohibit. We also have secondary duties to allow ourselves to be made to suffer if we have violated these primary duties. The trigger for these secondary duties is again our culpability in violating the primary duties that define wrongdoing. This article provides a brief overview of the key tenets of the most prevalent impure versions of retributivism: deontological, consequentialist, and mixed/hybrid. Each overview is followed by accounts, theories, and justiffcations. At the end the author concludes that no version of retributivism can serve as a complete theory of punishment.
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Kata KunciRetributivism, Deontological, Consequentialist, Mixed, Justification, Punishment.
Tahun Terbit2021
No. Indukeja-21-0734
Entri Sumber DataProquest - Crime Justice and Cyber Criminology
Entri Utama Nama orangAnant, R Deogaonkar.
Volume, Nomor, Tahun dan Hlm.vol. 16, no. 1, p. 17-33
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Judul UtamaRetributivism: Punishment and Justification
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