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  • The contents of this book represent nearly twenty years of studying and assessing critically philosophical work in the areas related to responsibility and punishment theories. Certain chapters or sections of chapters of this book contain materials that I have contributed to various philosophy journals or other sources. For example, the contents of Chapter 3 consists of a revised version of an essay by the same title published in The Southern Journal of Philosophy to which thanks are expressed for the use of it herein.

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  • Ready to laugh until you're horse? Brian P. Cleary, author of the best-selling Words Are CATegorical(tm) series and the poetry collection Rainbow Soup, is off on a gnu hilarious adventure in language--PUNS! This imaginative collection of silly and sophisticated puns uncovers double meanings that are kind dove hiding in everyday phrases. A helpful pun-unciation guide is included on porpoise to help ewe give it a try!

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  • Tội ác và sự trừng phạt là 1 trong những tác phẩm văn học nga hổi tiếng . Sau đây là bản dịch tiếng anh của t\p nà Crime and Punishment Fyodor Dostoevsky Translated By Constance Garnett PART V Chapter II

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  • Study of the philosophical foundations of the criminal law has long been treated as an adjunct to the study of punishment. In this collection of specially commissioned essays, leading philosophers and criminal lawyers from the UK, USA, and Canada break with this tradition. Ranging across such central issues as moral luck, mistake, and mental illness, Action and Value in Criminal Law aims to reorientate the study of criminal law.

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  • Andrew von Hirsch addresses a number of emerging conceptual questions concerning the proportionality of criminal sentences, an approach that is gaining influence worldwide including in England where the Criminal Justice Act of 1991 made proportionality the primary criterion for determining sentences. This study deals with how the idea of penal censure justifies proportionate sentences, how a penalty scale should be "anchored" in order to reduce overall punishment levels, how non-custodial penalties should be graded and used, and how political pressures impinge on sentencing policies.

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  • Test 45 Pronunciation 1. a. supper b. hungry c. pull d. punish c 2. a. have b. chance c. hand d. stand b 3. a. buck b. duck c. reduce d. structure c 4. a. borrow b. grow c. sparrow d. crowd d 5. a. leave b. weave c. weary d. steal c 6. a. chief b. thief c. deaf d. leaf c 7. a. smart b. cracker c. snack d. packet a Find the mistakes 8. If protect, a solar cell lasts for a long time and is a good source of energy. a. protect b. a solar c. lasts...

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  • By 2003 an explosion in political, legislative and academic interest in the field of trafficking and smuggling of human beings in Europe was well underway. It was in part a reflection of the international concern regarding smuggling and trafficking which was expressed in the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime and two draft protocols, one to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children and the other to combating smuggling of persons which supplement the convention adopted in 2000....

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  • Recent Supreme Court decisions categorically preclude the application of capital punishment to convicted offenders who were below the age of eighteen or mentally retarded at the time they committed the crimes for which they were sentenced.1 Neither opinion suggests that offenders in these categories cannot be criminally responsible for their offenses, and the Atkins opinion explicitly recognizes that some mentally retarded offenders can qualify as criminally responsible for their offenses.

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  • In Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law, Mark Drumbl rethinks how per- petrators of atrocity crimes should be punished. After first reviewing the sentencing practices of courts and tribunals that censure genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes, he concludes that these practices fall short of the goals that interna- tional criminal law ascribes to punishment, in particular retribution and deterrence. This raises the question whether international prosecutorial and correctional prefer- ences are as effective as we hope.

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  • Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Cleary, Brian P., 1959– Rhyme and punishment : adventures in wordplay / by Brian P. Cleary ; illustrated by J. P. Sandy. p. cm. eISBN-13: 978–0–8225–6537–6 eISBN-10: 0–8225–6537–4 1.

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  • The usual mode of capital punishment in England for many centuries has been, and still is, hanging. Other means of execution have been exercised, but none have been so general as death at the hands of the hangman. In the Middle Ages every town, abbey, and nearly all the more important manorial lords had the right of hanging, and the gallows was to be seen almost everywhere. Representatives of the church often possessed rights in respect to the gallows and its victims.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Psychiatric diagnoses and punishment for misconduct: the effects of PTSD in combatdeployed Marines

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  • This book addresses the retributive and "orthodox subjectivist" theories that dominate criminal justice theory alongside recent "revisionist" and "postmodern" approaches. Norrie argues that all these approaches, together with their faults and contradictions, stem from their orientation to themes in Kantian moral philosophy. He explores an alternative relational or dialectical approach; examines the work of Ashworth, Duff, Fletcher, Moore, Smith, and Williams; and considers key doctrinal issues.

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  • There is no doubt that our far-away grandfathers, whether of English, French, Dutch, Scotch or Irish blood, were much more afraid of ridicule than they were even of sinning, and far more than we are of extreme derision or mockery to-day. This fear and sensitiveness they showed in many ways. They were vastly touchy and resentful about being called opprobrious or bantering names; often running petulantly to the court about it and seeking redress by prosecution of the offender. And they were forever bringing suits in petty slander and libel cases.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Law & economics" has contents: An Economic theory of contract law, topics in the economics of contract law, an economic theory of the legal process, topics in the economics of the legal process, topics in the economics of the legal process, topics in the economics of crime and punishment.

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  • PARENTAGE There was a man called Halfdan the Black, who lived and died long ago, when the folk of Norway were still ruled by many small kingdoms, and folk still followed the old customs, believing in Odin, Tor, Freya and other old gods. Halfdan grew up in the small farmingtown of Os, in the kingdom of Fjordane. He was fathered by Gødrød the Toothy and mothered by an outlander woman called Aasa. As a young man, Gødrød had killed a few other local young men, for no reason other than boredom; as punishment for these wrongs, the Fjordane Assembly had...

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Marketing crime pay - Law and order" has contents: Crime and punishment in american political culture, institutionalizing law and order, reconceptualizing the crime problem.

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  • Passive Voice là thể bị động hay bị động cách. Tất cả các câu mà chúng ta đã viết là ở thể chủ động (Active Voice). Trong thể chủ động chủ từ là kẻ phát sinh ra hành động, ở thể bị động chủ từ là kẻ chịu tác động của hành động đó, hành động này có thể do một đối tượng nào đó gây ra. Trong tiếng Việt ta dùng thể bị động bằng các từ được hoặc bị. Xét ví dụ sau: Active - The teacher punish the pupils. (Thầy giáo phạt các học sinh) Passive -...

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  • To be a bad fit: Không vừa • To be a bad fit: Không vừa • To be a bear for punishment: Chịu đựng đợc sự hành hạ • To be a believer in ghosts: Kẻ tin ma quỷ • To be a believer in sth: Ngời tin việc gì • To be a bit cracky: (Ngời)Hơi điên, hơi mát, tàng tàng • To be a bit groggy about the legs, to feel groggy: Đi không vững, đi chập chững • To be a burden to sb: Là một gánh nặng cho ngời nào • To be a church-goer: Ngời năng...

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  • 1. I don’t think the television’s likely to blow up at any minute. likehood 2. This car only cost me five hundred pounds. picked 3. Someone paid five thousands pounds for the painting. went 4. We have made neither a profit nor a loss this year.even 5. In 1967 programs began to be transmitted in colours.advent 6. I find Harold’s behavior quite incomprehensible.loss 7. The severity of the punishment bore no relation to the seriousness of the crime.proportion

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