Free Will in Criminal Law and Procedure: Proceedings of the 23rd and 24th Ivr World Congress Krak W 2007 and Beijing 2009 (Archives for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (Arsp), Supplement No. 120)

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This supplement to the Archives for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (ARSP) covers all of the fundamental aspects of the free will problem, concentrating on questions of criminal and procedural law. In the first section, the concept of free will is analyzed and the deterministic approach of Ronald J. Allen is discussed, as laid out in his essay Miranda's Hollow Core in the Northwestern Law Review. The section is concluded with Professor Allen's reply to his critics. Professor Allen's determinism stands in contrast to ...

Free Will in Criminal Law and Procedure: Proceedings of the 23rd and 24th Ivr World Congress Krak W 2007 and Beijing 2009 (Archives for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (Arsp), Supplement No. 120) 2010, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft

ISBN-13: 9783832954994

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Free Will in Criminal Law and Procedure: Proceedings of the 23rd and 24th IVR World Congress, Krakow 2007and Beijing 2009 2010, Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany

ISBN-13: 9783515093200

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