Rights, Wrongs, and Responsibilities

Palgrave (2001)
In this wide-ranging investigation of leading issues in contemporary legal and political philosophy, distinguished philosophers and legal theorists tackle issues such as the rights of animals, the role of public-policy considerations in legal reasoning, the appropriateness of compensation as a means of rectifying mishaps and misdeeds, the extent of individuals' responsibility for the consequences of their choices, and the culpability of failed attempts to commit crimes.
Keywords Right and wrong  Responsibility  Law Philosophy
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Call number K258.R545 2001
ISBN(s) 0333963296
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Axel Gosseries (2008). On Future Generations' Future Rights. Journal of Political Philosophy 16 (4):446-474.
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