Rights, Wrongs, and Responsibilities
Matthew H. Kramer (ed.)
|Abstract||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|
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