Hart Pub. (2002)
|Abstract||Informed by this premise the book explores some of the key questions in criminal theory, addressing first the ethics of criminalisation and punishment.|
|Keywords||Criminal law Philosophy|
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|Call number||K5018.W55 2002|
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