Intention and Culpability

Dissertation, Oxford (1997)

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Jacqueline A. Laing
Oxford University (DPhil)
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A thesis that aims to demonstrate that intention is an ineradicable feature of the criminal law, both structuring the special part while remaining essential to the general. We cannot without interfering with the natural logic of the criminal law eliminate the concept of intention.
Keywords Intention  Criminal Law  Action theory  Philosophy of Mind  Philosophy of action  Philosophy of Law
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