Disuasión y Castogo desde una Perspectiva Lockeana

Revista de Ciencia Politica 31 (1) (2011)
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This article formulates a deterrence theory of punishment based on Lockean premises. Following authors such as Warren Quinn and Daniel Farrell, it is claimed that a justification for the right to punish must be built upon the recognition of the importance of a right to issue retaliatory threats. Contrary to those authors, however, the articulation of such recognition is made within a Lockean theory of individual rights. This allows us to appreciate the specific role deterrence has in a plausible conception of punishment, and thus address certain objections that have been formulated recently, especially by David Boonin.

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The limits of morality.Shelly Kagan - 1989 - New York: Oxford University Press.
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