Criminal Law and Philosophy:1-7 (forthcoming)

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Michael Otsuka
London School of Economics
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In this article, I press a line of objection to Jonathan Quong's moral status account of liability to defensive harm. The claim on which I rest my critique is captured by the article's title: if one can’t lose such a right in these circumstances, one never had it in the first place.
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