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From the Publisher"Each essay is written superbly written. Reading them is the opposite of the everyday academic experience. Instead of a struggle to finish, succeeded mercifully by instant amnesia, they can be read quickly-yet one mulls the details for days...The essays are packed with valuable insights and boast an impressive range of reference" —A.P. Simester, University of Cambridge, The Modern Law Review
"The essays in this book invariably challenge and reward the reader each time she returns to them. This is an important volume that collects together what no doubt will be enduring pieces in the philosophy of criminal law." —Kimberley Brownlee, Ethics, 2009
"Without exception, each essay is finely written and distinctive in content." —Robert Sullivan, Law Quarterly Review, 2009
"A remarkably rich, coherent, and thought-provoking set of arguments that will no doubt join Hart's among the classic starting-points for philosophical inquiry about the criminal law"
—Francois Tanguay-Renaud, York University, Toronto, Canada, Res Publica