Character, Liberty and Law: Kantian Essays in Theory and Practice

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Springer Science & Business Media, 31 thg 10, 1998 - 242 trang
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Jeffrie G. Murphy's third collection of essays further pursues the topics of punishment and retribution that were explored in his two previous collections: Retribution, Justice and Therapy and Retribution Reconsidered. Murphy now explores these topics in the light of reflections on issues that are normally associated with religion: forgiveness, mercy, and repentance. He also explores the general issue of theory and practice and discusses a variety of topics in applied ethics - e.g., freedom of artistic expression, the morality of gambling, and the value of forgiveness in psychological counseling. As always, his perspective may be described as Kantian; and, indeed, this collection contains the first extended piece of Kant scholarship that he has done in years: a long essay on Kant on theory and practice.
 

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A BRIEF FAREWELL
1
HUMAN DECENCY AND
31
COGNITIVE AND MORAL OBSTACLES TO IMPUTATION
43
REPENTANCE PUNISHMENT AND MERCY
59
LEGAL MORALISM AND LIBERALISM
89
FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND THE ARTS
119
SOME RUMINATIONS ON WOMEN VIOLENCE
141
INDIAN CASINOS AND THE MORALITY OF GAMBLING
167
SHOULD TENURE SURVIVE?
187
JEAN HAMPTON ON IMMORALITY SELFHATRED
201
INDEX OF NAMES
239
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