Essays on Theory and Policy
Edited by Mark D. White
Table of Contents
Introduction: Mark D. White
Part I: Conceptualizing Retributivism
Chapter 1: R.A. Duff, "Retrieving Retribution"
Chapter 2: Michael T. Cahill, "Punishment Pluralism"
Chapter 3: Dan Markel, "What Might Retributive Justice Be? An Argument for the Confrontational Conception of the Retributivism"
Chapter 4: Gerald Gaus, "Retributive Justice and Social Cooperation"
Part II: Philosophical Perspectives on Retributivism
Chapter 5: Jeffrie G. Murphy, "Some Second Thoughts on Retributivism"
Chapter 6: Sarah Holtman, "Kant, Retributivism, and Civic Respect"
Chapter 7: Mark D. White, "Pro Tanto Retributivism: Judgment and the Balance of Principles in Criminal Justice"
Chapter 8: Jane Johnson, "Hegel on Punishment: A More Sophisticated Retributivism"
Part III: Retributivism and Policy
Chapter 9: Mark Tunick, "Entrapment and Retributive Theory"
Chapter 10: Marc DeGirolami, "The Choice of Evils and the Collisions of Theory"
Chapter 11: Richard Lippke, "Retributive Sentencing, Multiple Offenders, and Bulk Discounts"
Chapter 12: Thom Brooks, "Retribution and Capital Punishment"