"This well-presented collection of seventeen essays on his work both develops existing arguments and explores fresh avenues for future discussion. It should interest all those with an interest in the theory and doctrine of the criminal law, and in criminal justice more generally."
--Findlay Stark, The Edunburgh Law Review
About the Author
is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Stirling. His recent work has appeared in Law & Philosophy
, The Philosophical Quarterly
, and related journals.Matthew H. Kramer
is Professor of Legal & Political Philosophy at the University of Cambridge; Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge; and Director of the Cambridge Forum for Legal & Political Philosophy. Among his many books, the most recently published is The Death Penalty Redux: A Philosophical Investigation
(OUP, 2011).Mark R. Reiff
is a Senior Lecturer in Legal and Political Philosophy at the University of Manchester School of Law. He is the author of various papers on topics within legal, political, and moral philosophy, and before becoming an academic, spent many years as a practicing lawyer. During the 2008-09 academic year, Dr Reiff was a Visiting Faculty Fellow at the Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University. His second book, Exploitation and Economic Justice in the Liberal Capitalist State
, the product of that fellowship, is forthcoming.