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Toward a universal theory of criminal law: rethinking the comparative and international project.(SYMPOSIUM)(Critical essay): An article from: Criminal Justice Ethics [HTML] [Digital]

by Simon Bronitt

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There is no theory that is not a fragment, carefully prepared, of some autobiography.

--Paul Valery (1)

Introduction: Developing an International Grammar for Criminal Law

Theorizing, as Paul Valery observed, is a profoundly autobiographical exercise shaped over the course of a personal and professional life's journey. A close reading of the preface to The Grammar of Criminal Law: American, Comparative, and International reveals the cosmopolitan scholarly influences on George Fletcher and their role in refining his "concept of criminal law." (2) Those influences span a vast terrain. In Fletcher's peripatetic intellectual life, comparative and international law have loomed large and German criminal law theory has always occupied a central place. One of the three central theses of...

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