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Theories of Punishment
Probation and the philosophy of punishment
With the important exception of critiques of rehabilitation, philosophers of punishment do not often have probation as their focus. This (relative) neglect is mutual: when probation policy makers, scholars and practitioners ...
Probation and Human Rights
Human rights are those rights that all people have in virtue of our common humanity. They include liberties and claims, being used in political debate to remind governments both of the limits of their powers over their ...
Censure, Dialogue and Reconciliation
(Hart / Bloomsbury, 2018)
Should there be a right to rehabilitation?
Chapter explores what might be involved in deciding a 'right to rehabilitation'
Three ways of understanding the question ‘Why punish?’ are distinguished. Answers commonly invoke three purposes and justifications – that punishment is the way to reduce offending, that it rights the wrong, and that it ...