Philosophia 41 (4):945-958 (2013)

J. Angelo Corlett
San Diego State University
This article seeks to expose some of the implications of certain versions of pacifism for matters of criminal punishment, arguing that the plausibility of these versions of pacifism depend on the extent to which their implicit denials of certain central punishment-related concepts are themselves reasonable
Keywords Capital punishment  Contingent pacifism  Desert  Joel Feinberg  Larry May  Jan Narveson  Pacifism  Proportionate punishment  Punishment  John Rawls  Responsibility
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DOI 10.1007/s11406-013-9468-8
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