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    Victim and Society: Sharing Wrongs, but in Which Roles? [REVIEW]Claes Lernestedt - 2014 - Criminal Law and Philosophy 8 (1):187-203.
    This paper discusses what kinds of conflicts arise when a crime has been committed, and with whom—and in which of their possible roles—the offender should be seen as having such conflicts. The possible roles of the victim are in focus, as is the constitutive role of the act of criminalizing a certain kind of behavior. It is argued that while in the tort conflict the victim should be seen as a party qua him- or herself in a ‘fuller’ sense (and (...)
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    Criminal Law and Cultural Diversity.Will Kymlicka, Claes Lernestedt & Matt Matravers (eds.) - 2014 - Oxford University Press.
    What place, if any, ought cultural considerations have when we blame and punish in the criminal law? Bringing together political and legal theorists Criminal Law and Cultural Diversity offers original and diverse discussions that go to the heart of both legal and political debates about multiculturalism, human agency, and responsibility.
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    The Ethics of Capital Punishment. A Philosophical Investigation of Evil and Its Consequences, by Matthew H. Kramer. [REVIEW]Claes Lernestedt - 2015 - Mind 124 (493):361-366.
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