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In insanity defense litigation, the precise legal definition of wrongfulness is often critically important. References in the M'Naghten Rules to the appropriate standard of wrongfulness were ambiguous, resulting in a divergence of judicial opinion as to whether wrongfulness means legal wrong, subjective moral wrong, or objective moral wrong. This article(More)
In this paper the authors examine the relationship between insight and control in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in an effort to better understand the concept of volitional control of behavior especially as it relates to changes in the insanity defense that were recommended by the American Psychiatric Association (APA), specifically that(More)
To the Editors — Sanchez et al. 1 provide a viable technological roadmap for using biomass energy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) in the western United States 1. However, they oversimplify emissions accounting by assuming a zero or negative carbon emissions factor. Accounting for total lifecycle emissions is perhaps the greatest challenge in(More)
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