Does Kant Have a Theory of Punishment

@article{Murphy1987DoesKH,
  title={Does Kant Have a Theory of Punishment},
  author={J. Murphy},
  journal={Columbia Law Review},
  year={1987},
  volume={87},
  pages={31-60}
}
  • J. Murphy
  • Published 1987
  • Psychology
  • Columbia Law Review
No doubt almost everyone would agree, although for different reasons, that any acceptable theory of punishment must make an important place for the values of justice, personal desert, respect for persons, and individual responsibility-it must, in short, make an important place for retributive values. This article pursues in some detail the grounds for the author’s current uneasiness with Kant's writings on crime and punishment. Hopefully, these grounds will raise issues of general interest that… Expand
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