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- DescriptionDoes criminal culpability exist in a deterministic world? Many neuroscientists deny this and promote an exclusivly preventive criminal law. Yet, since antiquity philosophers called 'compatibilists' argue for a reconciliation of determinism and culpability and attempt to prove that we are responsible for our decisions and actions even in a pre-determined world, while 'incompatibilists' continue to reject compatability of culpability with determinism. This contribution to the philopshopy of criminal law analyzes the extensive philosophical literature and adapts for a jurisprudential discussion. At the same time, it puts neuroscience in its place, showing that there is such thing as a brain-compatible law. Yet, there is law that is based on established ethics and legal principles.
- Author(s)Boris Brockers
- PublisherNomos Verlagsgesellschaft
- Date of Publication13/03/2015
- SubjectLaw: General & Reference
- Series TitleFundamenta Juridica
- Series Part/Volume Number65
- Country of PublicationGermany
- ImprintNomos Verlagsgesellschaft
- Weight680 g
- Format DetailsSewn,Cloth over boards
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