- Title Pages
- General Editor’s Introduction
- Table of Cases
- Part I Problems in the Law of Attempts
- 1 The Fault Element in Attempts
- 2 The Conduct Element in Attempts
- 3 ‘Impossible Attempts’
- 4 Punishing Attempts
- 5 Why Have a Law of Attempts?
- Part II ‘Subjectivism’ and ‘Objectivism’
- 6 Subjectivism I: Culpability and Choice
- 7 Subjectivism II: Character and Action
- 8 Objectivist Themes and Variations
- Part III Action, Chance, and Culpability
- 9 Action, Basic Action, and the ‘Act Requirement’
- 10 Acting, Willing, and Trying
- 11 Action, Intention, and Responsibility
- 12 Chance, Control, and Culpability
- 13 Towards an Objectivist Law of Attempts
- Criminal Attempts
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