- Title Pages
- List of Editors and Contributors
- 1 Antony Duff and the Philosophy of Punishment
- 2 Repentance, Mercy, and Communicative Punishment
- 3 Where is the Love? The Topography of Mercy<sup>*</sup>
- 4 The Offender's Part in the Dialogue
- 5 Duff on Hard Treatment
- 6 Relations of Responsibility
- 7 The Triadic Relational Structure of Responsibility: A Defence
- 8 Literature, Genocide, and the Philosophy of International Law
- 9 Beyond the Justification/Excuse Dichotomy
- 10 The Criminal Law's Ambivalence About Outcomes
- 11 Obligations and Outcomes
- 12 Is Intent Constitutive of Wrongdoing?
- 13 Duff on Attempts
- 14 Criminalizing Failure to Rescue: A Matter of ‘Solidarity’ or Altruism?
- 15 Public Wrongs and the ‘Criminal Law's Business’: When Victims Won't Share
- 16 Disgust, Respect, and the Criminalization of Offence
- 17 Community, Culture, and Criminalization
- 18 The Culpability of Negligence
- 19 In Response
- Crime, Punishment, and Responsibility
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