- Title Pages
- 1 Can Twenty-first Century Punishment Policies Be Justified in Principle?
- 2 Is Twenty-first Century Punishment Post-desert?
- 3 What Does Wrongdoing Deserve?
- 4 Responsibility, Restoration, and Retribution
- 5 Punishment and Desert-adjusted Utilitarianism
- 6 The Future of State Punishment
- 7 A Political Theory of Imprisonment for Public Protection
- 8 Terror as a Theory of Punishment
- 9 Can Above-desert Penalties Be Justified by Competing Deontological Theories?
- 10 Never Mind the Pain, It’s a Measure! Justifying Measures as Part of the Dutch Bifurcated System of Sanctions
- 11 Retributivism, Proportionality, and the Challenge of the Drug Court Movement
- 12 Drug Treatment Courts as Communicative Punishment
- 13 Punishment Futures
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