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Type: Book (edited)
Title: Intention in law and philosophy / N. Naffine, R. Owens, J. Williams (eds.)
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Limited
Issue Date: 2001
ISBN: 0754621715
Editor: Naffine, N.
Owens, R.
Williams, J.
Contents: 1. The intention project / Ngaire Naffine, Rosemary Owens, John Williams -- Pt I: The philosophy of intention. 2. How decision theory illuminates assignments of moral responsibility / Frank Jackson -- 3. Irresistible impulse / Michael Smith -- 4. Intention and agency / Grant Gillett -- Pt II: Intention and individual responsibility. Crimes. 5. Negotiating intentions in trials of guilt and punishment / Ian D. Leader-Elliott -- 6. Intention in the law of murder / Anthony Mason -- Torts. 7. Mens rea in tort law / Peter Cane -- 8. Tales of intention: storytelling and the rhetoricity of judgment / Sandra Berns -- Contracts. 9. Intention: meaning in relation / Michael J. Detmold -- 10. Intention to contract: public act or private sentiment? / Margaret Thornton -- Pt III: Intention and the collective. Intention in groups. 11. Collective intentions / Philip Pettit -- 12. Bad faith and bad intentions in corporate law / Suzanne Corcoran -- Intention in legal text. 13. Postulated authors and hypothetical intentions / Natalie Stoljar -- 14. Legislative intent and democratic decisionmaking / Tom Campbell -- 15. Constitutional intention: the limits of originalism / John Williams -- Pt IV: Beyond intention? 16. Intention versus reactive fault / John Braithwaite.
Subject: Intention.
Law Philosophy.
Criminal intent.
RMID: RQF0000047
Appears in Collections:Law publications

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