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Rethinking Criminal Law Theory: New Canadian Perspectives in the Philosophy of Domestic, Transnational, and International Criminal Law Hardcover – Jan 10 2012

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...the individual chapters in the collection have all the characteristics one could ask for: they are well informed, well written, intellectually engaging and contribute to our understanding of criminal law. I recommend the book to everyone that takes an interest in criminal law and criminal law theory (and philosophy!). Jorn Jacobsen Jurisprudence Volume 5, Issue 1 ...this collection covers a wide range of subject matters [and] I hope [that it] has a wide circulation. Mark Thornton The Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence Volume XXVI, no. 1 Canada is renowned for producing exceptionally mature criminal law scholarship. This collection of 15 essays - emerging from a conference held in Osgoode Hall Law School in September 2010 - demonstrates why this reputation is deserved. The contributions in this book, which are consistently of the highest quality, cover an expansive range of subjects. There is something here for all those (whether Canadian or not) interested in substantive criminal law (including international criminal law(ICL)), criminal law theory, and criminal procedure and evidence. Findlay Stark The Edinburgh Law Review Volume 16, 2012

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François Tanguay-Renaud is Assistant Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School, and a member of the Graduate Faculty of the Department of Philosophy at York University, Toronto. James Stribopoulos is an Associate Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto.

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