Self, Others and the State

Relations of Criminal Responsibility

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An original analysis and in-depth historical examination of criminal responsibility in the context of Australian criminal law.

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Introduction; Part I. Rethinking Criminal Responsibility: 1. Space and time in criminal responsibility; 2. The significance of criminal responsibility; Part II. Responsibility in Criminal Law: 3. Modernisation of form and process: criminal responsibility at the turn of the twentieth century; 4. The 'birth' of Australian criminal law: the role of criminal responsibility in the mid-century; 5. Peak responsibility?: Codifying criminal responsibility in the late twentieth century; Part III. Criminal Responsibility in Relation: 6. Self; 7. Others; 8. State; Conclusion.

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Arlie Loughnan is Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Law Theory at the University of Sydney, and Co-Director of the Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney. She is the author of Manifest Madness: Mental Incapacity in Criminal Law (2012).