Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -242) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
part INTRODUCTION chapter 1 The Problem of Oblique Intention in the Criminal Law part PART ONE chapter 2 Intention and Degrees of Blameworthiness - An Introductory Discussion chapter 3 The Doctrine of the Double Effect chapter 4 Possible Implications of the Debate about the Doctrine of the Double Effect for the Issue of Degrees of Blameworthiness in the Criminal Law chapter 5 A Common Denominator between Direct and Oblique Intention chapter 6 Degrees of Probability chapter 7 Reconsidering the Idea of Grading Offences Based on the Distinction between Intention and Recklessness chapter 8 Grading Offences by Using a Moral Formula chapter 9 An Alternative Justification for Grading Offences Based on the Distinction between Intention and Recklessness chapter 10 Conclusions part PART TWO chapter 11 A Possible Justification for Enacting Basic Crimes of Intention: The Threshold of Culpability Requirement chapter 12 A Requirement of a High Degree of Culpability for Offences Enacted for Retribution Purposes chapter 13 Conclusions.