The Grammar of Criminal Law
Volume Two: International Criminal Law
George P. Fletcher
ISBN: 9780190903572 (Hardcover)
Publicado: 30 October 2019
To understand the international legal order in the field of criminal law, we need to ask three elementary questions. What is international law? What is criminal law? And what happens to these two fields when they are joined together?
Volume Two of The Grammar of Criminal Law sets out to answer these questions through a series of twelve dichotomies – such as law vs. justice, intention vs. negligence, and causation vs. background events – that invite the reader to better understand the jurisprudential foundations of international criminal law. The book will appeal to anyone interested in the future of international cooperation in a time of national retrenchment, and will be of interest to students, scholars, and policymakers around the world.
Introduction: International Criminal Law-Basic Concepts
Chapter 1. Substance and Procedure
Chapter 2. Punishment vs. Tort Liability
Chapter 3. Subject vs. Object
Chapter 4. Causation vs. Background Events
Chapter 5. Victims and Offenders
Chapter 6. Offenses and Defenses
Chapter 7. Intention vs. Negligence
Chapter 8. Harming vs. Trying: Offenses and Attempts
Chapter 9. The Law of War and Its Many Distinctions
Chapter 10. Accidents vs. Mistakes
Chapter 11. Perpetration and Complicity: Unity and Divergence
Chapter 12. Law vs. Justice
George P. Fletcher is the Cardozo Professor of Jurisprudence at Columbia Law School.
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