A Philosophy of Criminal Attempts by Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov

A Philosophy of Criminal Attempts by Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov
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Overview: An investigation of criminal attempts unearths some of the most fundamental, intriguing and perplexing questions about criminal law and its place in human action. When does attempting begin? What is the relationship between attempting and intending? Do we always attempt the possible and, if so, possible to whom? Does attempting involve action and does action involve attempting? Is my attempt fixed by me or can another perspective reveal what it is? How ‘much’ action is needed for an attempt, how ‘much’ intention is needed and can these matters be decided categorically? Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov’s answers to these questions will interest criminal law theorists
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Law > Criminal Law

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