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  • The Oxford handbook of philosophy of the criminal law / edited by John Deigh and David Dolinko.
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  • 1. Criminal law—Philosophy. I. Deigh, John. II. Dolinko, David.
  • III. Title: Handbook of philosophy of the criminal law.
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