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R.A. Duff was educated at the University of Oxford and has taught philosophy at the University of Stirling since 1970. He is the author of Trials and Punishments (1986), Intention, Agency, and Criminal Liability (1990), and Criminal Attempts (OUP 1996), contributing editor of Philosophy and the
Criminal Law: Principle and Critique (1998), and co-editor, with David Garland, of A Reader on Punishment.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Punishment -- Philosophy.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Philosophy.
Sentences (Criminal procedure) -- Philosophy.
Communities -- Philosophy.