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Must Punishment Be Intended to Cause Suffering? = La punition doit-elle avoir l'intention de causer de la souffrance ?WRINGE, Bill.Ethical theory and moral practice. 2013, Vol 16, Num 4, pp 863-877, issn 1386-2820, 15 p.Article

A Compatibilist-Friendly Rejection of PrepunishmentROBINSON, Michael.Philosophia (Ramat Gan). 2010, Vol 38, Num 3, pp 589-594, issn 0048-3893, 6 p.Article

Pacifism and PunishmentCORLETT, J. Angelo.Philosophia (Ramat Gan). 2013, Vol 41, Num 4, pp 945-958, issn 0048-3893, 14 p.Conference Paper

To Kill aThief: Punishment, Proportionality, and Criminal Subjectivity in Locke's Second TreatiseDILTS, Andrew.Political theory. 2012, Vol 40, Num 1, pp 58-83, issn 0090-5917, 26 p.Article

Consent and the legitimacy of punishment : Response to brettschneiderLOVETT, Frank.Political theory. 2007, Vol 35, Num 6, pp 806-815, issn 0090-5917, 10 p.Article

Executing the innocent and support for capital punishment: Implications for public policy. Commentary = Exécution d'un innocent et soutien à la peine capitale : implications pour les politiques publiques. CommentaireUNNEVER, James D; CULLEN, Francis T; BARKAN, Steven E et al.Criminology & public policy. 2005, Vol 4, Num 1, pp 3-54, issn 1538-6473, 52 p.Article

Fingarette and Johnson on Retributive PunishmentSTEPHENSON, W.Journal of value inquiry. 1990, Vol 24, Num 3, pp 227-233, issn 0022-5363Article

Some Thoughts about RetributivismDOLINKO, D.Ethics. 1991, Vol 101, Num 3, pp 537-559, issn 0014-1704Article

Davis and the Unfair-Advantage Theory of Punishment : A CritiqueSCHEID, D. E.Philosophical Topics. 1990, Vol 18, Num 1, pp 143-170, issn 0038-481XArticle

'What Shall We Do with the Sabbath-Gatherer?' A Narrative Approach to a 'Hard Case' in Biblical Law (Numbers 15:32-36)BURNSIDE, Jonathan.Vetus Testamentum. 2010, Vol 60, Num 1, pp 45-62, issn 0042-4935, 18 p.Article

Corporal punishment: the brutal face of Botswana's authoritarian schools = Châtiment corporel : le mauvais côté des écoles du BotswanaTAFA, Elmon M.Educational review (Birmingham). 2002, Vol 54, Num 1, pp 17-26, issn 0013-1911Article

« Already Punished Enough »HUSAK, D. N.Philosophical Topics. 1990, Vol 18, Num 1, pp 79-99, issn 0038-481XArticle

Qui aime bien... ne châtie pas ! = Don't spare the rod and don't spoil the child!ANBARASAN, E.Le Courrier de l'Unesco. 1999, Num DEC, pp 14-16, issn 0304-3118Article

Acetaldehyde Oral Self-Administration: Evidence from the Operant-Confiict ParadigmCACACE, Silvana; PLESCIA, Fulvio; BARBERI, Ignazio et al.Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research. 2012, Vol 36, Num 7, pp 1278-1287, issn 0145-6008, 10 p.Article

A rapid punishment procedure for detection of anxiolytic compounds in miceWITKIN, Jeffrey M; MORROW, Denise; XIA LI et al.Psychopharmacologia. 2004, Vol 172, Num 1, pp 52-57, issn 0033-3158, 6 p.Article

Harmful transgressions qua moral transgressions: A deflationary viewSOUSA, Paulo; PIAZZA, Jared.Thinking & reasoning. 2014, Vol 20, Num 1, pp 99-128, issn 1354-6783, 30 p.Article

Impact of reward and punishment motivation on behavior monitoring as indexed by the error-related negativityPOTTS, Geoffrey F.International journal of psychophysiology. 2011, Vol 81, Num 3, pp 324-331, issn 0167-8760, 8 p.Article

Homo Homini Lupus? Explaining Antisocial PunishmentSYLWESTER, Karolina; HERRMANN, Benedikt; BRYSON, Joanna J et al.Journal of neuroscience, psychology, and economics. 2013, Vol 6, Num 3, pp 167-188, issn 1937-321X, 22 p.Article

Why unreal punishments in response to unreal crimes might actually be a really good thingJOHANSSON, Marcus.Ethics and information technology. 2009, Vol 11, Num 1, pp 71-79, issn 1388-1957, 9 p.Article

Narcissism and punitiveness in a non-ego-threatening conditionNG, Henry K. S; TAM, Kim-Pong; SHU, Tse-Mei et al.Personality and individual differences. 2013, Vol 54, Num 3, pp 442-446, issn 0191-8869, 5 p.Article

The Expressivist Account of Punishment, Retribution, and the EmotionsKÖNIGS, Peter.Ethical theory and moral practice. 2013, Vol 16, Num 5, pp 1029-1047, issn 1386-2820, 19 p.Article

Time and PunishmentNEW, C.Analysis (Oxford). 1992, Vol 52, Num 1, pp 35-40, issn 0003-2638Article

Collective Agents and Communicative Theories of PunishmentWRINGE, Bill.Journal of social philosophy. 2012, Vol 43, Num 4, pp 436-456, issn 0047-2786, 21 p.Article

Treatment and Rehabilitation as a Mode of PunishementMARTIN, R.Philosophical Topics. 1990, Vol 18, Num 1, pp 101-122, issn 0038-481XArticle

On pain of death : Forensic psychiatry and capital punishmentAKINKUNMI, Akintunde A; CARUSO, Keith A.The Journal of forensic psychiatry & psychology (Print). 2008, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 127-136, issn 1478-9949, 10 p.Article

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