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On crimes as acts
On philosophies of criminal law
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According acted otherwise action theory Alimena Anglo-Saxon law argued basic behaviour bodily movement causal civil law coercive circumstance committed a crime concept of accountability concept of crime considered contract theory crim crime prevention determined deterrability drive Durham rule exempt from punishment exempted from penal explanation external forensic psychiatry general-preventive goal H.L.A. Hart idea important inal law individual-preventive insane insanity defence instance institution of punishment intention Jareborg legal capacity M'Naghten rules matter ment mental aberration mental disease mentally abnormal non-accountable normally offender's old Criminal Code Olof Kinberg paranoiac penal law penal responsibility penal sanction perpetrator person philosophy of criminal philosophy of law pistol-threat point of view positive school presupposes psychopathy punishable act realisation reason regarded retributiv sense social responsibility society Stockholm subjective prerequisites sufficient condition Swedish criminal law Swedish Penal Code theory of accountability theory of criminal theory of retribution tion translation unlawful act value theory