On Waging War to Punish Wrongdoers

the Problems of Punitive War paper presented to 22 Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Granada Spain May 2005

Bidragets oversatte titel: Om at føre krig for at straffe misdædere: Om problemerne ved at føre punitiv krig, Victoria og Grotius

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    Resumé

    Når man forbereder sig på at dræbe fremmede, som im krig, hjælper det at fremstille oppomemter som misdædere der bør straffes. Grotius angreb - måske forkert - Victoria for at benægte straffekrig og hævdede at selvom der ikke var nogen universel straffelov, så var der en naturlig ret til at straffe misdædere, som Locke senere gentog. Grotius gennemførte en detaljeret analyse af straffebegrebet kombinerende konsekventialistiske og deontologiske argumenter med sin særlige kristendom endende om med en snæver anvendelse af denne naturret. Jeg hævder at dette naturretsbegreb er falsk fordi det fusionerer rollerne som bøddel, dommer, lovgiver og anklager.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelLaw and Justice in a Global Society, IVR 22 World Congress. : Abstracts Special Workshops and Working Groups
    RedaktørerJ.J. Jimenes Sanchez, J. Gil, A. Pena
    Antal sider1
    ForlagInternational Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy
    Publikationsdato2005
    ISBN (Trykt)84-338-3326-X, 9788433833266
    StatusUdgivet - 2005
    BegivenhedLaw and Justice in a Global Society - Granada, Spanien
    Varighed: 24 maj 200529 maj 2005
    Konferencens nummer: 22

    Konference

    KonferenceLaw and Justice in a Global Society
    Nummer22
    LandSpanien
    ByGranada
    Periode24/05/200529/05/2005

    Citer dette

    Jarvad, I. M. (2005). On Waging War to Punish Wrongdoers: the Problems of Punitive War paper presented to 22 Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Granada Spain May 2005. I J. J. Jimenes Sanchez, J. Gil, & A. Pena (red.), Law and Justice in a Global Society, IVR 22 World Congress.: Abstracts Special Workshops and Working Groups International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy.
    Jarvad, Ib Martin. / On Waging War to Punish Wrongdoers : the Problems of Punitive War paper presented to 22 Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Granada Spain May 2005. Law and Justice in a Global Society, IVR 22 World Congress.: Abstracts Special Workshops and Working Groups. red. / J.J. Jimenes Sanchez, ; J. Gil ; A. Pena. International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, 2005.
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    Jarvad, IM 2005, On Waging War to Punish Wrongdoers: the Problems of Punitive War paper presented to 22 Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Granada Spain May 2005. i JJ Jimenes Sanchez, J Gil & A Pena (red), Law and Justice in a Global Society, IVR 22 World Congress.: Abstracts Special Workshops and Working Groups. International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Law and Justice in a Global Society, Granada, Spanien, 24/05/2005.

    On Waging War to Punish Wrongdoers : the Problems of Punitive War paper presented to 22 Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Granada Spain May 2005. / Jarvad, Ib Martin.

    Law and Justice in a Global Society, IVR 22 World Congress.: Abstracts Special Workshops and Working Groups. red. / J.J. Jimenes Sanchez,; J. Gil; A. Pena. International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, 2005.

    Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferenceabstrakt i proceedingsForskning

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