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The sanctity of life and the criminal law
Williams, Glanville Llewelyn, 1911-
Criminal law--Philosophy.
Law and ethics.
Criminal law--Great Britain--Philosophy.
Law teachers--England--Biography.
Geographic Coverage
Great Britain
LCC: KD632.W553 S26 2013 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 345.410092 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2012029785
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Table Of Contents
Glanville Llewelyn Williams 1911-1997 : a biographical note / Peter Glazebrook
Glanville's inspiration / George P. Fletcher
Preventive orders and the rule of law / Andrew Ashworth
The specialness of the general part of the criminal law / Michael S. Moore
Four distinctions that Glanville Williams did not make : the practical benefits of examining the interrelation among criminal law doctrines / Paul H. Robinson
Reflections on Dudley and Stephens and killing the innocent : taking a wrong conceptual path / Joshua Dressler
Intention revisited / Antony Duff
A disintegrated theory of culpability / Andrew Simester
Mental disorder and sexual consent: Williams and after / John Stanton-Ife
Sir Michael Foster, Professor Williams and complicity in murder / Sir Roger Toulson
Williams v Kamisar on euthanasia : a classic debate revisited / John Keown
The failure of the defence of necessity as a mechanism of legal change on assisted dying in the common law world / Penney Lewis
The duty to preserve life and its limits in English criminal law / Antje du Bois-Pedain
Professing criminal law / A.T.H. Smith.
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Baker, Dennis J., sanctity of life and the criminal law
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Horder, Jeremy, sanctity of life and the criminal law
Williams, Glanville Llewelyn, 1911- sanctity of life and the criminal law