The essay, after analyzing the classical abolitionist and non-abolitionist positions of death penalty, introduces a new model of legal and moral evaluation of that punishment. This model focuses on a fundamental historical datum that highlights the ever increasing de facto abolition of the death penalty in the world.

Don't Kill Cain: Towards a Theory of Mesofacts and Punishments

INCAMPO, Antonio
2015

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The essay, after analyzing the classical abolitionist and non-abolitionist positions of death penalty, introduces a new model of legal and moral evaluation of that punishment. This model focuses on a fundamental historical datum that highlights the ever increasing de facto abolition of the death penalty in the world.
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