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Wrongs and Crime

Posted on 22/03/2016

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On 19 February 2016, the Yeoh Tiong Lay Centre for Politics, Philosophy & Law held a symposium on 'Wrongs and Crimes', the new manuscript of Professor Victor Tadros, which deals with the question of who the state should employ the criminal law to respond to wrongdoing.

The symposium was chaired by Dr. Massimo Renzo. Professor Tadros offered an outline of the main themes of the book, which were then discussed by four leading moral and political philosophers: Dr. Maria Alvarez (King's College London Philosophy), Professor Richard Holton (Cambridge), Professor David Owens (King's College London Philosophy), and Dr Laura Valentini (LSE). Professor Tadror offered a short reply to each of the four comments, followed by a general discussion with questions from the audience.

The podcast of the entire session can be accessed on The Dickson Poon School of Law soundcloud account below.

 

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