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Thomas A. Nadelhoffer (Ph.D.) is an Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at the College of Charleston. He specializes in the philosophy of mind and action, moral psychology, and the philosophy of law-which were the focus of his research during his time as a post-doctoral fellow with the MacArthur Foundation Law and Neuroscience Project. He also recently co-edited Moral Psychology: Historical and Contemporary Readings (Wiley-Blackwell 2010) with Eddy Nahmias and Shaun Nichols.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Thomas A. Nadelhoffer
1. Desert and the Justification of Punishment, John Martin Fischer
2. Brute Retributivism, Shaun Nichols
Incompatibilism and Retributivism
3. Free Will Skepticism and Criminal Punishmen, Derk Pereboom
4. Why Do We Resist Hard Incompatibilism? Thoughts on Freedom and Punishment, Michael Corrado
Compatibilism and Retributivism
5. Criminal Common Law Compatibilism, Stephen Morse
6. Neuroscience, Normativity, and Retributivism, Pardo & Patterson
7. Cognitive Neuroscience, Moral Responsibility, and Punishment, Nancey Murphy
Punishment and Folk Intuitions
8. Free Will, Science, and Punishment, Alfred Mele
9. The Mind, the Brain, and the Law, Nadelhoffer et al
10. Moralistic Punishment as a Crude Social Insurance Plan, Aharoni & Fridlund
The Scope of Justified Punishment
11. Punishing the Addict: Reflections on Gene Heyman, Neil Levy
12. Free Will, Responsibility, and the Punishment of Criminals, Focquaert et al