Archive for ‘Law’

08/01/2012

Wojciech Załuski – On the Applicability of Evolutionary Anthropology in Legal and Moral Philosophy

Zapraszamy do zapoznania się z tekstem Wojciecha Załuskiego pt. “On the Applicability of Evolutionary Anthropology in Legal and Moral Philosophy“.

 

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30/12/2011

Office Hours with Walter Sinnott-Armstrong on Neuroscience in the Law

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28/12/2011

Brain Research at Stanford: The Law

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29/11/2011

Dr. Nita Farahany – Law, Behavioral Genetics & Neuroscience

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28/11/2011

O. D. Jones, Behavioral Genetics and Crime, in Context, Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 69, pp. 81-100, 2006.

We warmly invite you to pursue the short review of the paper Behavioral Genetics and Crime, in Context by O. D. Jones

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26/11/2011

B. Brożek, The ontology of law from a biological perspective (draft version)

We warmly invite you to pursue the draft version of the paper The ontology of law from a biological perspective by Bartosz Brożek.

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21/11/2011

B. Garland, Mark S. Frankel, Considering convergence: a policy dialogue about behavioral genetics, neurosciences, and law, 69- SPG LAW & CONTEMP. PROBS. 101

We warmly invite you to pursue the short review of the paper Considering convergence: a policy dialogue about behavioral genetics, neurosciences, and law by B. Garland, M.S. Frankel.

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21/11/2011

Neurobiology of Violence

 

Neurobiology of Violence. Neuroethical and Neurolegal Implications

Adrian Raine

• Richard Perry University Professor
• Departments of Criminology, Psychiatry, and Psychology
• University of Pennsylvania

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21/11/2011

Neuroscience, Neurolaw?

 

A look behind the criminal mind. How are new developments in brain science changing how we regard crime and criminal law?

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11/11/2011

Lori B. Andrews, J.D., Predicting and Punishing Antisocial Acts. How the Criminal Justice System Might Use Behavioral Genetics [in:] R.A. Carson, M.A. Rothstein (ed.), Behavioral Genetics – The Clash of Culture and Biology, The Johns Hopkins University Press 1999, pp. 116-156.

We warmly invite you to pursue the short review of the paper Predicting and punishing antisocial Acts. How the Criminal Justice System Might Use Behavioral Genetics by L. B. Andrews.

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