OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Will to Punish

ISBN : 9780190888589

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¥5,830
著者: 
Didier Fassin; Christopher Kutz
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176 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
127 x 203 mm
刊行日
2018年06月
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In The Will to Punish, Didier Fassin interrogates the philosophical presuppositions of modern punishment. Through his own fieldwork, history and anthropology, Fassin breaks the conceptual links between crime and punishment, showing that states punish without crime, and that the extent of punishment's focus on marginalized communities means that it lies beyond any rational justification.

目次: 

Contributors
Introduction Christopher Kutz
Section I: The Will to Punish Didier Fassin
Prologue: A Tale of Two Societies
Chapter 1: What Is Punishment?
Chapter 2: Why Does One Punish?
Chapter 3: Who Gets Punished?
Conclusion: Rethinking Punishment
Section II: Comments
Violence, Poverty, Values and the Will to Punish Bruce Western
Ideal Theory and Historical Complexity Rebecca M. McLennan
Representational Struggles and the Will to Punish David W. Garland
Section III: Reply
What Is a Critique of Punishment? Didier Fassin

著者について: 

Didier Fassin is James Wolfensohn Professor of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study and a Director of Studies at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. An anthropologist, sociologist and physician, he has conducted ethnographic research in Senegal, South Africa, Ecuador, and France. Former vice-president of Medecins Sans Frontieres, he is currently President of the French Medical Committee for Exiles. The author of 15 books and the editor of 21 volumes, he has published more than 200 scientific articles. Laureate of an Advanced Grant from the European Research Council, he received the Gold Medal awarded every 3 years to an anthropologist at the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences.

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