Provocation and Responsibility

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Abbreviations

REPORTS, ETC.
AC Appeal Cases
ALJ Australian Law Journal
ALJR Australian Law Journal Reports
All ER All England Reports
BJ Crim. British Journal of Criminology
C Chancery (PRO)
CC Crown Cases
C. & K. Carrington and Kirwan
C. & M. Russell, Crimes and Misdemeanours ( 1st edn., 1819)
C. & P. Carrington and Payne
Co. Rep. Coke's Reports ( 1605-15; edn. of J. Thomas and J. Fraser 1826)
Cox CC Cox's Criminal Cases
Cr. App. Rep. Criminal Appeal Reports
Cr. App. Rep. (s.) Criminal Appeal Reports (sentencing)
Crim. LR Criminal Law Review
Cro. Car. Reports of Croke in the reign of Charles
Cro. Eliz. Reports of Croke in the reign of Elizabeth
Cro. Jac. Reports of Croke in the reign of James
Fost. Foster's Reports
Harv. LR Harvard Law Review
J. Crim. L. Journal of Criminal Law
JUST Justices Itinerant (PRO)
KB King's Bench
Kel. Kelyng
Ld. Raym. Lord Raymond
Lew. Lewin
LQR Law Quarterly Review
LT Law Times
Mich. LR Michigan Law Review
MLR Modern Law Review
NLJ New Law Journal
NZLR New Zealand Law Reports
OJLS Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
Plowd. Comm. Plowden's Commentaries
QB Queen's Bench
R. & R. Russell and Ryan

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • General Editor's Introduction vi
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Table of Statutes xiii
  • Table of Cases xiv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- The Early Centuries Of Development 5
  • 2- The Seventeenth Century 23
  • 3- Honour, Anger, and Virtue 43
  • 4- Anger as Outrage 59
  • 5- The Rise of Loss Of Self-Control 72
  • 6- Justifying Mitigation Morally 111
  • 8- Excusing Action in Anger 156
  • 9- Anger, Mitigation, and Gender 186
  • References 199
  • Index 205
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