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» Volokh and Cruelty from Kieran Healy's Weblog
Eugene Volokh’s thirst for blood has already provoked a fair bit of reaction, and rightly so. Volokh says I particularly... [Read More]

» Against torment as punishment from Mark A. R. Kleiman
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» Volokh does the unforgiveable from Mark A. R. Kleiman
I suppose that Eugene Volokh might eventually have been forgiven in Blogland for his lapse of judgment in endorsing extreme penalties in extreme cases. At least, I would have hoped so. But he has now gone beyond bad judgment, or... [Read More]

» The continuing debate on torture and retribution from bennellibrothers.com
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