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Realism, Punishment & Reform
(Chicago Law Review, 2010)
Professors Donald Braman, Dan Kahan, and David Hoffman, in their article "Some Realism About Punishment Naturalism," to be published in an upcoming issue of the University of Chicago Law Review, critique a series of our ...
The Origins of Shared Intuitions of Justice
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2007)
Contrary to the common wisdom among criminal law scholars, empirical evidence reveals that people's intuitions of justice are often specific, nuanced, and widely shared. Indeed, with regard to the core harms and evils to ...
Intuitions of Punishment
(University of Chicago Law Review, 2010)
Recent work reveals, contrary to wide-spread assumptions, remarkably high levels of agreement about how to rank order, by blameworthiness, wrongs that involve physical harms, takings of property, or deception in exchanges. ...