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Proprioception, Non-Law, and Biolegal History
(Florida Law Review, 2001)
This Article explores several advantages of incorporating into law various insights from behavioral biology about how and why the brain works as it does. In particular, the Article explores the ways in which those insights ...
Realities of Rape: Of Science and Politics, Causes and Meanings
(Cornell Law Review, 2001)
This review essay discusses the book A Natural History of Rape: Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion, by Randy Thornhill and Craig Palmer (MIT Press, 2000). The essay builds on work previously appearing in Owen D. Jones, ...
Law and Behavioral Biology
(Columbia Law Review, 2005)
Society uses law to encourage people to behave differently than they would behave in the absence of law. This fundamental purpose makes law highly dependent on sound understandings of the multiple causes of human behavior. ...
Law and the Biology of Rape
(Hastings Women's Law Journal, 2000)
This Article serves as a sequel to a previous Article: Sex, Culture, and the Biology of Rape: Toward Explanation and Prevention, 87 Cal. L. Rev. 827 (1999). Part I briefly considers the threshold question: why consider the ...