Six talks by H. L. A. HART
Professor of Jurisprudence in the University of Oxford 2: Punishment and Responsibility
In the last resort some theory of punishment lies behind the legal doctrine that a man is not guilty of a crime unless he had a guilty mind. In this talk Professor Hart considers the explanation of this doctrine offered by utilitarian and retributivist theories and the criticism of the great American judge 0. W. Holmes whose doctrine of objective liability was endorsed by the House of Lords. Next talk, Intention: Oct. 13
by Mary Warnock, Fellow of St. Hugh's College, Oxford
Mrs. Warnock analyses and criticises the doctrine of Jean-Paul Sartre that emotion may be called the sudden fall of consciousness into magic, and his further belief that this lapse into magic is purposeful. Thus, according to Sartre, emotion is a voluntary method of evading choice and abandoning responsibility.
THE PROMETHEUS ENSEMBLE William Bennett (flute) Sidney Sutcliffe (oboe)
Bernard Walton (clarinet) Gwydion Brooke (bassoon) Alan Civil (horn)
Philip Jones (trumpet)
Alfred Flaszynski (trombond Max Salpeter (violin)
Trevor Williams (violin) Kenneth Essex (viola) Raymond Clark (cello) conducted by THE COMPOSER Second broadcast
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