A series of six talks by H. L. A. HART
Professor of Jurisprudence In the University of Oxford
6: Dispensing with Responsibility
The most challenging and interesting critics of the law believe that we should eliminate or bypass the question of an individual's responsibility. What does this mean ? How radical would the change be? Are there good reasons for it?
† by .J. P. CORBETT
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Sussex
Mr. Corbett has recently been lecturing in East Germany. Through discussions with his East German colleagues and friends he finds that due to new trends in science, especially physics, they are in the process of rethinking Marxist philosophy and that their forte is their sense of the future.
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