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International Journal of Law in Context, ISSN 1744-5523, 06/2019, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp. 198 - 218
AbstractIn the context of a technology-driven algorithmic approach to criminal justice, this paper responds to the following three questions: (1) what reasons... 
punishment | algorithmic criminal justice | human rights | technological management | Gewirthian moral theory | false positives | prevention
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10/2008, ISBN 0199545529, Volume 11
This chapter presents a possible personhood theory that shifts the burden of proof away from the entity under consideration. It argues that we ought to... 
Bioethics | Gewirthian agency theory | Personhood theory
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