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Criminal Law and Philosophy, ISSN 1871-9791, 6/2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp. 137 - 162
Criminal law commonly requires judges and juries to decide whether defendants acted “reasonably... 
Philosophy of Law | Ethics | Individualization | Law | Reasonable person | Negligence | Law Theory/Law Philosophy | Provocation | Blame | Criminal Law | Philosophy | Criminal law | Criminal justice
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Criminal Law and Philosophy, ISSN 1871-9791, 6/2019, Volume 13, Issue 2, pp. 247 - 269
Drawing on recent research in the philosophy of the emotions and empirical evidence from social psychology, this paper argues that the concept of loss of self-control at common law mischaracterises... 
Philosophy of Law | Ethics | Law | Criminal defences | Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law | Provocation | Theories of Law, Philosophy of Law, Legal History | Loss of self-control | Emotions | Self control
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1992, Oxford monographs on criminal law and justice, ISBN 0198256965, xvi, 208
This book draws on historical and philosophical sources not normally linked in analysis of the criminal law, to provide a detailed study of the effect of provocation on culpability in morality and law... 
Criminal liability | Provocation (Criminal law) | criminal law
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Criminal Law and Philosophy, ISSN 1871-9791, 3/2019, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 165 - 185
...Criminal Law, Philosophy (2019) 13:165–185 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11572-018-9464-y ORIGINAL PAPER Provocateurs and Their Rights to Self-Defence Lisa Hecht 1... 
Philosophy of Law | Ethics | Self-defence | Law | Rights forfeiture | Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law | Provocation | Theories of Law, Philosophy of Law, Legal History | Actio libera in causa | Criminal law | Self defense | Civil rights
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University of Western Australia law review, ISSN 0042-0328, 07/2019, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 249 - 273
This article revisits the formulation of the 'ordinary person' test, the long-established normative test in criminal law in Australia... 
STATUTORY INTERPRETATION | DEFENCES | Provocation (Criminal law) | Law | Duress (Law) | PROVOCATION | Actions and defenses | Interpretation and construction | DURESS | JURISPRUDENCE | CRIMINAL LAW | Criminal law | Normativity (Ethics) | Laws, regulations and rules | Analysis | Reasonable man doctrine
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University of Western Sydney law review, ISSN 1446-9294, 2010, Volume 14, Issue 14, pp. 1 - 44
Inconsistencies in the defence of provocation across Australian jurisdictions - defence of provocation is flawed and gender biased - need to reverse the onus... 
SENTENCING | DEFENCES | PROVOCATION | CRIMINAL LAW | Defense (Criminal procedure) | Provocation (Criminal law) | Life imprisonment | Murder | Laws, regulations and rules
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Cambridge law journal, ISSN 0008-1973, 07/2015, Volume 74, Issue 2, pp. 307 - 328
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The Journal of Criminal Law, ISSN 0022-0183, 12/2013, Volume 77, Issue 6, pp. 512 - 542
The New South Wales Legislative Council Select Committee published its report on the partial defence of provocation in April 2013. The Committee's... 
Defense (Criminal procedure) | Provocation (Criminal law) | Laws, regulations and rules | Extenuating circumstances
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Journal of Criminal Law, ISSN 0022-0183, 08/2013, Volume 77, Issue 4, p. 292
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Journal of law and society, ISSN 0263-323X, 6/2013, Volume 40, Issue 2, pp. 280 - 305
.... This sought to overcome problems associated with the provocaton defence and the gendered operation of the law of homicide, particularly in relation to male-perpetrated intimate homicides... 
RAPE LAW REFORM | LAW | JUSTICE | SOCIOLOGY | Defense (Criminal procedure) | Provocation (Criminal law) | Self-control | Laws, regulations and rules | Analysis | Criminal law | Murders & murder attempts | Criminal justice | United Kingdom
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Melbourne University Law Review, ISSN 0025-8938, 2017, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp. 769 - 815
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Legal Studies, ISSN 0261-3875, 09/2013, Volume 33, Issue 3, pp. 407 - 430
For over 300 years, criminal courts have regarded sexual infidelity as sufficiently grave provocation as to provide a warrant, indeed a ‘moral warrant... 
SHAKESPEARE | TITUS-ANDRONICUS | LAW | Laws, regulations and rules | Provocation (Criminal law) | Wounding | Homicide | Crime | Manslaughter | Adultery | Mist | Murder
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Adelaide law review, ISSN 0065-1915, 2018, Volume 39, Issue 1, pp. 159 - 201
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Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, ISSN 0029-3105, 06/2014, Volume 65, Issue 2, p. 187
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The American University journal of gender, social policy & the law, ISSN 1557-3753, 01/2017, Volume 25, Issue 1, p. 1
....34 Mandatory sentencing and unenlightened self-defense laws continue to make revising or abolishing provocation undesirable... 
Self-defense (Law) | Provocation (Criminal law) | Family violence | Homicide | Laws, regulations and rules | Manslaughter | Domestic violence | Murders & murder attempts | Criminal law
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