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Class Notes for CRM 1301 at University of Ottawa (UOTTAWA)

UOTTAWACRM 1301Prashan RanasingheWinter

CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Theft, Intentionality, Asceticism

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CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: John Stuart Mill, Rationality

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The notion of liberty as a concept and as a right is only meaningful if and when it is tied to rationality and reason. This does not come out of natura
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UOTTAWACRM 1301Prashan RanasingheWinter

CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Scientific Method, Geopolitics, Wield

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Thomas hobbes: the state of nature and the basis of society. Thomas hobbes was writing in the 1650s during the period of time where the three ways that
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CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cesare Lombroso, Positive Criminology, Physiognomy

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Positive criminology comes out of the mid-1800s to 1940. It was, at that time, the way to respond to crime, but was then put away for 40 years. For the
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UOTTAWACRM 1301Prashan RanasingheFall

CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cesare Beccaria, Justice Society Of America, Natural Justice

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*classicalcriminology but at this time there is no such thing as criminology (1764) Classical - intelligence and rationality are fundamental, everyone
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CRM 1301 Lecture 2: Lect. 2 - John Locke

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Locke is considered the founder of modern day liberalism. He is writing roughly 40 years after hobbes, but he wrote in england as well. During both hob
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UOTTAWACRM 1301Prashan RanasingheWinter

CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Social Contract, Natural Justice

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During the time that beccaria was writing criminology still did not exist completely. Faith and religion were less of an importance to people while sci
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UOTTAWACRM 1301Christine GervaisWinter

CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: The Magdalene Sisters, Penal Labour, Elizabeth Fry

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2 Mar 2016
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This is where the prisoner was held till they had to go to their punishment. They were held there until they were slaved. Often people died before hand
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CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Law Society

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14 Nov 2018
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Thomas hobbes: the state of nature and the basis of society. All written in the leviathan: the form (or means) by which we come to know, state of natur
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UOTTAWACRM 1301Christine GervaisWinter

CRM 1301 Lecture #1.docx

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UOTTAWACRM 1301Prashan RanasingheFall

CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: John Stuart Mill, Natural Person, Harm Principle

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30 Mar 2016
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Doesn"t happen in law, punishment but with the opinion that the people hold. Preference: an opinion on a point or conduct, not supported by reasons. Wh
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UOTTAWACRM 1301Prashan RanasingheFall

CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Natural Justice, Social Contract, Deterrence Theory

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31 Mar 2016
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*beccaria is crucial to classical and posiivist criminology. Social contract theory (important for beccaria and criminology): the view that persons" mo
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