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COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969 WARNING This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of University of Queensland pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (the Act). The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act. Do not remove this notice Course of Study: (PHIL2850) Crime & Punishment: Issues in Legal Justice Title of work: Punishment and rehabilitation. (1973) Section: The myth of mental illness. pp. 186--197 Author/editor of work: T. S Szasz Author of section: T. S Szasz Name of Publisher: Wadsworth Pub. Co. 1111111ISII1�11:111I l"llll IH:Hllllll.IIllillHI edited by JE FFRIE G. MURPHY University of Arizona Wadsworth Publishing Company I nc. Belmont California Design: Cover: Gary A. Head Russ K. Leong Production supervised by: Beverly A. Johnson than in the area of criminal law. In spite of the reasoned warnings of some writers we are greeted by a continuous stream of books and articles from psychia­ trists and psychoanalysts (and their judicial followers) with one connon theme: Criminal pun�shment is an unscien­ tific survival of barbarism and must be replaced by a sys­ tem of individual and social therapy. 1 To believe other­ wise is to be unscientific and (if the distinction is rec­ ognized) innoral. Reprinted with permission of the publisher from Law and So­ aiety Review Volume 4 Number 1 August 1969. 1Standard sources for such a view are Alexander and Staub (1956) and Abrahamsen (1960). This theme is also to be found throughout most of the books produced by winners of the Isaac Ray Award. The most detailed and persuasive case against this position has been made by Szasz (1963). See also Wertham (1955). [...]

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This essay needs to be done in 12 hours. I have written some of it and have most of the necessary references. The essay needs to reflect a unique logic based on the utilitarian approach to justice

Subject Area: Philosophy

Document Type: Thesis Statement

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