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200 1 ^aPersonal autonomy, the private sphere and the criminal law^e<a >comparative study^fedited by Peter Alldridge, Chrisje Brants
210 ^aOxford^cHart Publishing^d2001
215   ^aXXV, 274 p. ;^d24 cm
330   ^aIntroduction / Peter Alldridge and Chrisje Brants. - 1. Legal moralism or paternalism? Tolerance or indiference? Egalitarian justice and the ethics of equal concern / Koen Raes. - 2. Privacy, autonomy and criminal justice rights: philosiphical preliminares / Paul Roberts. - 3. The public, the private and the significance of payments / Peter Alldridge. - 4. Sovereignty, criminal law and the new european context / Leonard F. M. Besselink. - 5. The state and the nation's bedrooms: the fundamental right of sexual autonomy / Chrisje Brants. - 6. Human rights and the criminalisation of tradition: the practices formerly know as "female circumcision" / Loïs Bibbings. - 7. Denying shoah / Bert Swart. - 8. Criminal legislation in the nineteenth century: the historic of criminal law and non-intervention in the Netherlands / C. M. Pelser. - 9. Consent in dutch criminal law / Constantijn Kelk. - 10. Dangerousness, popular knowledge and the criminal law: a case study of the paedophile as sociocultural phenomenon / Richard Collier. - 11. The fight against sex with children / M. Moerings
606   ^aDireito penal
606   ^aLiberdade sexual
606   ^aConsentimento
606   ^aDireitos do homem
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