The essay tries to capture some meanings, drawn from the cultural as well as religious history, of the concept of "hell", as viewed from the criminal justice perspective and taking account of the experience of the Shoah and of the crimes against humanity. "Infernal" experiences are deemed those where people are treated as passive recipient of decisions which are relevant for them. Justice theories based on the distributive paradigma (unicuique suum) are then confronted with most advanced, "inclusive" concepts. Such concepts stem from the idea of recognition and empowerment, i.e. from the need of some kind of active involvement in the public distributive processes (including the distribution of punishments) of all subjects interested in the relevant decisions.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] New "infernal" reverberations The criminal security policies of exclusion and criminalization of the "dark Other"|
|Numero di pagine||21|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2012|
- CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY
- CRIMINAL JUSTICE
- CRIMINI CONTRO L'UMANITA'
- GIUSTIZIA PENALE