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Normative ethics. Philosophy of biology.
- Social Class and Crime A Biosocial Approach Routledge.
- Social class and crime: a biosocial approach - Semantic Scholar;
- International Political Economy and Mass Communication in Chile: National Intellectuals and Transnational Hegemony;
- Mimesis: From Mirror to Method, Augustine to Descartes (Critical Studies in the Humanities);
- Social Class and Crime – Bóksalan!
Philosophy of language. Philosophy of mind.
Social class and crime : a biosocial approach / by Anthony Walsh | National Library of Australia
Philosophy of religion. American Public University. COLL Criminological-Theory-Historical-Timeline - Criminological Criminological Theory: Historical Timelines Classical Theory of Crime and Punishment A precursor to scientific criminology was the rational thought and economic assumptions of the eighteenth-century Enlightenment philosophy of Cesare Beccaria — and Jeremy Bentham — Under this theory individuals are said to choose to commit crime based on whether they will derive more pleasure than pain.
Time Allocation Theory Rational Choice Theory Situational Choice Theory Routine Activities Theory The key works of these contemporary theorists can be classified in the following three categories — 1 contemporary neo-classicists, 2 economists of crime, and 3 post-classical rational choice, situational choice and routine activities theorists.