Law, Science and Rationality

This edited volume brings together scholars in the field of law and the cognitive sciences to analyze and illustrate what the current relationship between law and the cognitive sciences is and what it should be from a theoretical perspective, for example by asking in what way and to what extent insights from the cognitive sciences can and should impact legal concepts, rules and paradigms. The topic of criminal responsibility exemplifies this relationship and several authors analyze specific elements of criminal responsibility in light of insights from the cognitive sciences.

Waltermann, A., Roef, D., Hage, J., & Jelicic, M. (Eds.) (2019). Law, Science and Rationality. Eleven International publishing. Maastricht Law Series Vol. 14

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