Probation volume 5, issue 17, P232-232 1948 DOI: 10.1177/026455054800501706 View full text
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Abstract: advocated a closer and more regular contact between the lawyer, magistrate, probation officer and the doctor, on the one hand, and the philosopher, dealing with more abstract questions of principle, on the other. Proceeding then to review the main theories of punishment, Professor Lewis argued that the deterrence of crime rather than retribution should be the moral aim of punishment.In his lecture on &dquo;The Scope and Limitations of the Psychiatric Approach to Delinquency &dquo; Dr. Roberts stated that in c…

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