Dialog Between Beccaria, Lombroso, And Durkheim

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You have a fascinating view-point on criminality. Lombroso: - I supposed I should be pleased, this coming from someone so highly respected as you? Are you planning a follow up from On Crimes and Punishments? (Beccaria, 1761) Beccaria: - All in good time, my friend. Durkheim: - Ok Gentlemen, lets not get too carried away...
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The reason that I called you here today is to discuss the latest Salvation Army robbery. Beccaria: - Heavens knows what those boys were thinking when they chose to break into that store (Beccaria, 1761:277). Lombroso: - How can an educated man chalk up their actions to free will? There are biological factors that dictate why these boys commit crimes...
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