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Impunity and punitivity: A Long Course in Clinical Humanities





Culpability or responsibility, whether legal, psychological or moral, are constantly at the heart of axiological questions in criminology, in identifying the positions of offenders. These positions appear as strategies when they are part of speech or communication. Psychologists have been able to use these positions to define and interpret practises surrounding the self, others, and the world, fabrications of meaning. By looking at impunity and its effects on psycho-criminal construction, the goal of this work is to present both the implicit systems in place and the existential diversions that follow, ail in five points.

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