Claudio Tamburrini is a senior researcher at the Centre for Healthcare Ethics, Department of Philosophy, Stockholm University.
Jesper Ryberg is professor of ethics and philosophy of law, and head of The Research Group for Criminal Justice Ethics, Roskilde University, Denmark.
Part I. Retribution
Chapter 1: Retributivism and RecidivismChapter 2: Recidivist Penalties RevisitedChapter 3: Playing Fair with Recidivists
Part II. Crime Prevention
Chapter 4: What's Wrong with Recidivist Punishment?
Chapter 5: Punishment, Self-Defense and the Recidivist Premium
Part III. Mixed Theories
Chapter 6: Previous Convictions and Proportionate PunishmentChapter 7: Past and Present Crimes: The Role of Previous Convictions at Sentencing
Part IV. Recidivist Punishment Revisited
Chapter 8: Do Multiple and Repeat Offenders Pose a Problem for Retributive Sentencing Theory?Chapter 9: Punishment, Criminal Record, and the Recidivist PremiumChapter 10: Try Again, Fail Again, Fail BetterChapter 11: Less for Recidivists? Why Retributivists have a Reason to Punish Repeat Offenders Less Harshly than First-time Offenders
Chapter 12: Soft Decapitation: A New Way of Killing Off the Offender's Guilty Mind