Lombroso's basic philosophy of punishment never changed. In opposition to the Enlightenment principles of Beccaria, he counseled that punishment be tailored to individual criminals rather than to their crimes. He explicitly rejected the principle of moral... Criminal Man - Page 13by Cesare Lombroso - 2006 - 424 pagesLimited preview
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Peter Becker, Richard F. Wetzell - History - 2006 - 492 pages
...lawbreakers. Although his practical advice became increasingly specialized over the years, Lombroso s basic philosophy of punishment never changed. In opposition...responsibility, arguing that criminals acted out of compulsion, whether from their innate physical and psychological degeneracy or from the social environment. Yet,...