By Dr Proeve Michael,Dr Tudor Steven
Remorse is a strong, very important and but academically ignored emotion. This e-book, one of many only a few prolonged examinations of regret, attracts on psychology, legislations and philosophy to give a special interdisciplinary research of this exciting emotion.
The mental chapters research the basic nature of regret, its interpersonal results, and its courting with remorse, guilt and disgrace. a pragmatic concentration can be supplied in an exam of where of regret in psychotherapeutic interventions with felony offenders.
The book's jurisprudential chapters discover the matter of the way criminal regret is proved in court docket and the contentious concerns about the influence that regret - and its absence - must have on sentencing felony offenders. The felony and mental views are then interwoven in a dialogue of the function of regret in restorative justice.
In regret: mental and Jurisprudential views, Proeve and Tudor assemble insights of neighbouring disciplines to increase our realizing of regret. will probably be of curiosity to theoreticians in psychology, legislations and philosophy, and should be of gain to working towards psychologists and lawyers.