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Gabriel S. Mendlow

Gabriel S. Mendlow

Professor of Law
Member of University of Michigan Law School Faculty 2012-


Publications

Forthcoming | Books | Book Chapters | Journal Articles | Reviews
Other Publications | Reprints | Works in Progress & Working Papers

Forthcoming

  • "The Moral Ambiguity of Public Prosecution." Yale L.J. (Forthcoming, 2021).
  • "The State's Monopoly to Punish." Law & Phil. (Forthcoming).
  • "Punishment Proportionate to What?" Crim. L. & Phil. (Forthcoming).

Book Chapters

  • "What Temptation Could Not Be." In Law and the Philosophy of Action, edited by E. Villanueva, 153-94. Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy, 3. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014.
    Full Text: SSRN

Journal Articles


Other Publications

  • "Theories of the Common Law of Torts." J. Coleman and S. Hershovitz, co-authors. In The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Winter 2015 ed., edited by E. N. Zalta. Stanford, Calif.: Metaphysics Research Lab, Stanford University, 2015.
    Full Text: WWW
  • "Theories of Tort Law." J. Coleman, co-author. In The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Fall 2010 ed., edited by E. N. Zalta. Stanford, Calif.: Metaphysics Research Lab, Stanford University, 2010. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)

Forthcoming | Books | Book Chapters | Journal Articles | Reviews
Other Publications | Reprints | Works in Progress & Working Papers

Revised 08/20/2020