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- Chapter 1 Introduction: interfacing law, philosophy, and psychiatry
- Chapter 10 Responsibility and psychopathy
- Chapter 11 Psychopathy and answerability
- Chapter 12 Psychopathy, responsibility, and the moral/conventional distinction
- Chapter 13 Rationalism, emotivism, and the psychopath
- Chapter 14 Reasons, emotion, and moral judgement in the psychopath
- Chapter 15 The inauthentic evaluative schemes of psychopaths and culpability
- Chapter 16 Intentional action, moral responsibility, and psychopaths
- Chapter 17 Will a stroke of neuroscience ever eradicate evil?
- Chapter 18 Conclusions: psychopathy and responsibility, a rejoinder