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The Logic of Consent

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Peter WestenUniversity of Michigan Law School, USA

ISBN13: 9780754624073
ISBN: 0754624072
Published: April 2004
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
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The Logic of Consent analyzes the varied nature of consent arguments in criminal law and examines the confusions that commonly arise from the failure of legislatures, courts and commentators to understand them. Peter Westen skillfully argues that the conceptual aspect accounts for a significant number of the difficulties that legislatures, courts and scholars have with consent in criminal cases; he observes that consent masquerades as a single kind of event when, in reality, it refers to diverse and sometimes mutually exclusive kinds of events. Specifically, consent is used in law to refer to three pairs of contrasting kinds of events: factual versus legal, attitudinal versus expressive, and prescriptive versus imputed. While Westen takes no position on whether the substance of existing defenses of consent in criminal law ought to be enlarged or reduced in scope, he examines each of these contrasting events and analyzes the normative confusions they produce.

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Contents:
Introduction. Part I Factual Consent: Introduction; A core conception of consent: an attitude of factual acquiescence; An expression of factual acquiescence. Part II Legal Consent: Introduction; Offenses to which consent is a defense; Prescriptive consent: an attitude or an expression?; Prescriptive attitudinal consent; Non-contemporaneous prescriptive consent; Imputed consent. Part III The Consequences of Conceptual Complexity: Introduction; The confusions of consent; Conclusion; Bibliography.