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Publications for Jeffrie G. Murphy 

  • Punishment and the Moral Emotions: Essays in Law, Morality, and Religion (Oxford University Press 2012).
  • Getting Even - Forgiveness and Its Limits (Oxford University Press 2003).BF637.F67 M87 2003
  • Before Forgiving: Cautionary Views of Forgiveness in Psychotherapy (Jeffrie Murphy & Sharon Lamb eds., Oxford University Press 2002).
  • Character, Liberty & Law: Kantian Essays in Theory and Practice (Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy v. 3, Kluwer Academic Publishers 1998).
  • Kant: The Philosophy of Right (Rose – Reprints of Scholarly Excellence no.13, Mercer University Press 1994).
  • Punishment & Rehabilitation (3rd ed., Jeffrie Murphy ed., Wadsworth Publishing Company 1994).
  • Retribution Reconsidered (Kluwer Academic Publishers 1992).
  • Jeffrie Murphy & Jean Hampton, Forgiveness and Mercy (Cambridge University Press 1990).
  • Jules L. Coleman & Jeffrie Murphy, The Philosophy of Law: An Introduction to Jurisprudence (Rev. ed., Westview Press 1990).
  • Jeffrie Murphy & Jean Hampton, Forgiveness and Mercy (Cambridge University Press 1988).
  • Jules L. Coleman & Jeffrie Murphy, The Philosophy of Law: An Introduction to Jurisprudence (Rowman & Allanheld 1984).
  • Evolution, Morality and the Meaning of Life (Rowman and Littlefield 1982).
  • Retribution, Justice and Therapy: Essays in the Philosophy of Law (Philosophical Studies Series in Philosophy v. 16, D. Reidel Publishing Company 1979).
  • An Introduction to Moral and Social Philosophy: Basic Readings in Theory and Practice (Jeffrie Murphy ed., Wadsworth Publishing Company 1973).
  • Punishment and Rehabilitation (Jeffrie Murphy ed., Basic Problems in Philosophy Series, Wadsworth Publishing Company 1973).
  • Civil Disobedience and Violence (Wadsworth Pub. Co. 1971).
  • Kant: The Philosophy of Right (St. Martin's Press 1970).


  • Christian Love and Criminal Punishment, in Christianity and Law: An Introduction (John Witte, Jr., and Frank S. Alexander, eds., Cambridge University Press 2008).
  • Forgiveness, Self-Respect, and the Value of Resentment, in Handbook of Forgiveness 33 (Everett Worthington ed., 2006).
  • Repentance and Criminal Punishment, in Ethics in Practice (Hugh LaFollette ed., Rowman & Littlefield 2006).
  • Moral Epistemology, the Retributive Emotions and the ‘Clumsy Moral Philosophy’ of Jesus Christ, in The Passions of Law (Susan Bandes ed., New York University Press 1999).
  • Forgiveness and Mercy, in Routledge Encylopedia of Philosophy (Edward Craig ed., Routledge 1998).
  • Repentance, Punishment and Mercy, in Repentance: a Comparative Perspective (Amitai Etzioni and David E. Carney eds., Rowman & Littlefield 1997).
  • Kant on Theory and Practice, in Theory and Practice (Ian Shapiro & Judith Wagner DeCew eds., New York University Press 1995).
  • Some Ruminations on Women, Violence, and the Criminal Law, in Harm’s Way: Essays in Honor of Joel Feinberg (Jules L. Coleman & Allen Buchanan eds., Cambridge University Press 1994).
  • Faculties as Civil Societies: A Misleading Model for Affirmative Action, in Affirmative Action and the University: A Philosophical Inquiry 165 (Steven M Cahn ed., Temple University Press 1993).
  • Retributive Hatred: An Essay on Criminal Liability and the Emotions, in Liability and Responsibility (R.G. Frey & C. Morris eds., Cambridge University Press 1991).
  • Constitutionalism, Moral Skepticism and Religious Belief, in Constitutionalism: The Philosophical Dimension (Alan Rosenbaum ed., Greenwood Press 1988).
  • Rationality and Constraints on Democratic Rule, in Justification (J. Roland Pennock & John W. Chapman eds., New York University Press 1986).
  • Do the Retarded Have a Right Not to be Eaten?, in Ethics and Mental Retardation 43 (Loretta Kopelman & John C. Moskop eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers 1984).
  • Cruel and Unusual Punishments, in LAW, MORALITY AND RIGHTS (M.A. Stewart ed., Royal Institute of Philosophy conferences v. 1979, Kluwer Boston 1983).
  • Forgiveness and Resentment, in Social and Political Philosophy 156 (Peter A. French et al. eds., University of Minnesota Press 1982).
  • Violence and the Socratic Theory of Legal Fidelity, in Violence and Aggression in the History of Ideas (Philip P. Wiener & John Fisher eds., Rutgers University Press 1974).
  • Kant’s Theory of Criminal Punishment, in Proceedings of the Third International Kant Congress: Held at the University of Rochester, March 30-april 4, 1970 434 (Lewis White Beck ed., Reidel 1972).
  • The Vietnam War and the Right of Resistance, in Civil Disobedience and Violence 64 (J. G. Murphy ed., Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc. 1971).
  • Retributivism and the State’s Interest in Punishment, in Political and Legal Obligation (J. Roland Pennock & John W. Chapman eds., Atherton Press 1970).