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Herbert Morris

Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law Emeritus

Herbert Morris B.A. UCLA, 1951
LL.B. Yale, 1954
D.Phil. Oxford, 1956
UCLA Faculty Since 1962
morris@law.ucla.edu
Biography | Bibliography

Books


On Guilt and Innocence: Essays in Legal Philosophy and Moral Psychology. University of California Press (1976).

On Guilt and Shame (edited by Herbert Morris). Wadsworth (1971).

The Masked Citadel: The Significance of the Title of Stendhal’s “La Chartreuse de Parme”. University of California Press (1968).

Freedom and Responsibility: Readings in Philosophy and Law (edited by Herbert Morris). Stanford University Press (1961).


Articles and Chapters


Murphy on Forgiveness, 7 Criminal Justice Ethics 15-19 (1988).

George Fletcher and Collective Guilt: A Critical Commentary on the 2001 Storrs Lectures, 78 Notre Dame Law Review 731-50 (2003).

Sex, Shame, and Assorted Other Topics, 22 Quinnipiac University Law Review 123-43 (2003).

Some Further Reflections on Guilt and Punishment, 18 Law & Philosophy 363-78 (1999).

The Future of Punishment, 46 UCLA Law Review 1927-31 (1999).

What Emma Knew: The Outrage Suffered in Jorge Luis Borges's Emma Zunz, 10-11 Indiana Journal of Hispanic Literatures 165-202 (1997).

Professor Murphy on Liberalism and Retributivism, 37 Arizona Law Review 95-104 (1995). Symposium: Issues in the Philosophy of Law.

The Decline of Guilt, 99 Ethics 62-76 (1888).

Nonmoral Guilt, in Responsibility, Character and the Emotions: New Essays in Moral Psychology 220-40 (edited by Ferdinand D. Schoeman, Cambridge University Press, 1987).

Legal Guilt, in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice 820-24 (edited by Sanford H. Kadish, Free Press, 1983).

A Paternalistic Theory of Punishment, 18 American Philosophical Quarterly 263-71 (1981). Reprinted in Paternalism 139-52 (edited by Rolf Sartorius, University of Minnesota Press, 1983).

Reflections on Feeling Guilty, 40 Philosophical Studies 187-93 (1981).

The Status of Rights, 92 Ethics 40-51 (1981).

Discussion: Addiction and Criminal Responsibility (with James Coleman and Thomas Scheff), 9 Center Magazine 46-58 (1976).

Criminal Insanity, 17 Inquiry 345-55 (1974).

Shared Guilt, in Wisdom: Twelve Essays 249-73 (edited by Renford Bambrough, Rowman & Littlefield, 1974).

The Nature of Legal Responsibility, in Dictionary of the History of Ideas 33-36 (edited by Philip Paul Weiner, Scribner, 1973).

Guilt and Suffering, 21 Philosophy East & West 419-34 (1971).

Guilt and Punishment, 52 Personalist 305-21 (1971).

Persons and Punishment, 52 Monist 475-501 (1968).

John Austin, (edited by Paul Edwards). Encyclopedia of Philosophy Macmillan 209-11 (1967).

Punishment for Thoughts, 49 Monist 342-76 (1965).

Dean Pound's Jurisprudence, 13 Stanford Law Review 185-210 (1960).

Imperatives and Orders, XXVI Theoria 183-209 (1960). Reprinted as Imperatives and Orders. Goeteborg (1960).

Verbal Disputes and the Legal Philosophy of John Austin, 7 UCLA Law Review 27-56 (1960).


Other


Book Review, 18 UCLA Law Review 1164-72 (1971). Reviewing The Manufacture of Madness, by Thomas Szasz.

Book Review, 75 Harvard Law Review 1452-61 (1962). Reviewing The Concept of Law, by H.L.A. Hart.

Book Review, 7 UCLA Law Review 566-69 (1960). Reviewing The Great Legal Philosophies: Selected Readings in Jurisprudence, edited by Clarence Morris.

Book Review, 12 Stanford Law Review 514-25 (1960). Reviewing The Complexity of Legal and Ethical Experience, by F.S.C. Northrop.