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Cesare Lombroso and the Rise of Darwinian Criminal Justice
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Publish-date-icon December 7, 2012
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On this episode of ID the Future, John West shares from his book, Darwin Day in America, about Italian criminologist Cesare Lombroso and the New School of Criminal Anthropology. Lombroso and his disciples contended that criminal behavior could be explained largely as a throwback to earlier stages of Darwinian evolution. Listen in as West illustrates the consequences of applying Darwin's theory to criminal justice.

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