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Society, Politics & Law
The Independent's Terence Blacker was on a visit to a prison to talk about the benefits of reading, when he heard about the ban on books. Where better to contemplate the folly of the move, he asks?
Appearing naked before a judge, and voting while in prison: How far should respect for human rights go?
Does prison work for women inmates? Abigail Rowe spent time exploring the experiences of female prisoners to find out.
TV, Radio & Events
Throughout 2011, BBC Four and The Open University have been exploring the meaning of justice in the modern world through a series of new films and online features.
Health, Sports & Psychology
History & The Arts
On a journey from Plato's Republic to the Mitchell Brothers' Walford, can we use philosophy to understand trust?
Introducing French historian and philosopher Michel Foucault
Education & Development
Dr Robin Banerjee explores the subject of children's moral development, and the factors that lead them to develop a sense of morals
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