Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1-2016

ISSN

0741-9457

Language

en-US

Abstract

•When an actor conducts a cost-benefit analysis of a planned activity and thereby acquires statistical knowledge that the activity will cause serious harm, his decision to proceed with the activity despite that knowledge is not, by itself, evidence of his culpability.

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