Classical school refers to a a criminological perspective operative in the late 1700s and early 1800s which had its roots in the Enlightenment , and which held that men and women are rational beings , that crime is the result of the exercise of free will, and that punishment can be effective in reducing the incidence of crime since it negates the pleasure to be derived from crime commission.
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Classical School refers to a criminological perspective operative in the late 1700's and early 1800's which had its roots in the Enlightenment, and which held that men and women are rational beings, that crime is the result of the exercise of free will, and that punishment can be effective in reducing the incidence of crime since it negates the pleasure to be derived from crime commission.
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