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This book is about three lectures given at the University of Naples, Italy on Apirl 22, 23 and 24, 1901 by Enrico Ferri. Translated by Ernest Untermann.

Enrico Ferri was an Italian criminologist and socialist. He worked first as a lecturer and later as a professor of Criminal law at Cesare Lombroso. Ferri founded the first positivist school, which attempted to find scientific objectivity of criminal behavior. He later became elected to Italian Parliament and joined the socialist.

Author: Enrico Ferri
Publisher: Charles H. Kerr & Company
Date of publication: 1913
Pages: 125
Dimensions: approx. 6.75'' x 4.25''
Weight: 5 oz

Condition: Not ex-library book. No Prior owner name or marks inside book. Pencil marks on cover boards near spine. Pages and text clean. Binding tight. Very light shelf wear. Book is in very good condition - almost like new.

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The Positive School of Criminology by Enrico Ferri - 1913


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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Material: paper
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