Inquiry Into the Subjectivity of Major Environmental Pollution Crimes: From the Perspective of Weak Anthropocentrism

Zhifeng XIAO, Qiong LUO

Abstract


Now, scholars have done some research on the subjectivity of major environmental pollution crimes, and have raised some different points. It can be said that different people have different points. This paper views from the perspective of weak anthropocentrism, starts with the organization and introduction of the key theories on the subjectivity of contemporary major environmental pollution crimes and the subjective attitude of the major environmental pollution crimes in practice, and then delves into a comparative study of a variety of key theories on the subjectivity of crimes of major environmental pollution, emphasizes the distinction between the intentional and negligent nature of the subjectivity of crimes of major environmental pollution and the problem of strict liability of the subjectivity of crimes of major environmental pollution. Through research, it is argued that it is better to punish and prevent crimes of major environmental pollution if crimes of major environmental pollution incidents are separated, according to subjectivity, into crimes of intentional environmental pollution and crimes of negligent environmental pollution incidents, and the liability principle of crimes of major negligent environmental pollution incidents should be based on the relative strict liability.


Keywords


Environmental pollution; Crimes; Subjectivity; Inquiry

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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