JOURNAL OF PENAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY-CEZA HUKUKU VE KRIMINOLOJI DERGISI, vol.3, no.2, pp.1-24, 2015 (ESCI)
In Turkish Criminal Law doctrine, with the entry into force of the Turkish Criminal Code numbered 5237, there has been a serious diversity and differentiation regarding the general theory of crime. Many different opinions have emerged in many respects from what the criminal elements are, to what should be understood from a term in crime theory,. Despite some disadvantages, this variation and diversity is quite acceptable. The social sciences require a lot of voice due to its structure. After the entry into force of the Turkish Penal Code No. 5237, the sharpest distinction in the doctrine emerged about the content of the concepts of faultiness and moral element of crime and their place in general theory of crime.