The following study consist an effort of structuring a complete, abolitionist speech within the bounds of possibility. The difficulty of such an effort appears to be considerable, because of the nature of abolitionism. Since its appearance, abolitionism is far from any ideological camp relating to status quo Moreover, abolitionism, as a form of criticism, aims not only at the demonstration of the manunctions of the criminal justice system but also at the dispute (discredit) of the institution itself.
In accordance with the criminological reports, which have been made in the past, the basic grounds and principals of the abolitionist model have been classified in five categories (the sense of crime, the process of criminalization, the prison, the criminal justice system and the victim). This classification serves the better elaboration of the theoretical frame of abolitionism and the lucid perception of its philosophy In this context I add my personal perspectives about the future of the abolitionist model while at the same time I point out some «traps» that should he avoided.
It is actually true what the philosopher wrote: «It is the pursuit of the «impossible» which has always motivated man to realize and recognize the «possible» while those scared who keep themselves within the limits of the «seeming possible» they never manage to go further».
Abolitionism rang the knell of the way criminology has been dealt with.