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Tort Law

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ISBN13: 9780754621423
ISBN: 0754621421
Published: April 2003
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This volume contains essays on tort theory published in law journals since 1990. The essays explore notions of justice that inform the doctrines and institutions of tort law. Many of these essays explicitly evoke the idea of corrective justice. Others explore ideas of responsibility and fairness. Although the authors of these essays are frequently in disagreement with one another, they share a common interest in treating law as a normative phenomenon that is to be understood in moral terms.

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Contents:
Ernest J. Weinrib, corrective justice; Ernest J. Weinrib, the gains and losses of corrective justice; Ernest J. Weinrib, restitutionary damages as corrective justice; Martin Stone, on the idea of private law; Jules L. Coleman, the mixed conception of corrective justice; Jules L. Coleman, the practice of corrective justice; Stephen R. Perry, the moral foundations of tort law; Richard W. Wright, substantive corrective justice; Jules Coleman, Arthur Ripstein, mischief and misfortune; Stephen R. Perry, the distributive turn - mischief, misfortune and tort law; Benjamin C. Zipursky, rights, wrongs and recourse in the law of torts; Benjamin C. Zipursky, pragmatic conceptualism; Ernest J. Weinrib, correlativity, ""personality, and the emerging consensus on corrective justice"".