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ISBN13: 9781855213159
ISBN: 185521315X
Published: June 1993
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

A two-volume set of essays examining privacy laws. Topics covered in Volume I include privacy, freedom and respect for persons, the political ideal of privacy, and the right of privacy. Volume II includes the right of privacy and freedom of the press, and law's republic.

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Volume I: Privacy, freedom and respect for persons, Stanley I. Benn; privacy is dear at any price - a response to Professor Posner's economic theory, E.J. Bloustein; what do we mean by ""right to privacy""?, F. Davis; the scope of privacy in law and ethics, Judith Wagner Decew; a taste for privacy? evolution and the emergence of a naturalistic ethic, Richard Epstein; privacy, Charles Fried; privacy and the limits of law, Ruth Gavison; redefining privacy, Tom Gerety; the concept of privacy, Hyman Gross; privacy - it's origin, function and future, J. Hirshleifer; invasion of privacy - a clarification of concepts, L. Lusky; the political ideal of privacy, H.J. McCloskey; a new definition of privacy for the law, W.A. Parent; a definition of privacy, Richard Parker; the right of privacy, Richard Posner; the social foundations of privacy - community and self in the common law tort, R. Post; privacy - its constitution and vicissitudes, Edward Shils; the right of privacy, Judith Jarvis Thomson - the poverty of privacy, Raymond Wacks; the uses of privacy in the good life, Michael A. Weinstein; the private and the free - a conceptual enquiry, W. L. Weinstein. Volume II: Privacy as an aspect of human dignity - an answer to Dean Prosser, E.J. Bloustein; the wages of crying wolf - a comment on Roe v. Wade, John Ely; the right of privacy and freedom of the press, Thomas I. Emerson; privacy in tort law - were Warren and Brandeis wrong?, Harry Kalven; the right to privacy's place in the intellectual history of tort law, David W. Leebron; law's republic, Frank Michelman; the Warren and Brandeis argument for a right to privacy, Walter F. Pratt; the right to speak from ""Times"" to ""Time"" - first amendment theory applied to libel and misapplied to privacy, M.B. Nimmer; privacy, William L. Prosser; the right of privacy, Jed Rubenfeld; beyond Griswold - Foucauldian and Republican approaches to privacy, Stephen J. Schnably; reflections on the value of truth, Frederick Schauer; private passion, public outrate - thoughts on Bowers v. Hardwick, A.T. Sheppard; the right to privacy, L.D. Brandeis and S.D. Warren; requiem for a heavyweight - a farewell to Warren and Brandeis's privacy tort, D.L. Zimmerman.