Philosophical foundations of tort law /

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Other Authors: Owen, David G. 1945-
Format: Book
Published: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1995
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Table of Contents:
  • The concept of a civil wrong / by Peter Birks
  • The practice of corrective justice / by Jules L. Coleman
  • The morality of tort law--questions and answers / by Tony Honore
  • Wealth maximization and tort law : a philosophical inquiry / by Richard A. Posner
  • The uneasy place of principle in tort law / by George C. Christie
  • Tort law in the Aristotelian tradition / by James Gordley
  • Right, justice and tort law / by Richard W. Wright
  • The idea of complementarity as a philosophical basis for pluralism in tort law / by Izhak Englard
  • Philosophical foundations of fault in tort law / by David G. Owen
  • Intention in tort law / by John Finnis
  • The standards of care in negligence law / by Richard W. Wright
  • The seriousness of harm thesis for abnormally dangerous activities / by Ken Kress
  • Aggregate autonomy, the difference principle, and the calabresian approach to products liability / by John B. Attanasio
  • Risk, harm, and responsibility / by Stephen R. Perry
  • Causation, compensation and moral responsibility / by Christopher H. Schroeder
  • Necessary and sufficient conditions in tort law / by Tony Honore
  • Moments of carelessness and massive loss / by Jeremy Waldron
  • Wrongdoing, welfare, and damages : recovery for non-pecuniary loss in corrective justice / by Bruce Chapman
  • The basis for excluding liability for economic loss in tort law / by Peter Benson
  • Contributory negligence : conceptual and normative issues / by Kenneth W. Simons