Philosophy and the law of torts /
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge studies in philosophy and law.|
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Table of Contents:
- 1. Introduction: search for an explanatory theory of Torts by Gerald J. Postema -- 2. A social contract conception of the Tort law of accidents by Gregory C. Keating -- 3. Responsibility for outcomes, risk, and the Law of Torts by Stephen R. Perry -- 4. The significance of doing and suffering by Martin Stone -- 5. Tort law and Tort theory: preliminary reflections on method by Jules Coleman -- 6. Corrective justice in an age of Mass Torts by Arthur Ripstein and Benjamin C. Zipursky -- 7. Economics, moral philosophy, and the positive analysis of Tort Law by Mark Geistfeld -- 8. Pluralism in Tort and accident law: towards a reasonable accommodation by Bruce Chapman.