This title was first published in 2002. The first series of The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory has established itself as a major research resource. The rapid growth of theoretically interesting scholarly work in law has increased a demand for a Second Series which includes significant recent work and also gives an opportunity to include additional areas of law. The new series follows the successful pattern established in the first of reproducing entire essays with the original page numbers as an aid to comprehensive research and accurate referencing. Volume editors have selected not only the most influential essays but those which they consider will be of greatest continuing importance. Each volume has an introduction which explains the context and the significance of the essays chosen.
Table of Contents
Contents: Corrective justice, Ernest J. Weinrib; The gains and losses of corrective justice, Ernest J. Weinrib; Restitutionary damages as corrective justice, Ernest J, Weinrib; On the idea of private law, Martin Stone; The mixed conception of corrective justice, Jules L. Coleman; The practice of corrective justice, Jules L. Coleman; The moral foundations of tort law, Stephen R. Perry; Substantive corrective justice, Richard W. Wright; Mischief and misfortune, Jules Coleman and Arthur Ripstein; The distributive turn: mischief, misfortune and tort law, Stephen R. Perry; Rights, wrongs and recourse in the law of torts, Benjamin C. Zipursky; Pragmatic conceptualism, Benjamin C. Zipursky; Correlativity, personality and the emerging consensus on corrective justice, Ernest J. Weinrib; Name index.
'The authors are all North American, but the collection will certainly be of interest to those on thise side of the Atlantic who want a taster of recent writings in a significant branch of modern tort law theory.' European Tort Law