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Clarendon Law Lectures, Clarendon Law Lectures

Reciprical Freedom

Private Law and Public Right

Weinrib, Ernest J. (University Professor Emeritus, University Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto)

Reciprical Freedom

Clarendon Law Lectures, Clarendon Law Lectures

Reciprical Freedom

Private Law and Public Right

Clarendon Law Lectures, Clarendon Law Lectures: Reciprical Freedom

 

Combining legal and philosophical analysis, Reciprocal Freedom offers a sequenced and legally informed argument for understanding law as necessary to our existence as free beings. Exploring the relationship between private law and the state, this book covers conceptions of corrective justice, rights, ownership, and the role of legal institutions.


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Beschrijving Clarendon Law Lectures, Clarendon Law Lectures: Reciprical Freedom

Reciprocal Freedom elucidates the relationship between private law and the state, presenting reciprocal freedom as the normative idea underlying a legal order in which private law occupies a distinctive place. Weinrib develops a set of interconnected conceptions of private law, corrective justice, rights, ownership, the role of legal institutions, distributive justice, the relationship of constitutional rights to private law, and the rule of law.

The book is explicitly Kantian in inspiration; it presents a non-instrumental account of law that is geared to the juridical character of the modern liberal state. Combining legal and philosophical analysis, it offers a sequenced and legally informed argument for understanding law as necessary to our co-existence as free beings.


ISBN
9780198754183
Pagina's
240
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Serie
Clarendon Law Lectures, Clarendon Law Lectures
NUR
820
Druk
1
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP Oxford

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