- Philosophy of Private Law
- Oxford University Press
This chapter examines the issue of wrongfulness in private law. While maintaining that wrongfulness is a crucial component of liability-responsibility in private law, it delineates its two dimensions and considers whether private law wrongs are anything more than ‘merely legal’ wrongs.
private law, wronfulness, liability-responsibility, legal wrongs
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