- Title Pages
- List of Abbreviations
- List of Contributors
- 1 Introduction to <i>Philosophical Foundations of Contract Law</i>
- 2 The Ambitions of <i>Contract as Promise</i>
- 3 Contract Is Not Promise; Contract Is Consent
- 4 Is There a Reason to Keep a Promise?
- 5 Does a Promise Transfer a Right?
- 6 Personal Autonomy and Change of Mind in Promise and in Contract
- 7 Promises, Agreements, and Contracts
- 8 Contract as Fact and as Reason
- 9 The Practice of Promise and Contract
- 10 Economic Foundations of Contract Law
- 11 Distributive Justice and Contract
- 12 An Analytical Framework for Legal Evaluation of Boilerplate
- 13 Merchant Law in a Modern Economy
- 14 Good Faith as Contract’s Core Value
- 15 The Nature of Vitiating Factors in Contract Law
- 16 Mitigation, Fairness, and Contract Law
- 17 Remedies for Breach of Contract
- 18 Efficient Breach
- Philosophical Foundations of Contract Law
- Oxford University Press
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