12 Diritto & Questioni Pubbliche [i] (2012)

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Indice DQ 12/2012


                       Twenty years ofRisks and Wrongs



a cura di Giorgio Maniaci, Giorgio Pino e Aldo Schiavello


* monografica

Twenty years of Risks and Wrongs of Jules Coleman
edited by Giorgio MANIACI, Diego M. PAPAYANNIS

JOHN GARDNER
Corrective Justice, Corrected                                                       (9-37)

DIEGO M. PAPAYANNIS
Corrective Justice, Well-being, and Responsibility                                 (39-74)

TSACHI KEREN-PAZ
Risks and Wrongs' Account of Corrective Justice in Tort Law: Too much or Too Little?  (75-107)

CARLOS  ROSENKRANTZ
A Compensatory Conception of Corrective Justice Revisited                        (109-135)

CARLOS  BERNAL  PULIDO
Is Tort Law a Practice of Corrective Justice?                                    (137-159)

MARTIN  HEVIA
Coleman  on Gap-Filling and Default Rules                                        (161-179)


* studi

LUKA  BURAZIN
Indirectly and Directly Evaluative Legal Theory: a Reply to Julie Dickson        (183-210)

BRUNO  CELANO
Law, Plans and Practical Rationality                                             (211-254)

ALICE DIECI
Moral or Neutral Liberalism? Argomentazionifilosofico-normative a confronto
nel dibattito statunitense sul same-sex marriage                                 (255-308)

GIANMARCO   GOMETZ
Indici di certezza del diritto                                                   (309-343)

CLAUDIO  LUZZATI
Elogio dell'indifferenza. La genericita scarnificata                             (345-395)

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