9 Theoretical Inq. L. [i] (2008)

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Volume 9, Number 1, January 2008
Moral and Legal Luck
Contents

Meir Dan-Cohen
David Enoch
Arthur Ripstein
Benjamin
C. Zipursky
Yoram Shachar
Tom Baker
Jeremy Waldron
Menachem Mautner
Elizabeth Anderson
Daniel Markovits
Richard A. Epstein

Luck and Identity
Luck Between Morality, Law, and Justice
Closing the Gap
Two Dimensions of Responsibility in
Crime, Tort, and Moral Luck
Wresting Control from Luck:
The Secular Case for Aborted Attempts
Liability Insurance, Moral Luck, and
Auto Accidents
Lucky in Your Judge
Luck in the Courts
How Should Egalitarians Cope
with Market Risks?
Luck Egalitarianism and Political Solidarity
Decentralized Responses to Good
Fortune and Bad Luck

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