• Publications
  • Influence
Mistake, Disclosure, Information, and the Law of Contracts
  • A. Kronman
  • Economics, Political Science
  • The Journal of Legal Studies
  • 1 January 1978
"[The greater part of the writers on natural law] are of opinion, that the good faith which ought to govern the contract of sale, only requires that the vendor should represent the thing sold as itExpand
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Education's End: Why Our Colleges and Universities Have Given Up on the Meaning of Life
The question of what living is for--of what one should care about and why--is the most important question a person can ask. Yet under the influence of the modern research ideal, our colleges andExpand
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Songs of Experience
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The Lost Lawyer: Failing Ideals of the Legal Profession
Anthony Kronman describes a spiritual crisis affecting the American legal profession, and attributes it to the collapse of what he calls the ideal of the lawyer-statesman: a set of values that prizesExpand
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Paternalism and the Law of Contracts
Our legal system, like every other, limits the power of individuals to enlist the state in the enforcement of their private agree.ments.1 In a broad sense, all limitations of this sort restrict theExpand
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Contract Law and the State of Nature
If a covenant be made, wherein neither of the parties perform presently, but trust one another; in the condition of mere nature, which is a condition of war of every man against every man, upon anyExpand
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Contract Law and Distributive Justice
Within broad limits, our legal system leaves individuals free to dispose of their property as they wish, either by giving it away or by transferring it in exchange for the property of others. TheExpand
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Two dreams.
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Democratic vistas : reflections on the life of American democracy
In this thought-provoking collection, leading scholars explore democracy in the United States from a sweeping variety of perspectives. A dozen contributors consider the nature and prospects ofExpand
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