Equality, Responsibility, and the Law

@inproceedings{Ripstein1998EqualityRA,
  title={Equality, Responsibility, and the Law},
  author={Arthur Ripstein},
  year={1998}
}
1. Equality, luck and responsibility 2. Corrective justice and spontaneous order 3. A fair division of risks 4. Foresight and responsibility 5. Punishment and the tort/crime distinction 6. Mistakes 7. Recklessness and attempts 8. Beyond corrective and retributive justice? Marx and Pashukanis on the 'narrow horizons on Bourgeois right' 9. Reciprocity and responsibility in distributive justice. 
IX—Responsibility and the Consequences of Choice
Making Justice Sensitive to Responsibility
Equality, Sufficiency, and the State
Solidarity and social rights
Corrective Justice Among States
Two Models of Equality and Responsibility
Torts, Crimes, and Vindication: Whose Wrong Is It?
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