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forthcoming in Doxa: Cuadernos de
Filosofía del Derecho.
Posted 10 May 2011.
Idea of Justice', a critical notice of Sen's eponymous book,
forthcoming in Journal of Law, Philosophy, and Culture 5 (2011). Posted
2 April 2012.
and Abilities: Some Preliminaries', forthcoming in the American Journal of Jurisprudence
This slightly revised version posted
30 January 2013.
Law Might Emerge: Hart's Problematic Fable', forthcoming in Luis Duarte d'Almeida, Andrea Dolcetti, and James Edwards (eds), Reading HLA Hart's The Concept of Law (Oxford:
Hart Publishing 2013). Heavily revised version, posted 12 February
'Some Rule-of-Law Anxieties about Strict Liability in
intended for Lisa Austin and Dennis Klimchuk (eds), The Rule of Law and Private Law
(Oxford: OUP 2014). Draft.
13 February 2013.
Disability' with Timothy Macklem. New version posted 18
February 2013. Earlier version published
in Italian as 'Disibilità umane: su cosa significhi l'avere accesso a un valore', Ragion
Pratica 36 (2011), 9.
'What is Tort Law For?
Part 2. The Place of Distributive Justice', intended for
John Oberdiek (ed), Philosophical Foundations of Tort Law (Oxford:
OUP 2014). Heavily revised draft, posted 26 April 2013.
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Honoré, above, at a party to
celebrate his 90th birthday in 2011. In 2008, below, we
celebrated his 60
years of teaching in Oxford Law.
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