Torts| Philosophy of Law| Political Authority and Political Obligation| Philosophical Aspects of Tort Law| Responsibility and Law| Equality and Distributive Justice (PPE Program)
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Tort Law, in COMPANION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF LAW AND LEGAL THEORY 64 (Dennis Patterson ed., 2d ed. 2009).
Beyond the Distinction between Positivism and Non-Positivism, 22 RATIO JURIS 311 (2009).
The Role of Duty of Care in a Rights-Based Theory of Tort Law, in THE GOALS OF PRIVATE LAW 79 (Andrew Robertson & Tang Hang Wu eds., 2009).
Where Have All the Powers Gone? Hartian Rules of Recognition, Noncognitivism, and the Constitutional and Jurisprudential Foundations of Law, in THE RULE OF RECOGNITION AND THE U.S. CONSTITUTION (Matthew D. Adler & Kenneth Einar Himma eds., Oxford Univ. Press 2009).