Philosophical foundations of the law of equity edited by dennis klimchuk irit samet and henry e smith identifies key questions and issues underlying the law of equity including the legal philosophical and moral senses of equity the nature of rights and the relationship between law and morality. Philosophical foundations of law the philosophical foundations of law series aims to develop work at the intersection of legal philosophy and doctrinal law volumes in the series gather leading philosophers and lawyers to present original work on the theoretical foundations of substantive areas of law or central topics in legal philosophy. Philosophical foundations of property law james penner and henry smith abstract property has long played a central role in political and moral philosophy philosophers dealing with property have tended to follow the consensus that property has no special content but is a protean construct a mere placeholder for theories aimed at questions of distributive justice and efficiency until . Serves as an introduction to the subject of philosophical foundations of property law and offers a state of play in philosophising about property coverage of both philosophical traditions in relation to property and particular topics of possession transmissibility of rights and ownership. Philosophical foundations of law is an interdisciplinary subject run by law school faculty members faculty members from the school of history and philosophical studies and prominent members of the judiciary
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