Principles For A Free Society: Reconciling Individual Liberty With The Common Good

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Basic Books, 17. jun. 2009 - 364 sider
The country's leading libertarian scholar sets forth the essential principles for a legal system that best balances individual liberty versus the common good.
 

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Principles for a free society: reconciling individual liberty with the common good

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As Epstein, the James Parker Hill Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago, correctly notes in his introduction, laissez-faire economics is one of the most frequently ... Les hele vurderingen

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Born in 1943, Richard A. Epstein graduated from Columbia in 1964 with a degree in philosophy. He continued his education at Oxford, earning a B.A. in law in 1966, and from there attended Yale, where he received an LL.B. in 1968. Following graduation Epstein joined the faculty at the University of Southern California, teaching there until 1972. He became a regular member of the faculty at the University of Chicago in 1973, where he was named James Parker Hall Professor in 1982 and Distinguished Service Professor in 1988. Richard Epstein writes extensively concerning the law. His works include Simple Rules for a Complex World (1995), Bargaining with the State (1993) and Forbidden Grounds: The Case Against Employment Discrimination Laws (1992).

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