The Dignity Of Commerce

Author: Nathan B. Oman
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022641566X
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The first book to place the moral status of the market at the center of the justification for contract law, The Dignity of Commerce is sure to elicit serious discussion about this central area of legal studies.

Key Ideas In Contract Law

Author: Nicholas McBride
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 150990722X
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Morgan, J (2013) Contract Law Minimalism (Cambridge University Press). Oman,
N (2012) 'Markets as a Moral Foundation for Contract Law' 98 Iowa Law Review
183. —— (2016) The Dignity of Commerce: Markets and the Moral Foundations
of Contract Law (University of Chicago Press). Posner, R (1987) 'The Regulation
of the Market in Adoptions' 67 Boston University Law Review 59. Putnam, RD (
2000) Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community (Simon
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Devlet

Author: Platon
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ISBN: 6051764801
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Devlet, Diyaloglar'a bölüştürülmüş Platon felsefesinin bu Diyaloglar'ı birbirine bağlayan orta ve ana halkasıdır; bu özelliğiyle en başta Platon felsefesini anlama çabasında bir kilit metin özelliği taşır.

Las Siete Partidas Volume 4

Author: Robert I. Burns, S.J.
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812208552
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Family, Commerce, and the Sea: The Worlds of Women and Merchants (Partidas
IV and V) Robert I. Burns, S.J.. INTRODUCTION TO THE FIFTH PARTIDA Alfonso
and his lawyers had devoted their first three partidas respectively to godliness,
governance, and law itself, foundational topics that could claim pride of place. In
a surprise move, the king had then selected marriage and the family as his
keystone partida. He positioned it between the three universal foundations and
the less ...

Las Siete Partidas Volume 4

Author: Alfonso X (King of Castile and Leon)
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812217411
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If the final three are less universal in directly touching all the king's subjects,
however, they are certainly an inevitable part of any law code of the era. Even in
less developed times and countries, the merchant's world framed that of ordinary
folk, while many people would find themselves at least sometimes buying or
selling, lending or borrowing, paying wages or rent, making gifts, pledges, or
some sort of contract, and depending upon markets or fairs. Such activities
partake of the ...

Public Opinion

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The Bar stands upon a footing peculiarly its own, and it is in the highest degree
expedient, not only in the interests of the legal profession but of the public, that its
high and exceptional position should not be entrenched upon. ... It is impossible
to doubt that this has been mainly owing to the high tone preserved in the
profession by debarring its members from selling their services in the open
market. ... The standard of morality of the one class is the standard of morality of
the other ...

In Defense Of Moral Individualism

Author: Sirkku Hellsten
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In this constitutive sense the connection between freedom and property is not
typical only to the English classical liberalism and its political and economic
agenda which the state as a political entity that should not coerce free markets. It
can be also found in the ... freedom and dignity. Since the moral law requires
people to act morally rightly Kant held that moral reason must postulate the a
priori proposition that, directly contrary to feudalism, every one may acquire and
own property.