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firm resolutions to the series of questions Zechman put to us in the next few days,
inquiries about what courts meant by "negligence" or why the injuries caused by
certain kinds of activities had to be compensated, whether there had been ...
losing our sense of principle and decency?— those questions Mann prefers to
brush off. Perhaps we'll reach them later in the course, but my impression is that
our time for being philosophical is now. As for Zechman, I'm still lost in there,
Zechman taught fault as an idea of utility combining philosophy and economics. If
precautions against injury are less costly than the likely toll of possible losses,
then we say that the person who failed to take those precautions was negligent ...
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ONE L: The Turbulent True Story Of A First Year At Harvard Law SchoolUser Review - Kirkus
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