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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Allen Epstein
|ISBN:||0674867289 9780674867284 0674867297 9780674867291|
|Description:||xi, 362 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1. Philosophical preliminaries: A tale of two pies; Hobbesian man, Lockean world; The integrity of constitutional text --
Part 2. Takings prima facie: Takings and torts; Partial takings: the unity of ownership; Possession and use; Rights of disposition and contract; Taking from many: liability rules, regulations, and taxes --
Part 3. Justifications for takings: The police power: ends; The police power: means; Consent and assumption of risk --
Part 4. Public use and just compensation: Public use; Explicit compensation; Implicit in-kind compensation; Property and the common pool; Tort; Regulation; Taxation; Transfer payments and welfare rights --
Conclusion. Philosophical implications.
|Responsibility:||Richard A. Epstein.|