Corrective justice, coherence, and Kantian right

Ernest Weinrib has argued, influentially, that private law must only do ‘corrective justice’ and that corrective justice is coextensive with the Kantian principle of right. Andrew Fell discusses reasons for rejecting the premise that private law must be ‘coherent’ and Weinrib’s understanding of the ‘equality’ that corrective justice maintains.

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