The Structure of Liberty: Justice and the Rule of Law

by
Randy E. Barnett


Published by
Oxford University Press  

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Introduction: Liberty vs. License 

Part I. THE PROBLEMS OF KNOWLEDGE

2. Using Resources: The First-Order Problem of Knowledge 
3. Two Methods of Social Ordering 
4. The Liberal Conception of Justice 
5. Communicating Justice: The Second-Order Problem of Knowledge 
6. Specifying Conventions: The Third-Order Problem of Knowledge 

Part II. THE PROBLEMS OF INTEREST

7. The Partiality Problem 
8. The Incentive Problem 
9. The Compliance Problem 

Part III. THE PROBLEMS OF POWER

10. The Problem of Enforcement Error 
11. Fighting Crime Without Punishment 
12. The Problem of Enforcement Abuse 
13. Constitutional Constraints on Power 
14. Imagining a Polycentric Constitutional Order: A Short Fable 

Part IV. RESPONSES TO OBJECTIONS

15. Beyond Justice and the Rule of Law?   






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