The historical development of tort law -- Function and principle -- The fundamental choice: negligence or strict liability? -- Negligence, strict liability, and the prominent rationales for tort liability -- Compensation as a unified rationale for tort liability -- The social construction of tort law -- The intentional torts -- Negligence liability -- Causation -- Multiple tortfeasors -- Defenses based on the plaintiff's conduct -- Strict liability for abnormally dangerous activities -- Strict products liability -- Damages -- Beyond tort law
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