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Call # K487.L5 B37 1998
Author Barnett, Randy E
Title The structure of liberty : justice and the rule of law / Randy E. Barnett
Imprint Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York, NY, USA : Oxford University Press, 1998
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Descript. xi, 347 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [329]-337) and index
Subject Liberty
Rule of law
OCLC # 37806131
Table of Contents
 1Introduction: Liberty vs. License1
Pt. IThe Problems of Knowledge 
 2Using Resources: The First-Order Problem of Knowledge29
 3Two Methods of Social Ordering41
 4The Liberal Conception of Justice63
 5Communicating Justice: The Second-Order Problem of Knowledge84
 6Specifying Conventions: The Third-Order Problem of Knowledge108
Pt. IIThe Problems of Interest 
 7The Partiality Problem135
 8The Incentive Problem150
 9The Compliance Problem168
Pt. IIIThe Problems of Power 
 10The Problem of Enforcement Error197
 11Fighting Crime Without Punishment216
 12The Problem of Enforcement Abuse238
 13Constitutional Constraints on Power257
 14Imagining a Polycentric Constitutional Order: A Short Fable284
Pt. IVResponses to Objections 
 15Beyond Justice and the Rule of Law?301