2 edition of Causation in the law found in the catalog.
Causation in the law
H. L. A. Hart
|Statement||by H.L.A. Hart and A.M. Honoré.|
|Contributions||Honoré, Tony, 1921-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||454|
Hart and Honoré's book is a thorough and scholarly study of the concept of causation in Anglo-American law. Closely reasoned, with full reference to the literature and a considerable treatment of Continental theories, it represents a serious attempt to restate the law in tort, contract and crime in an intelligible by: 3. Causation in the Law by Hart, H. L. A.; Honoré, Tony and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Causation in the Law .
So it is with the life of souls in a world: fixed laws, consequences unfolding by causal necessity, the whole natural order, are at once limits within which their common life is confined and also the sole condition under which any such life is possible. Try to exclude the possibility of suffering which the order. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Causation in European Tort Law by Marta Infantino at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Causation may refer to. Causality, in philosophy, a relationship that describes and analyses cause and effect; Causality (physics) Other uses: Causation (law), a key component to establish liability in both criminal and civil law Causation in English law defines the requirement for liability in negligence; Causation (sociology), the belief that events occur in predictable ways and that . What does causation mean? causation is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as The action of causing something. this was the book that most illuminated their understandings of the complex causations behind forest change.’ chain of causation Law.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device by: Causation in the Law. H.L.A. This new edition of the seminal work retains the original analysis of commonsense causal concepts, and includes hundreds of new decisions and a substantial preface in which criticisms are met and a rationale propounded for common-sense causal notions as an element in legal responsibility/5.
As you likely know if you're considering this text, other than strict liability and certain "automatic" sentences, mens rea, sine qua non, and causality are ubiquitous through all of law worldwide, and causation can truly be said to be at the heart of almost all case precedents that involve some type of physical end result, whether injury, accident, civil or criminal.5/5(4).
And causation is a contested concept in other fields of enquiry, such as biology, physics, and the law. This book provides an in-depth and comprehensive overview of these and other topics, as well as the history of the causation debate from the ancient Greeks to the logical empiricists.
Causation Causation in the law book tort law is a highly debated subject. This book takes an original and comparative approach to the topic. The volume investigates issues lying beneath causation across many European legal systems, providing a coherent and comprehensive analysis that will appeal to scholars, students and legal professionals.5/5(1).
Clarendon Press, - Law - pages 1 Review The starting point of the first edition of this work (published in ) was the claim that courts in determining legal responsibility employ common-sense notions of causation.5/5(1).
Causation in the law book in the Law. Causation in the Law. Synopsis. This new edition of the seminal work retains the original analysis of commonsense causal concepts, and includes hundreds of new decisions and a substantial preface in which criticisms are met and a rationale propounded for common-sense causal notions as an element in legal responsibility.
The book is organized so as to respect the various cross-cutting and interdisciplinary concerns about causation, such as the reducibility of causation, its application to scientific modeling, its connection to influence and laws of nature, and its role in causal explanation.5/5(2).
What the law of causation needs to be if it is to serve the value(s) constituting the function of the rules in which causation appears, thus makes a considerable difference to what the law of causation is.
As we proceed to describe what the law’s concept of causation is, we should be eclectic on what these values by: Causation. A principle used in the assessment of damages for breach of contract or tort. Losses may have been foreseeable at the time of contracting or at the time of the breach of duty in the case of tort, but they will only be recoverable if those losses were caused by the breach of contract or duty.
About the Author. Tyler Vigen is a student at Harvard Law School. He created the Spurious Correlations website during a week before finals, when he probably should have been studying. Prior to attending Harvard, Tyler was trained in visual intelligence collection and /5().
Legal causation requires proof that the defendant’s conduct was sufficiently connected to its occurrence. [ 3 ] It could be merely established if the defendant’s conduct was an operating and substantial (not trivial) conduct, but not necessarily the only cause of the consequence when there are two or more legal causes of the same consequence.
The book strips away many of the usages of the word ‘causation’ in law and legal theory, on the grounds that such usages have little to do with causation itself.
What remains is the law's use of ‘causation’ to name a natural relation that is at the heart of both ordinary and scientific explanations of the world. This text is an updated and extended second edition supporting the findings of its well-known predecessor which claimed that courts employ common-sense notions of causation in determining legal responsibility.
Michael Moore holds the Charles R. Walgreen, Jr., Chair at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he is Professor of Law and Philosophy. He has published many books and articles in philosophy of criminal law, including Causation and Responsibility (), Placing Blame (), Act and Crime (), and Law and Psychiatry ().Cited by: 2.
Causation is the "causal relationship between the defendant's conduct and end result". In other words, causation provides a means of connecting conduct with a resulting effect, typically an injury.
In criminal law, it is defined as the actus reus (an action) from which the specific injury or other effect arose.
Causation is a question of fact. There can be more than one cause of the injury suffered by the victim. It is wrong to direct the jury that they should search for the principal cause of death: R v Andrew  NSWCCA at . As to causation generally see: Royall v The Queen () CLR as summarised in Cittadini v R  NSWCCA at –; Burns v The.
Causation and common sense --III. Causation and responsibility --IV. Causation in legal theory --V. Causation and sine qua non --Part II.
The common law --VI. The law of tort: causing harm --VII. The law of tort: inducing wrongful acts, occasioning harm --VIII. Concurrent causes and contributory negligence --IX.
Foreseeability and risk --X. The traditional approach to factual causation seeks to determine whether the injury would have happened even if the defendant had taken care.
This is known as the but-for test: Causation can be established if the injury would not have happened but for the defendant's negligence. The but-for test is satisfied only if the defendant's negligence is a necessary condition for the injury. Proof of Causation in Tort Law provides a critical, comparative and theoretical analysis of the general proof rules of causation underlying the tort laws of England, Germany and France, as well as the exceptional departures from these rules which each system has by: 5.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .The most frequent type of causal question which courts face is whether a human action or omission caused some specific harm; but even this one form of question may be relevant to legal responsibility in different ways.
In criminal law this question usually has to be answered because criminal offences are often defined in simple terms as acts causing specific harms: in such.
Roger Hancock; CAUSATION IN THE LAW. By H. L. A. Hart and A. M. Honoré. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, Pp. xxxii 55s., The American Journal of JurisprAuthor: Roger Hancock.