Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Richard Epstein


Featured Publication

  • Fairness in a Liberal Society 28 November 2005 | OP99
    Richard Epstein unravels different conceptions of fairness, a term which is elusive and indefinable, yet an indispensible part of our language.  Fairness is linked directly to rights, how that are aquired and then, eventually distributed.
    Richard Epstein unravels different conceptions of fairness, a term which is elusive and indefinable, yet an indispensible part of our language.  Fairness is linked directly to rights, how that are aquired and then, eventually distributed.
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Publications

  • Principles for a Free Society 02 August 1999 | OP69
    The need for a principled reconciliation between the prerogatives of individual liberty and social order has been a central preoccupation of classical liberal philosophy. In this CIS Occasional Paper, Professor Richard Epstein of the University of Chicago, one of the foremost contemporary exponents of classical liberalism, discusses this crucial issue.…...
    The need for a principled reconciliation between the prerogatives of individual liberty and social order has been a central preoccupation of classical liberal philosophy. In this CIS Occasional Paper, Professor Richard Epstein of the University of Chicago, one of the foremost contemporary exponents of classical liberalism, discusses this crucial issue.…
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