This Article will suggest that nonconsequentialist accounts of tort doctrine have much more explanatory power than she suggests and that the supposed fact that many tort victims act from vengeful motives has less. At the same time, her revenge interpretation does have value in illuminating some aspects of tort doctrine.
Kenneth W. Simons,
Compensation: Justice or Revenge?,
San Diego L. Rev.
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