Artykuł Macieja Juzaszka w czasopiśmie Revus
If someone denied the existence of resultant moral luck, s/he would probably argue that the no-fault compensation system is fairer than a standard account of tort liability. Agents are not responsible for the consequences and harms they cause but only for the risks they create. David Enoch recently argued that such an approach lacks personal liability taken on by agents. I believe that Enoch’s position is incoherent and taking responsibility is irrelevant for tort liability.
The research was supported from the Grant NPRH 2bH 15 0068 83 awarded to Tomasz Żuradzki.