Philosophical Foundations of Contract Law National Taiwan University
This course invites students to think, discuss and have fun. It should enable students to: Know something of and think critically about the main theories explaining the major features of contract law; Consider how these theories deal with some foundational anchors such as 'autonomy', 'freedom of contract', 'the intention of the parties', 'vitiation' and 'expectation interest'; Consider the extent to which these theories 'fit' with the common law; Consider the appropriate role of the state in regulating the activity of contracting, eg consumer protection, contracts to sell body organs etc; Consider how contract law both mirrors and shapes society's conception of human interaction and human good; and Be able to engage in normative analysis of the law (how the law should be) with a view to desirable law reform
Online Course Requirement
(College of Law) Graduate Institute of Law,
(College of Law) Department of Law
Site for Inquiry
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