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CAUSATION AND COMMON SENSE
CAUSATION AND RESPONSIBILITY
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abnormal accident accused adequacy theory apply breach of contract causal language causal principles causal questions causing harm Chap Chapter circumstances coincidence common common law common-sense condition sine qua conduct consequence contributory negligence course court crime criminal law damage death deceased decision defendant defendant's act defendant's negligence distinction doctrine duty effect evidence fact factor fire foreseeable fully voluntary given Glanville Williams guilty held Hence homicide independent induced injury instigator judgment jury killed last clear chance liability limitations loss merely Mill's moral murder necessary condition negative causal connexion negligent act nexion normal notion occurred omission ordinary particular party person physical plaintiff probability problems Prosser proximate cause reason relevant res ipsa loquitur responsibility Restatement of Torts risk theory rule sense sequence statute sufficient theory of conditions tion tort victim voluntary act voluntary intervention wound writers wrongdoer wrongful act