In this short essay, which I dedicate to his memory, I try to identify and formulate some of the unique characteristics of Tedeschi’s scholarship. I will attempt to do this by taking a glimpse at two seminal articles, in which he strived to re-examine and reformulate the constitutive elements of two fundamental concepts of private law: The concept of a “contract”, and that of a “tort”.2 In the two following parts of this essay I briefly summarize the main contributions of each of these two masterpieces. I then outline what I view as some unique features of the great master’s composition, as they are revealed in these two magnificent pieces of scholarship.
|Number of pages||17|
|State||Published - 2018|