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Anything Goes in Private Law Theory? On the Epistemic and Ontological Commitments of Private Law Multi-Pluralism – ERRATUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 August 2022

Abstract

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© The Author(s), 2022. Published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the German Law Journal

During the editing process, the title of the article was inadvertently changed to include an additional ‘and’ without the author’s knowledge. On initial publication, the article bore this incorrect title “Anything Goes in Private Law Theory? On the Epistemic and Ontological Commitments of Private Law and Multi-Pluralism”.

This article has now been updated with the intended title “Anything Goes in Private Law Theory? On the Epistemic and Ontological Commitments of Private Law Multi-Pluralism”. We apologise to the author for the error and issue this erratum for the sake of transparency in the scholarly record.

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The online version of this article has been updated since original publication. A notice detailing the change has also been published

References

Hesselink, M. (2022). Anything Goes in Private Law Theory? On the Epistemic and Ontological Commitments of Private Law Multi-Pluralism. German Law Journal, 23(6), 891899. doi: 10.1017/glj.2022.52 Google Scholar