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Stephen R. Munzer

Distinguished Professor of Law

Stephen R. Munzer B.A. Kansas, 1966
B.Phil. Oxford, 1969
J.D. Yale, 1972
UCLA Faculty Since 1982
munzer@law.ucla.edu
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Books


New Essays in the Legal and Political Theory of Property (edited by Stephen R. Munzer). Cambridge University Press (2001). Reprinted by China University of Political Science and Law Press (2004).

A Theory of Property. Cambridge University Press (1990).

Legal Validity. Martinus Nijhoff (1972).


Articles and Chapters


Property and Disagreement, in Philosophical Foundations of Property Law pp. 289-319 (edited by James Penner and Henry E. Smith, Oxford Univ. Press, 2013). Full Text

Research Biobanks Meet Synthetic Biology: Autonomy and Ownership, in Comparative Issues in the Governance of Research Biobanks: Property, Privacy, Intellectual Property, and the Role of Technology pp. 11-39 (edited by Giovanni Pascuzzi, Umberto Izzo, and Matteo Macilotti, Springer, 2013). Full Text

How to Integrate Administrative Law and Tort Law: The Regulation of Stem Cell Products, 64 Administrative Law Review 743-92 (2012). Full Text

Corrective Justice and Intellectual Property Rights in Traditional Knowledge, in New Frontiers in the Philosophy of Intellectual Property 58-87 (edited by Annabelle Lever, Cambridge University Press, 2012). Full Text

Innocence, 29 Faith and Philosophy 125-43 (2012). Full Text

Risk and Reward in Stem Cell Products: A New Model For Stem Cell Product Liability, 18 Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law 102-49 (2012). Full Text

Cosmetic Surgery, Racial Identity, and Aesthetics, 19 Configurations, A Journal of Literature, Science and Technology 243-86 (2012). Full Text

A Bundle Theorist Holds on to His Collection of Sticks, 8(3) Econ Journal Watch (Sept. 2011). Econ Journal Watch Full Text

Bodily Inscriptions as Signs in Medieval Christian Piety and Aztec Rituals, 25(2) Journal of Ritual Studies (2011). Full Text

Purity of Heart, 50(2) The Way (April 2011).

What Is Stemness? (with Yan Leychkis and Jessica L. Richardson), in 40 Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 312-20 (2009). Full Text

Moral, Political, and Legal Thinking: Property and Bioethics, 8(2) American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Philosophy and Law (Spring 2009). Full Text

Territory, Plants, and Land-Use Rights Among the San of Southern Africa: A Case Study in Regional Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge, and Intellectual Property (with Phyllis Chen Simon), 17 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 831-94 (2009). Full Text

The Uneasy Case for Intellectual Property Rights in Traditional Knowledge (Kal Raustiala), 27 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 37-97 (2009). Full Text

Commons, Anticommons, and Community in Biotechnological Assets, 10 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 271-98 (2009). Full Text

Plants, Torts, and Intellectual Property, in Tortious Liability: Emerging Trends 53-93 (edited by M.N. Bhavani, Amicus Books/Icfai University Press, 2008).

Human-Nonhuman Chimeras in Embryonic Stem Cell Research, 21 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 123-78 (2007). Full Text

Stem Cell Patents (with Russell Korobkin), in Stem Cell Century: Law and Policy for a Breakthrough Technology (by Russell Korobkin, Yale University Press, 2007).

The Global Struggle Over Geographic Indications (with Kal Raustiala), 18 European Journal of International Law 337-65 (2007). Full Text

Plants, Torts, and Intellectual Property, in Properties of Law: Essays in Honor of Jim Harris (edited by Timothy Endicott, Joshua Getzler and Edwin Peel, Oxford University Press, 2006). Full Text

Self-Abandonment and Self-Denial: Quietism, Calvinism, and the Prospect of Hell, 33 Journal of Religious Ethics 747-81 (2005).

Property, in The Shorter Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy 858-61 (edited by Edward Craig, Routledge, 2007).

Cái Chan Shè Huì Lùn [Property as Social Relations], 2 Si Fa [Private Law Review] 112-54 (Dec. 2005). Translated by Hao Peng and Wei Gao. Published by Peking University Press.

The Commons and the Anticommons in the Law and Theory of Property, in The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory 148-62 (edited by Martin P. Golding and William A. Edmundson, Blackwell Publishing, 2005). Full Text

Childlikeness and Simplicity, 427 The Downside Review 135-52 (2004).

Conditional Intention and Abortion, 41(3) The Pelican Record 58-68 (Dec. 2002).

Property, Patents, and Genetic Material, in A Companion to Genethics 438-54 (edited by Justine Burley and John Harris, Blackwell Publishers, 2002).

Introduction, in New Essays in the Legal and Political Theory of Property 1-9 (edited by Stephen R. Munzer, Cambridge University Press, 2001).

Property as Social Relations, in New Essays in the Legal and Political Theory of Property 36-75 (edited by Stephen R. Munzer, Cambridge University Press, 2001).

Limited Property Rights in Umbilical Cord Blood for Transportation and Research (with Franklin O. Smith), 23(4) Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology 203-07 (2001).

Heroism, Spiritual Development, and Triadic Bonds in Jain and Christian Mendicancy and Almsgiving, 48 NUMEN: International Journal of the History of Religions 47-80 (2001).

Intellectual Property Rights in Genes and Gene Fragments: A Registration Solution for Expressed Sequence Tags (Molly A. Holman), 85 Iowa Law Review 735-848 (2000). Abstract

Property, in Concise Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy 717-18 (Routledge, 2000).

Poverty, Virtue, and Ideal, 76 Angelicum 411-49, 627-28 (1999).

The Special Case of Property Rights in Umbilical Cord Blood for Transplantation, 51 Rutgers Law Review 493-568 (1999).

Beggars of God: The Christian Ideal of Mendicancy, 27 Journal of Religious Ethics 305-30 (1999).

Property, in 7 Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy 757-61 (edited by Edward Craig, Routledge, 1998).

Human Dignity and Property Rights in Body Parts, in Property Problems: From Genes to Pension Funds (edited by J.W. Harris, Kluwer Law International, 1997).

Ellickson on “Chronic Misconduct” in Urban Spaces: Of Panhandlers, Bench Squatters, and Day Laborers, 32 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 1-48 (1997).

Transplantation, Chemical Inheritance, and the Identity of Organs, 45 British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 555-70 (1994).

An Uneasy Case Against Property Rights in Body Parts, 11 Social Philosophy & Policy 259-86 (1994). Reprinted in Property Rights (edited by Ellen F. Paul, et al., Cambridge University Press, 1994).

Aristotle’s Biology and the Transplantation of Organs, 26 Journal of the History of Biology 109-29 (1993).

Kant and Property Rights in Body Parts, 6 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 319-41 (1993).

The Acquisition of Property Rights, 66 Notre Dame Law Review 661-86 (1991).

Compensation and Government Takings of Private Property, in NOMOS XXXIII: Compensatory Justice 195-222 (edited by John W. Chapman, NYU Press, 1991).

Property, Incorporation, and Projection, 23 Noûs 291-306 (1989).

Realistic Limits on Realist Interpretation, 58 Southern California Law Review 459-75 (1985).

Review Essay: Intuition and Security in Moral Philosophy, 82 Michigan Law Review 740-54 (1984). Reviewing Moral Thinking: Its Levels, Method, and Point, by R.M. Hare.

A Theory of Retroactive Legislation, 61 Texas Law Review 428-80 (1982).

Review Essay, 63 Minnesota Law Review 531-43 (1979). Reviewing Property Rights: Philosophic Foundations, by Lawrence C. Becker.

Review Essay: Persons and Consequences: Observations on Fried’s Right and Wrong, Michigan Law Review 421-45 (1977). Reviewing Right and Wrong, by C. Fried.

Review Essay, 31 Rutgers Law Review 153-65 (1978). Reviewing The Moral Criticism of Law, by David A. J. Richards.

Does the Constitution Mean What It Always Meant? (with James W. Nickel), 77 Columbia Law Review 1029-62 (1977).

Retroactive Law, 6 Journal of Legal Studies 373-97 (1977).

Right Answers, Preexisting Rights, and Fairness, 11 Georgia Law Review 1055-68 (1977).

Review Essay, 18 William & Mary Law Review 461-73 (1976). Reviewing By What Right? A Commentary on the Supreme Court's Power to Revise the Constitution, by Louis Lusky.

Book Review, 7 Theory and Decision 331-34 (1976). Reviewing Affirmative Discrimination, by Nathan Glazer.

Validity and Legal Conflicts, 82 Yale Law Journal 1140-74 (1973).

Causation and Liability in Private Actions for Proxy Violations, 80 Yale Law Journal 107-38 (1970).