This chapter examines the practice of apportioning liability in ancient Greece. It explains that collective liability avoids challenges in determining individual liability in groups and discusses the problem of proportionalizing liability in groups. This chapter analyzes three litigation cases and presents sustained examination of Xenophon's detailed critical analysis of equally shared liability. It highlights Xenophon's criticism on collective liability as being unfair and unproductive.
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