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Tort scholars have long been obsessed with the dichotomy between strict liability and liability based on fault or wrongdoing. We argue that this is a false dichotomy. Torts such as battery, libel, negligence, and nuisance are wrongs, yet all are "strictly" defined in the sense of setting objective and thus quite demanding standards of conduct. We explain this basic insight under the heading of "the strict liability in fault." We then turn to the special case of liability for abnormallydoi:10.2139/ssrn.2871328 fatcat:qo6il5p5dfe5xaa6j3spdpufwq