“The tort of negligence is quite young by the standards of the common law, but it has thrived so mightily and grown so lusty that one could be forgiven for wondering whether there was any room left for any other tort at all. Negligence is always trying to edge out the other torts in the hope of elevating into a completely general and comprehensive principle its own proposition that it is actionable unreasonably to cause foreseeable harm to another.” (Tony Weir, A Casebook on Tort) Discuss the accuracy of this statement.