Social and Political Philosophy, Volume 7

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Peter A. French, Theodore Edward Uehling, Howard K. Wettstein
U of Minnesota Press, 1982 - Philosophy - 546 pages

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Contents

Moral Rationalism and Variable Social Institutions Alan Donagan
3
The Foole the Sensible
11
Human Evolution and the Sense of Justice Allan Gibbard
31
Is More Choice Better than Less? Gerald Dworkin
47
Two Concepts of Justice Bernard H Baumrin
63
Arguments for Equality David Miller
73
Liberalism Autonomy and the Politics
89
Risk State and Nozick Eric Von Magnus
121
On the Theory of Legal Rights as Valid Claims Rex Martin
175
Some DecisionTheoretic
197
An Appraisal Amartya Sen
207
Moral Aspects of Legal Theory David Lyons
223
Dworkins Transcendental Idea Thomas D Perry
255
Legal Reasoning and Practical Reason Neil MacCormick
271
The State and the Economy Milton Fisk
287
The Analytics of the Labor Theory of Value
301

The Concept of Natural Right Ramon M Lemos
133
Rights or Consequences Richard Miller
151

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Howard K. Wettstein is professor of philosophy at the University of California, Riverside.

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