Contemporary debates in social philosophy
In this important and engaging volume, international scholars present opposing viewpoints to debate ten of the most important issues in contemporary social philosophy.
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Virtuous Disagreements in Social Philosophy
RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE 11 In Defense of Religious Toleration Philip L Quinn
Freedom and Money G A Cohen 19
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