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Social Philosophy Today

Volume 10, 1995
Liberalism, Oppression, and Empowerment

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1. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 10
W. Creighton Peden, Yeager Hudson Preface
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William Sweet Liberalism, Bosanquet, and the Theory of the State
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John M. Carvalho The Use and Abuse of Ancient Political Theory in Contemporary Social Theories
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Vukan Kuic Political Liberty and Constitutional Government: Separation of Powers Revisited
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Robert N. Van Wyk Varieties of Liberalism and “Traditional Values”
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Shyli Karin-Frank Social Conflicts, Moral Dilemmas, and Priority Principles
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David A. Duquette Liberal Purposes and Community
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James P. Sterba Violence Against Nature
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Baylor L. Johnson Public Goods, Private Goods, and Environmental Problems
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William Aiken Should “Real” Environmentalists Be Neo-Luddites
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