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Social Philosophy Today

Volume 3, 1990
Revolution, Violence, and Equality

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Louise Marcil-Lacoste Paine’s Revolutionary Common Sense
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Thomas Platt Conceptualization and Community: The Case of the French Revolution
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Joseph L Walsh Marx and Sartre on Violence in the French Revolution
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Jan Narveson On the Rationality of Revolutions: A Radical Individualist Inquiry
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Jay Drykyk Radical Democracy and the Right to Work
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Mary B. Mahowald An Egalitarian Approach to Health Care
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Christopher B. Gray Fraternity, Integrity, and How a Constitution Can Deny Itself
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Iris Marion Young Moral Judgments and Unconscious Prejudice
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Peter P. Kirschenmann Freedom and Methodologies: Controversies About the Social Sciences and the Sociology of Science
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Creighton Peden The Struggle for Religious Liberty: An American Expression
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