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81. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Matti Häyry, Martti Kuokkanen Universal Altruism and the Sacrifice of the Innocent
82. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Donald S. Klinefelter Justice, Equality, and National Health Care
83. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
William L. McBride Rethinking Democracy in the Light of the East European Experience
84. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Frederick Ferré Making Waves: On the Social Power of Ideas
85. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Richard T. De George International Justice, Reciprocity, and Compromise
86. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
W. Creighton Peden, Yeager Hudson Preface
87. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Sirkku Hellsten Needs, Capabilities, and Distributive Justice
88. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Stephen Toulmin Country / People / Nation / State
89. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Louis G. Lombardi Mill on Character, Virtue, and Utility
90. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Rivca Gordon, Haim Gordon Seriality Versus Education: A Sartrean Perspective
91. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Robin Attfield Population Growth and Hope for Humanity
92. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
David A. Duquette Philosophy, Anthropology, and Universal Human Rights
93. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
William Gerber Is There a Human Right Which Should Never Be Violated?
94. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Andrew Edgar Discourse Ethics and Paternalism
95. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Sander Lee “Never Again”: The Protection of International Human Rights
96. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Shyli Karen-Frank From Individual to Collective Pacifism
97. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Mary B. Mahowald Gender Justice and Genetics
98. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Joseph Grcic Ethics and Social Structure
99. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
J. P. Day Temptation, Provocation, Law, Religion, and Liberty
100. Social Philosophy Today: Volume > 11
Olli Loukola Are Natural Talents Common Assets?