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Deborah Charles Publications


Res Publica

A Journal of Legal and Social Philosophy


Back issues to the end of 1998 (contents listed below) are available from Deborah Charles Publications at special rates, while supplies remain available. Click here for details.

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Vol.I, No.1, 1995

Tibor R. Machan, Individualism Versus Classical Liberal Political Economy (3-23)

William Wilson, Involuntary Intoxication: Excusing the Inexcusable? (25-40)

Carol Jones, "Since She's My Queen Well I Must Be King" (41-56)

Christopher Norris, Jurisprudence, Deconstruction and Literary Theory: A Brief Survey and Critical Review (57-69)

Kristján Kristjánsson, Social Concepts: Normativity Without Relativity (71-89)

David Archard, What's Blood Got To Do With It? The Significance of Natural Parenthood (91-106)

P. Fitzgerald, The Unbearable Postmodernism of Liberals and Communitarians: A Suitable Case for Feminism? (Review of Elizabeth Frazer and Nicola Lacey, The Politics of Community: A Feminist Critique of the Liberal-Communitarian Debate) (107-111)

Vol.I, No.2, 1995

Ruth Chadwick and Charles Ngwena, The Human Genome Project, Predictive Testing and Insurance Contracts: Ethical and Legal Responses (115-129)

Emilios A. Christodoulidis and Wilson Finnie, How the Ace of Trumps Failed to Win the Trick (131-146). Abstract


David Lamb, Autonomy and the Refusal of Life Prolonging Therapy (147-162)

M.I. Festenstein, Pragmatism and Liberalism: Interpreting Dewey's Political Philosophy (163-182). Abstract


Susan Easton, Taking Women's Rights Seriously: Integrity and the "Right" to Consume Pornography (183-198)

D.M. Procida, The Strife of the Faculties (Review of Christopher Norris, The Truth about Postmodernism) (199-206)

Jenneth Parker, "Expert Rationality" vs. "Language Communities": the Case of Bioethics (Review of Anne Maclean, The Elimination of Morality) (207-212)

Alan Carter, Animal Rights and Social Relations (Review of Ted Benton, Natural Relations: Ecology, Animal Rights and Social Justice) (213-220)

Vol.II, No.1, 1996

Claire McDiarmid, A Feminist Perspective on Children who Kill (3-30)

Bradley W. Miller, A Time to Kill: Ronald Dworkin and the Ethics of Euthanasia (31-61).

Elizabeth Kingdom, Transforming Rights: Feminist Political Heuristics (63-75). Abstract


Mary Midgley, Can Education Be Moral? (77-85)

Ian Ward, Identifying the Eurosceptic (87-100)

Katrin Flikschuh, Is Kant a Liberal? (Review of Allen D. Rosen, Kant's Theory of Justice) (101-110)

 

Vol.II, No.2, 1996

Norman Geras, Progress Without Foundations? (115-128)

Steven Benson, What's the Problem?: Jean-François Lyotard and Politics (129-146)

Stephen Kines, Why Suppress the Truth? U.S., Canadian and English Approaches to the Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Real Evidence in Criminal Cases (147-162)

Jonathan Seglow, Goodness in an Age of Pluralism: On Charles Taylor's Moral Theory (163-180)

Andrew Chitty, On Hegel, the Subject, and Political Justification (181-203)

Andrea Baumeister, Pornography and Civil Rights: The Liberal Case Against Pornography (Review of S.M. Easton, The Problem of Pornography and C. Itzin, ed., Pornography: Women, Violence and Civil Liberties) (205-214)

Glen Newey, Philosophical Aromatherapy (Review of L. Foster and P. Herzog, eds., Defending Diversity) (215-221)

Vol.III, No.1, 1997

Ian Duncanson, UNCHARTERED LANDS IN AN AGE OF "ACCOUNTABILITY" (3-34). Abstract. Offprint

Avner De-Shalit, ON BEHALF OF "THE PARTICIPATION OF THE PEOPLE": A RADICAL THEORY OF DEMOCRACY (35-59) Offprint

Marsha Healey, THE HOLOCAUST, MODERNITY AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT (61-80) Offprint

Review Essays:

Richard Bellamy, LIBERAL POLITICS AND THE JUDICIARY: THE SUPREME COURT AND AMERICAN DEMOCRACY (81-96). Abstract. Offprint

Mark Packer, PRACTISING MORAL PHILOSOPHY (97-103). Offprint

Bob Brecher, RORTY THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS (105-114). Abstract. Offprint

Elizabeth Kingdom, RIGHT WITHOUT MIGHT: LIBERAL MINORITY POLITICS (115-119). Abstract. Offprint

Ed Garrett, ALL DONE WITH MIRRORS (121-127). Abstract. Offprint

 

Vol. III no.2 (1997):

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Tibor R. Machan, "Does Libertarianism Imply the Welfare State?" (131-148) (abstract) (offprint)

Ruth Arundell, "Machan Versus Locke: Is "Pure" Libertarianism Possible?" (149-163) (abstract) (offprint)

Phillip Cole, "Problems with "Persons"" (165-183) (abstract) (offprint)

Marcus Roberts, "The Endurance of History? Reflections on John Gray's Post-Enlightenment Pluralism" (185-212) (abstract) (offprint)

Michael Freeman, "Left, Right and Human Rights" (Review of Norberto Bobbio, Left and Right: The Significance of a Political Distinction and Norberto Bobbio, The Age of Rights) (on Norberto Bobbio) (213-220) (abstract) (offprint)

Gideon Calder, "Retreat, Renewal and the Politics of Postmodernism" (Review of Terry Eagleton, The Illusions of Postmodernism and Michael Luntley, Reason, Truth and Self: The Postmodern Reconditioned) (221-228) (abstract) (offprint)

Fiona Jenkins, "Luxemburg, Weil, Arendt: Heroines for a Humanist Feminism?" (on Andrea Nye) (229-237) (abstract) (offprint)

Graham McFee, "Interrogating Philosophy?" (Review of Roger Scruton, Modern Philosophy: An Introduction and Survey and Roy Bhaskar Plato Etc.: The Problems of Philosophy and their Resolution) (239-246) (abstract) (offprint)

Paul Reynolds, "Max Weber: Still Relevant After All These Years?" (Review of Bryan Turner, Max Weber: From History to Modernity) (247-253) (abstract) (offprint)

 




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