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Volume 17, Number 2, 2000

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What Kinds of People Should We Create?
pp. 131-143(13)
Author: Hudson, James

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Self-defence Against the Innocent
pp. 145-155(11)
Author: Clark, Michael

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How to Argue Against Active Euthanasia
pp. 157-168(12)
Author: Boonin, David

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Making Pacifism Plausible
pp. 169-180(12)
Author: Reader, Soran

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Is (Merely) Stalking Sentient Animals Morally Wrong?
pp. 195-204(10)
Author: Kawall, Jason

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Opportunistic Carnivorism
pp. 205-211(7)
Authors: Almeida, Michael J.; Bernstein, Mark H.

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Consequentialism and the Slippery Slope: a Response to Clark
pp. 213-220(8)
Author: Hughes, Jonathan

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‘We the globe can compass soon’
pp. 221-223(3)
Author: Gilbert, Paul

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Book Reviews
pp. 225-233(9)

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Society Information
pp. 234-235(2)

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