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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the North American Society for Social Philosophy

Volume 25, Number 1, 1 March 1994

REPLY TO ADLER, COX AND CORLETT
pp. 5-19(15)
Author: Levin, Michael

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A NATION OF GRAY INDIVIDUALISTS: MORAL RELATIVISM IN THE UNITED STATES
pp. 20-45(26)
Authors: Rigney, Daniel; Kearl, Michael

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HENRY THOREAU, NATURE, AND AMERICAN DEMOCRACY
pp. 46-64(19)
Author: Taylor, Bob Pepperman

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ABORTION RESTRICTIONS AND THE ABORTION MODERATE
pp. 65-75(11)
Author: Stameshkin, Colleen

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SELF‐CONSTRUCTION AND THE FORMATION OF VALUES THAT EMPOWER
pp. 97-109(13)
Author: Kiros, Teodros

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AN OUTLINE OF AN ECONOMIC ETHICS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
pp. 110-116(7)
Author: Washington, Johnny

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WHY DO WE NEED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION?
pp. 133-143(11)
Author: Purdy, Laura M.

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WHY ARROW'S IMPOSSIBILITY THEOREM IS INVALID
pp. 144-159(16)
Author: Gendin, Sidney

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KING'S PRAGMATIC PHILOSOPHY OF POLITICAL TRANSFORMATION
pp. 160-169(10)
Author: Green, Judith M.

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NO ONE IS GUILTY: CRIME, PATRIARCHY, AND INDIVIDUALISM*
pp. 180-205(26)
Author: Digby, Tom

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A FAILED RECONCILIATION: FURTHER REFLECTIONS ON STERBA'S PROJECT
pp. 206-221(16)
Author: Peffer, Rodney G.

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