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On the status of critical theory
Critical theory, while remaining in part a scientific social theory, is not just a scientific theory. The nature and distinctiveness of its criticalness is depicted. The logical status of aExpand
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Norms and values : essays on the work of Virginia Held
Chapter 1 Preface Part 2 I. Care and Morality Chapter 3 Care as Labor and Relationship Chapter 4 Caring in the Balance Chapter 5 Feminism, Autonomy, and Emotion Part 6 II. Feminism and SocialExpand
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Morality and Commitment
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Globalization and Justice
In the 1990s, as capitalism continued to expand its reach and influence, the term "globalisation" came to symbolise not only a more interconnected world, but the process by which a network ofExpand
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Global Justice, Capitalism and the Third World
Reflecting on the North/South dialogue, I consider questions of global justice. I argue that questions of global justice are just as genuine as questions of domestic justice. A too narrow construalExpand
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Arguing for Equality
It is often argued that equality and liberty frequently conflict, that we must make trade-offs between equality and liberty and, particularly if we prize the having of a free and democratic society,Expand
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Afterword: Remarks on the Roots of Progress
Analytical Marxists stress that Marx did not just want to provide a plausible historical narrative but sought `to provide a theory,' as Debra Satz well put it, `which explains the real causalExpand
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Does God Exist?: The Debate Between Theists and Atheists
Is there a God? What is the evidence for belief in such a being? What is God like? Or, is God a figment of human inspiration? How do we know that such a being might not exist? Should belief orExpand
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On the Moral Justifiability of Terrorism (State and Otherwise)
Characterizes and discusses terrorism and considers when, if ever, terrorism might be morally justified. Focuses on "state terrorism" arguing that it is the main engine for creating and sustainingExpand
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Marx, Engels and Lenin on justice: The critique of the Gotha programme
The Critique of the Gotha Programme is a polemic, turned against certain of Marx's opponents in the German social-democratic movement.1 It is a vitriolic, sarcastic indictment of what Marx takes toExpand
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