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The Oxford Companion to Philosophy
Oxford University Press presents a major new edition of the definitive philosophical reference work for readers at all levels. For ten years the original volume has served as a stimulatingExpand
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Rights and Capabilities
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After the Terror
After The Terror Ted Honderich CHAPTER ONE: GOOD LIVES, BAD LIVES Living Longer Other Great Goods Half-Lives and Under-Fives Necessary Inquiry Less than Half-Lives, and a Reason Reassuring OurselvesExpand
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Punishment: the supposed justifications
Preface to the new edition 1. Problem 2. Retribution 3. Deterrence 4. Reform 5. Freedom 6. Compromises 7. Liberty and Punishment Postscript: The New Retributivism and Political Philosophy Index.
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Essays on Freedom of Action.
Introduction 1. Freedom in the early philosophy of J. -P. Sartre Mary Warnock 2. Hampshire on freedom John Watling 3. Towards a reasonable libertarianism David Wiggins 4.Coercion and moralExpand
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Terrorism for Humanity: Inquiries in Political Philosophy
Introduction 1. Wretchedness and Terrorism, and Differences We Make Between Them 2. A Theory of Justice, an Anarchism, and the Obligation to Obey the Law 3. The Principle of Humanity 4. Our OmissionsExpand
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Kant: An Introduction
Editor's preface Part I. General Introduction: 1. The main problem 2. Kant's notion of the a priori 3. The Copernican revolution 4. Transcendental arguments Part II. Space, Time and Mathematics: 1.Expand
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On political means and social ends
Introduction 1. John Stuart Mill's On Liberty, and a Question About Liberalism 2. Conservatism, Its Distinctions, and Its Rationale 3. Trying to Save Marx's Theory of History, by Teleology, andExpand
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