Rights, Justice, and Community

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  • ISBN-13: 9780773495999
  • Publisher: Mellen, Edwin Press, The
  • Publication date: 1/1/1992
  • Series: Social Philosophy Today, #7
  • Pages: 496

Table of Contents

Preface
1 Collegiality and Efficiency in Universities
2 Dominance and Violence in Scientific Discourse: A Portrait of the Scientist as a Young Man
3 The Noble Lies of Power: Bakunin and the Critique of Ideology
4 Administrative Discretion as a Moment for Creativity
5 Should Work Be Democratized?
6 The Case Against bGH
7 Linkage
8 A Causal Theory of Negligence
9 Liberal Politics and Purposive Decision-Making
10 The Function of the University in Society
11 Drugs, Freedom, and Harm
12 HIV and the Alleged Right to Remain in Ignorance
13 Abortion and Applied Ethics
14 Worker Self-Management, the Market, and Democracy
15 A Fourfold Necessity and Basic Human Rights
16 Fictions in the Justification of Political Power
17 Existentialism, Violence, and Taking a Stand
18 Rationing Health Care: Another Look at Socialized Medicine
19 Repaying the Wronged: Society's Obligations Towards the Victims of Violent Crime
20 A Philosophical Basis for Biomedical Ethics: The Principle of the Sanctity of Human Life
21 The Foundation of Rights
22 Hobbes: On Human Nature and Political Obligation
23 Freud, Tinkerbell, and the Priority of Sociological to Psychological Understanding
24 George Burman Foster's Social Philosophy of Religion
25 Ontology, Obligations, and Contracts
26 Holocaust Questions: Reflections on the Significance of Human Life After Auschwitz
27 Was Socrates A Corrupter?: A Study of Plato's Apology of Socrates
28 Utilitarianism is Not Indifferent to Distribution
29 The Feelings of Justice
30 The Rebirth of Meaning: The Human Problem
31 The Notion of Group Rights in the Nicaraguan Constitution
32 Legitimate Defense and Strategic Defense
33 Liberalism and the Holocaust: An Essay on Trust and the Black-Jewish Relationship
34 Law, Morality, and the Weak Social Thesis
35 Natural Liberty and Justice: Adam Smith and the Bounds of Political Authority
36 Suicide and Sensitivity
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