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Social Philosophy

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Social Philosophy
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Robert Allen   Rawlsian Affirmative Action: Compensatory Justice as Seen from the Original Position
Susana Raquel Barbosa   Pedagogía de la función crítica: La tarea social de la filosofia según Max Horkheimer Spanish
Julia J. Bartkowiak   Religious Education in the Public Schools
John A. I. Bewaji University of the West Indies The Social Contract Tradition
Ioan Biris   La fonctionnalité de l'idée de "champ" dans les sciences French
Gustavo Caponi Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina Aproximación Metodológica al problema de la comprensión Spanish
Sandra Caponi Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Lo Normal Como Categoría Sociológica Spanish
Anna Drabarek Maria Curie-Skłodowska University On Intolerance
Chris Eberle Concordia University Respect, Coercion and Religious Belief
Marie Fleming University of Western Ontario Habermas on Social Labor and Communicative Action
Heta Häyry   Ethnicity and Group Rights, Individual Liberties and Immoral Obligations
Thelma Z. Lavine George Mason University Philosophy and the Dialectic of Modernity
Wolfgang Leo Maar Federal University of São Carlos Adorno: Semi-Formation as Cultural Reconstruction of Society
Roger Magyar Temple University Justification of Political Liberalism and the Catholic Paradox
Patricia S. Mann   Towards a Postpatriarchal Family
Anthony Mansueto Foundation for Social Progress/Institute for Religion and the Common Good The Journey of the Dialectic
Alexandr V.Maslikhin Mariysk University Social Time In The Life Of A Man And Society
Iouri M. Pavlov and Alexander I. Smirnov Moscow State University Spacial-Temporal Continuum of Civilization and Man
Sally J. Scholz Villanova University Moral Implications of the Battered Woman Syndrome
Bob Stone C. W. Post Center, LIU Why Marxism Isn't Dead (Because Capitalism Isn't Dead): The Case for Cooperative Socialism
J. K. Swindler Wittenberg University Constructivist Moral Realism
Michael R. Taylor Oklahoma State University Terrorism, and Education: Hume, Madison and Factions
Eugene V. Torisky   Integrity and Supererogation in Ethical Communities
Marcelo Felix Tura   Sources and Implications in Paul Ricoeur's Ideology Concept
Craig Vasey Mary Washington College Being and Race
Paul Warren   Two Marxist Objections to Exploitation
Lambert Zuidervaart   Short Circuits and Market Failure: Theories of the Civic Sector
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