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  • Danek Jaromir (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1974-03-01)
  • Stewart Carole Borowski (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1973-12-01)
    In a recently published article, R. N. McLaughlin argues for what he calls an “open form” of bill of rights, in preference to the standard closed form. Such an open form would consist of a directive to the courts “to ...
  • Griffin Nicholas (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1981-12-01)
    In a recent review David Gauthier presents two arguments designed to support the eminently comforting belief that, while recognizing aboriginal rights in Canada will entail some costs for the dominant European community, ...
  • Daniels Charles B. (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1979-06-01)
    In a recent article “Abortion and Simple Consciousness' (Journal of Philosophy, V. LXXIV, N. 3, pp. 159–172), Werner S. Pluhar puts forward the following view: A few words of explanation are in order. The reasoning can, I ...
  • Schedler George; Kelly Matthew J. (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1978-03-01)
    Recent defences of abortion on demand have located the morally relevant difference between normal adult human beings and non-viable fetuses in the possession of personhood by the former but not by the latter. It is, so the ...
  • Cosby Grant (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1978-03-01)
    Voluntary Abortion involves the preventable destruction of an unformed or partly formed human organism. It is disagreement about the moral significance of this fact which sustains the controversy over abortion. This ...
  • Sherwin Susan (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1991--01)
    Abortion has long been a central issue in the arena of applied ethics, but, the distinctive analysis of feminist ethics is generally overlooked in most philosophic discussions. Authors and readers commonly presume a ...
  • Moggach Douglas (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1989--01)
    Recent literature on the Young Hegelians attests to a renewed appreciation of their philosophical and political significance. Important new studies have linked them to the literary and political currents of their time, ...
  • McCall Storrs (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1966-09-01)
    The title of this paper may seem to involve a contradiction: my purpose is to show that it does not. Individuals fall into two categories; those which depend for their existence upon the existence of other individuals, and ...
  • Ryle Gilbert (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1962-06-01)
    St. Augustine said “When you do not ask me what Time is, I know perfectly well; but when you do ask me, I cannot think what to say.” What, then, was it that he knew perfectly well, and what was it that he did not know? ...
  • Daniels Charles B. (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1997--01)
    Cet article montre que la thèse antiréaliste selon laquelle tous les faits contingents du monde peuvent être conçus par des esprits finis implique la position idéaliste extrême qui veut que tous ces faits dépendent de ...
  • Whitt L. A. (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1984-12-01)
    Slippery slopes crop up with startling frequency when controversial moral issues are debated. Generally, those who mount this line of argument appeal to some grim, highly undesirable state of affairs which would—they ...
  • Allard Caroline (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2004--01)
    On invoque souvent la responsabilité morale des compagnies pharmaceutiques lorsqu'il s'agit de réfléchir aux difficultés qu'affrontent les pays en voie de développement en matière d'accès aux médicaments. Dans cet article, ...
  • Russell John (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1991--01)
    For a variety of reasons, the AIDS epidemic is forcing a thorough reassessment of many of the standards by which the terminally ill and other medical patients are treated by health-care systems throughout the world. This ...
  • Overall Christine (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1991--01)
    What would be a genuinely caring approach to the provision of procedures of so-called artificial reproduction such as in vitro fertilization (IVF)? What are appropriate and justified social policies with respect to attempting ...
  • Ehring Douglas (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1986--01)
    Various philosophical accounts of function attributions have taken the following form: f is a function of a structure X in a system S if and only if X does f in S and f causally contributes to G. While sharing this form, ...
  • MacNiven Don; MacEwen Philip; Paiva Cidalia (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1986--01)
  • Pojman Louis P. (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1984-12-01)
  • Pietersma Henry (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1987--01)
    In an article which appeared in The Philosophical Review Karl Ameriks argues in favour of the rather surprising thesis that Husserl, his own statements and a host of commentators and critics notwithstanding, was a realist, ...
  • Devine Philip E. (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 1987--01)
    It is commonplace that negative duties are more stringent than positive duties: for example that it is harder to justify killing than letting die. It is almost equally commonplace that this distinction requires defence, ...