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Volume 21, issue 4, 2022

Seeming incomparability and rational choice pp. 347-371 Downloads
Leo Yan
The problem of equal moral status pp. 372-392 Downloads
Zoltan Miklosi
Social constraints on sexual consent pp. 393-414 Downloads
Tom Dougherty
Why not anarchism? pp. 415-436 Downloads
Jason Brennan and Christopher Freiman

Volume 21, issue 3, 2022

Introduction to symposium on international migration pp. 247-248 Downloads
Thomas Christiano and Andrew Williams
The brain drain as exploitation pp. 249-268 Downloads
Paul Bou-Habib
Only libertarianism can provide a robust justification for open borders pp. 269-290 Downloads
Christopher Freiman and Javier Hidalgo
Sanctuary as democratic non-cooperation pp. 291-312 Downloads
Patti Tamara Lenard
Who cares what the people think? Public attitudes and refugee protection in Europe pp. 313-344 Downloads
Martin Ruhs

Volume 21, issue 2, 2022

Domination and democratic legislation pp. 97-121 Downloads
Sean Ingham and Frank Lovett
Political equality, plural voting, and the leveling down objection pp. 122-164 Downloads
David Peña-Rangel
A market failures approach to justice in health pp. 165-189 Downloads
L. Chad Horne and Joseph Heath
The puzzle of competitive fairness pp. 190-227 Downloads
Oisin Suttle
Commons, Communes, and Freedom pp. 228-244 Downloads
Harrison Frye

Volume 21, issue 1, 2022

Rational intransitive preferences pp. 3-28 Downloads
Peter Baumann
Are knowledgeable voters better voters? pp. 29-54 Downloads
Michael Hannon
What should relational egalitarians believe? pp. 55-74 Downloads
Anne-Sofie Greisen Hojlund
The case against alternative currencies pp. 75-93 Downloads
Louis Larue

Volume 20, issue 4, 2021

Responsibility for structural injustice: A third thought pp. 339-356 Downloads
Robert E Goodin and Christian Barry
Responsibility for reality: Social norms and the value of constrained choice pp. 357-384 Downloads
Elsa Kugelberg
Sidgwick and Rawls on distributive justice and desert pp. 385-408 Downloads
David Miller
Exploitation and effective altruism pp. 409-423 Downloads
Daniel Muñoz

Volume 20, issue 3, 2021

On the (mis)classification of paid labor: When should gig workers have employee status? pp. 229-250 Downloads
Daniel Halliday
Lockeans against labor mixing pp. 251-272 Downloads
Brian Kogelmann
Questioning the feasibility and justice of basic income accounting for migration pp. 273-314 Downloads
Verena Löffler
What’s wrong with everyday lookism? pp. 315-335 Downloads
Andrew Mason

Volume 20, issue 2, 2021

Assessing climate policies: Catastrophe avoidance and the right to sustainable development pp. 127-150 Downloads
Daniel Edward Callies and Darrel Moellendorf
Money creation, debt, and justice pp. 151-179 Downloads
Peter Dietsch
Who should fight domination? Individual responsibility and structural injustice pp. 180-201 Downloads
Dorothea Gädeke
On the international investment regime: A critique from equality pp. 202-226 Downloads
Shuk Ying Chan

Volume 20, issue 1, 2021

Justice & its motives: On Peter Vanderschraaf’s Strategic Justice pp. 3-21 Downloads
Paul Weithman
With group power comes great (individual) responsibility pp. 22-44 Downloads
Erin L Miller
Dealing fairly with trade imbalances in monetary unions pp. 45-66 Downloads
Marco Meyer
The rationality of political experimentation pp. 67-98 Downloads
Gregory Robson
Undercutting Justice – Why legal representation should not be allocated by the market pp. 99-123 Downloads
Shai Agmon

Volume 19, issue 4, 2020

In memory of Jerry Gaus (1952–2020) pp. 317-320 Downloads
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The democratic limits of political experiments pp. 321-342 Downloads
Eric Beerbohm, Ryan Davis and Adam Kern
Inadequate for democracy: How (not) to distribute education pp. 343-365 Downloads
Alexandra Oprea
The All Affected Principle, and the weighting of votes pp. 366-381 Downloads
Kim Angell and Robert Huseby
Systemic domination, social institutions and the coalition problem pp. 382-402 Downloads
Hallvard Sandven
Domination and enforcement: The contingent and non-ideal relation between state and freedom pp. 403-423 Downloads
Daniel Guillery
Against hands-on neutrality pp. 424-446 Downloads
Bouke De Vries

Volume 19, issue 3, 2020

Reconsidering the reciprocity objection to unconditional basic income pp. 209-228 Downloads
Andrew Lister
The value of longevity pp. 229-247 Downloads
Greg Bognar
Morals from rationality alone? Some doubts pp. 248-273 Downloads
Messina Jp and David Wiens
Cities, selective admission, and economic sorting pp. 274-292 Downloads
Lior Glick
The rat race and working time regulation pp. 293-314 Downloads
Malte Jauch

Volume 19, issue 2, 2020

Introduction to Symposium on Conscience, Consent, Growth, and Efficiency pp. 105-106 Downloads
Andrew Williams
Consent to sexual interactions pp. 107-127 Downloads
Japa Pallikkathayil
On the value of economic growth pp. 128-153 Downloads
Julie L Rose
Complicity and hypocrisy pp. 154-181 Downloads
Nicolas Cornell and Amy Sepinwall
How perspective-based aggregation undermines the Pareto principle pp. 182-205 Downloads
Itai Sher

Volume 19, issue 1, 2020

Political irrationality, utopianism, and democratic theory pp. 3-21 Downloads
Aaron Ancell
Testing epistemic democracy’s claims for majority rule pp. 22-35 Downloads
William J Berger and Adam Sales
What are the chances you’re right about everything? An epistemic challenge for modern partisanship pp. 36-61 Downloads
Hrishikesh Joshi
Liberalism, commodification, and justice pp. 62-82 Downloads
Vida Panitch
Epistemic network injustice pp. 83-101 Downloads
Kai Spiekermann
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