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Volume 17, issue 4, 2018

The self-ownership proviso pp. 339-355 Downloads
Peter Bornschein
Public cartels, private conscience pp. 356-377 Downloads
Michael Cholbi
Gentrification and occupancy rights pp. 378-397 Downloads
Jakob Huber and Fabio Wolkenstein
Rage inside the machine pp. 398-426 Downloads
Maxime Lepoutre
Playing for social equality pp. 427-446 Downloads
Lasse Nielsen

Volume 17, issue 3, 2018

Regulating offense, nurturing offense pp. 235-256 Downloads
Robert Mark Simpson
Nonideal democratic authority pp. 257-276 Downloads
Alexander S Kirshner
Why the voting age should be lowered to 16 pp. 277-297 Downloads
Tommy Peto
Freedom without law pp. 298-316 Downloads
Harrison P Frye
Just wealth transfer taxation pp. 317-335 Downloads
Cornelius Cappelen and Jørgen Pedersen

Volume 17, issue 2, 2018

Introduction to symposium on contemporary moral and political philosophy pp. 117-118 Downloads
Thomas Christiano
Self-organizing moral systems pp. 119-147 Downloads
Gerald Gaus
The paradox of methods pp. 148-168 Downloads
Shelly Kagan
Standing and the sources of liberalism pp. 169-191 Downloads
Niko Kolodny
How it makes a moral difference that one is worse off than one could have been pp. 192-215 Downloads
Michael Otsuka
Political corruption, individual behaviour and the quality of institutions pp. 216-231 Downloads
Emanuela Ceva and Maria Paola Ferretti

Volume 17, issue 1, 2018

Paying minorities to leave pp. 3-22 Downloads
Mollie Gerver
Cohen’s community pp. 23-50 Downloads
Louis-Philippe Hodgson
Dividing the indivisible pp. 51-74 Downloads
Stefan Wintein and Conrad Heilmann
How moral disagreement may ground principled moral compromise pp. 75-96 Downloads
Klemens Kappel
Public justification and the reactive attitudes pp. 97-113 Downloads
Anthony Taylor

Volume 16, issue 4, 2017

Symposium on Settlement, Borders, and Violence pp. 349-350 Downloads
Jonathan Quong and Andrew Williams
Settlement, expulsion, and return pp. 351-374 Downloads
Anna Stilz
The persistence of the right of return pp. 375-399 Downloads
Victor Tadros
History as a double-edged sword pp. 400-421 Downloads
David B Carter
What are the costs of violence? pp. 422-445 Downloads
Anke Hoeffler
Pogge, poverty, and war pp. 446-469 Downloads
Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen

Volume 16, issue 3, 2017

Rawls and racial justice pp. 235-258 Downloads
Matthew Dc
When will a Darwinian approach be useful for the study of society? pp. 259-281 Downloads
Samuel Bagg
Solving which trilemma? The many interpretations of equality, Pareto, and freedom of occupational choice pp. 282-307 Downloads
Kristi A Olson
Do parents have a special duty to mitigate climate change? pp. 308-325 Downloads
Elizabeth Cripps
Data collection, counterterrorism and the right to privacy pp. 326-346 Downloads
Isaac Taylor

Volume 16, issue 2, 2017

Symposium on justice, the family, and public policy pp. 115-116 Downloads
Andrew Williams
Fairness and family background pp. 117-131 Downloads
Ingvild Almås, Alexander Cappelen, Kjell G Salvanes, Erik Ø Sørensen and Bertil Tungodden
Fair care pp. 132-151 Downloads
Elizabeth Brake
Children as negative externalities? pp. 152-173 Downloads
Serena Olsaretti
Citizenship, reciprocity, and the gendered division of labor pp. 174-209 Downloads
Gina Schouten
Aggregating out of indeterminacy pp. 210-232 Downloads
Brian Kogelmann

Volume 16, issue 1, 2017

On being wronged and being wrong pp. 3-24 Downloads
Adam Slavny
Poverty, partiality, and the purchase of expensive education pp. 25-46 Downloads
Christopher Freiman
Markets, desert, and reciprocity pp. 47-69 Downloads
Andrew Lister
Freedom, money and justice as fairness pp. 70-92 Downloads
Blain Neufeld
When bad things happen to good people pp. 93-112 Downloads
Jens Damgaard Thaysen and Andreas Albertsen

Volume 15, issue 4, 2016

Central banking and inequalities pp. 319-357 Downloads
Clément Fontan, François Claveau and Peter Dietsch
The right to personal property pp. 358-378 Downloads
Katy Wells
Benevolent absolutisms, incentives and Rawls’ The Law of Peoples pp. 379-404 Downloads
Pietro Maffettone
Conditional coercion versus rights diagnostics pp. 405-423 Downloads
Scott Wisor
The influence of patents on science pp. 424-450 Downloads
Jonathan Trerise

Volume 15, issue 3, 2016

Political theory and public opinion pp. 209-233 Downloads
Alice Baderin
Making sense of age-group justice pp. 234-260 Downloads
Juliana Bidadanure
Risk imposition and freedom pp. 261-279 Downloads
Maria P Ferretti
Intending to benefit from wrongdoing pp. 280-297 Downloads
Robert E Goodin and Avia Pasternak
Numbers scepticism, equal chances and pluralism pp. 298-315 Downloads
Gerald Lang and Rob Lawlor

Volume 15, issue 2, 2016

Orthodox rational choice contractarianism pp. 113-131 Downloads
Michael Moehler
Assessing ideal theories pp. 132-149 Downloads
David Wiens
Private education, positional goods, and the arms race problem pp. 150-169 Downloads
Daniel Halliday
Nudging, intervening or rewarding pp. 170-189 Downloads
Christine Le Clainche and Sandy Tubeuf
Mistakes and the continuity test pp. 190-205 Downloads
Hugh Lazenby

Volume 15, issue 1, 2016

Charity, signaling, and welfare pp. 3-19 Downloads
Haley Brokensha, Lina Eriksson and Ian Ravenscroft
Does political community require public reason? On Lister’s defence of political liberalism pp. 20-41 Downloads
Paul Billingham
Rawls, self-respect, and assurance pp. 42-66 Downloads
Timothy Waligore
‘Predistribution’, property-owning democracy and land value taxation pp. 67-91 Downloads
Gavin Kerr
Discretion and domination in criminal procedure pp. 92-110 Downloads
Vincent Chiao
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