Research Papers

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Sentiments and spectators: Adam Smith’s theory of moral judgment Geoffrey Sayre-McCord Adam Smith, invisible hand, Impartial Spectator
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How Smart is Democracy? You Can't Answer that A Priori Jason Brennan Condorcet, democracy, epistemology, knowledge
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Questions About Some Uses of Genetic Engineering genetic engineering
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Is Women’s Labor a Commodity? bioethics
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Can Trust, Reciprocity, and Friendships Survive Contact with the Market? Virgil Storr market value
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Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism and Moral Opportunity Costs Carmen E Pavel cosmopolitanism, nationalism, international justice, international, international institutions
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Game Theory and Ethics
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Do Global Warming and Climate Change Represent a Serious Threat to Our Welfare and Environment Climate change
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Democracy is a Means, Not an End Michael Munger public choice, public choice theory, social choice, social choice theory, Kenneth Arrow, James M. Buchanan, democracy
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Estimating the Cost of Adjunct Justice: A Case Study in University Business Ethics Jason Brennan education, education reform, public choice
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When Preservationism Doesn’t Preserve David Schmidtz animal ethics, environmental ethics
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Of the Division of Labor Adam Smith, division of labor
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Ending Footbinding and Infibulation: A Convention Account
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Illiberal Liberals: Why 'High Liberalism' Is Not a Liberal View Jason Brennan John Rawls, liberalism
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Phronesis and the Virtues Dan Russell virtue ethics, Aristotle, Nichomachean Ethics, practical reason, choice
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The Spontaneous Evolution of Commercial Law institutions, reciprocity, spontaneous order
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The Power and Promise of Ecological Feminism feminism
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0n Justice (and equality) David Schmidtz egalitarianism, equality, political philosophy
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Why People are Irrational about Politics
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Collective Responsibility and an Agent Meaning Theory Michael McKenna collective action, meaning, moral responsibility
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Rawls’s Paradox Jason Brennan constitutional political economy, John Rawls, economic growth
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Political Morality and Constitutional Settlements Steven Wall political philosophy, justice, constitution
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The Reproving of Karl Polanyi
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Cost-Benefit Analysis: An Ethical Critique
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Voting: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly Jason Brennan democracy, rational ignorance, voting
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