Research Papers

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Rediscovering the Moral Sciences David Schmidtz
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Modeling the Individual for Constitutional Choice Brian Kogelmann constitution, constitutional political economy, homo economicus, rational choice theory, rationality, James M. Buchanan
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The Possibility of Social Choice Amartya Sen, social choice
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Developing Country Influence in Global Environmental Negotiations
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Genes, Race, and the Ethics of Belief Jonathan Anomaly
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Klotzes and Glotzes, Semiotics and Embodying Normative Stances Jason Brennan market value
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0n humanly rational choice (how we choose goals) David Schmidtz rational choice theory, rational self-interest, rationality, rationally
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Public Goods public goods
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0n moral theory: Adam Smith David Schmidtz Adam Smith
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Aristotelian Virtue Theory: After the Person-Situation Debate Dan Russell virtue ethics, practical reason, moral psychology, Aristotle, situationism
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Efficiency, Utility, and Wealth Maximization efficiency, wealth creation
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On Eating Animals
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Free Will As a Political Problem David Schmidtz free will, political philosophy
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Polluting the Polls: When Citizens Should Not Vote Jason Brennan
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Responsibility and Globally Manipulated Agents Michael McKenna compatibilism, free will, moral responsibility
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What if Kant Had Had a Cognitive Theory of the Emotions? Jason Brennan Immanuel Kant, moral character, virtue ethics
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Democracy and Equality Steven Wall political philosophy, democracy, equality
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Market and other Allocation Systems in History: The Challenge of Karl Polanyi allocative efficiency, economic development
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Moral Pluralism and the Environment
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Classical Liberalism: Back to the Future Jason Brennan liberalism, libertarianism, Robert Nozick
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Is Obesity a Public Health Problem? Jonathan Anomaly public goods, Public Policy, medical ethics, applied ethics
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Ethics, Antibiotics, and Public Policy Jonathan Anomaly
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Market Failures
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Condorcet’s Jury Theorem and the Optimum Number of Voters Jason Brennan Condorcet, democracy, voting
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Directed Blame and Conversation Michael McKenna
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