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BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES in Philosophy and Public Affairs Readers

Charles R. Beitz, EditorIssues of public concern often have an important philosophical dimension. Philosophy & Public Affairs was founded in the belief that a philosophical examination of these issues can contribute to their clarification. The journal is designed to fill the need for a periodical in which philosophers and philosophically inclined writers from various disciplines--including law, political science, economics, and sociology--can bring their distinctive methods to bear on problems that concern everyone.

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blankjacketEquality and Preferential Treatment:
A Philosophy and Public Affairs Reader.
M. Cohen, ed.

blankjacketInternational Ethics:
A Philosophy and Public Affairs Reader.
L.A. Alexander; C.R. Beitz, ed.

bookjacketPunishment:
A Philosophy and Public Affairs Reader.
A.J. Simmons, M. Cohen, et al., eds.

blankjacketRights and Wrongs of Abortion:
A Philosophy and Public Affairs Reader.
M. Cohen, ed.

blankjacketWar and Moral Responsibility:
A Philosophy and Public Affairs Reader.
M. Cohen, ed.

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