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    Law and Philosophy

    Law and Philosophy

     

    2000, Vol.19                 2010, Vol.29

    2001, Vol.20                 2011, Vol.30

    2002, Vol.21                 2012, Vol.31

    2003, Vol.22                 2013, Vol.32

    2004, Vol.23                 2014, Vol.33

    2005, Vol.24                 2015, Vol.34

    2006, Vol.25                 2016, Vol.35

    2007, Vol.26                 2017, Vol.36

    2008, Vol.27

    2009, Vol.28

     

     

     

    Law and Philosophy, 2000, Vol.19

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Stephen J. Morse

    Hooked on Hype: Addiction and Responsibility

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-49

    George Loewenstein

    Willpower: A Decision- Theorist's Perspective

    No.1, January

    pp. 51-76

    George Ainslie

    A Research- Based Theory of Addictive Motivation

    No.1, January

    pp. 77-115

    Stanley L. Paulson, Bert van Roermund

    Kelsen, Authority and Competence: An Introduction

    No.2, March

    pp. 125-130

    Stanley L. Paulson

    The Weak Reading of Authority in Hans Kelsen's Pure Theory of Law

    No.2, March

    pp. 131-171

    Bruno Celano

    Kelsen's Concept of the Authority of Law

    No.2, March

    pp. 173-199

    Bert van Roermund

    Authority and Authorisation

    No.2, March

    pp. 201-222

    Hans Lindahl

    Authority and Representation

    No.2, March

    pp. 223-246

    Michael Baurmann

    Legal Authority as a Social Fact

    No.2, March

    pp. 247-262

    Carsten Heidemann

    The Creation of Normative Facts

    No.2, March

    pp. 263-281

    Ulises Schmill

    The Dynamic Order of Norms, Empowerment and Related Concepts

    No.2, March

    pp. 283-310

    Jean-Christophe Merle

    A Kantian Critique of Kant's Theory of Punishment

    No.3, May

    pp. 311-338

    Mary Sigler

    The Story of Justice: Retribution, Mercy, and the Role of Emotions in the Capital Sentencing Process

    No.3, May

    pp. 339-367

    Jaap Hage

    Rule Consistency

    No.3, May

    pp. 369-390

    J. S. Russell

    Trial by Slogan: Natural Law and Lex Iniusta Non Est Lex

    No.4, July

    pp. 433-449

    S. Aiyar

    The Problem of Law's Authority: John Finnis and Joseph Raz on Legal Obligation

    No.4, July

    pp. 465-489

    Thaddeus Metz

    Censure Theory and Intuitions about Punishment

    No.4, July

    pp. 491-512

    David W. Shoemaker

    "Dirty Words" and the Offense Principle

    No.5, September

    pp. 545-584

    Giovanni Sartor

    Legal Validity as Doxastic Obligation: From Definition to Normativity

    No.5, September

    pp. 585-625

    Suzanne Uniacke

    In Defense of Permissible Killing: A Response to Two Critics

    No.5, September

    pp. 627-633

    Tziporah Kasachkoff

    Comment and Reply to Suzanne Uniacke's "A Response to Two Critics"

    No.5, September

    pp. 635-639

    Douglas N. Husak

    Relativistic Justifications

    No.5, September

    pp. 641-644

    Suzanne Uniacke

    Rights and Relativistic Justifications: Replies to Kasachkoff and Husak

    No.5, September

    pp. 645-647

    Christopher Heath Wellman

    Introduction

    No.6, November

    pp. 649-653

    F. M. Kamm

    Does Distance Matter Morally to the Duty to Rescue?

    No.6, November

    pp. 655-681

    David Schmidtz

    Islands in a Sea of Obligation: Limits of the Duty to Rescue

    No.6, November

    pp. 683-705

    H. M. Malm

    Bad Samaritan Laws: Harm, Help, or Hype?

    No.6, November

    pp. 707-750

    Arthur Ripstein

    Three Duties to Rescue: Moral, Civil, and Criminal

    No.6, November

    pp. 751-779

    Law and Philosophy, 2001, Vol.20

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Wibren van der Burg

    The Expressive and Communicative Functions of Law, Especially with Regard to Moral Issues

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-59

    Kenneth Einar Himma

    The Instantiation Thesis and Raz's Critique of Inclusive Positivism

    No.1, January

    pp. 61-79

    Dennis Klimchuk

    Retribution, Restitution and Revenge

    No.1, January

    pp. 81-101

    Michael Blake

    Geeks and Monsters: Bias Crimes and Social Identity

    No.2, March

    pp. 121-139

    Andrew Altman

    The Democratic Legitimacy of Bias Crime Laws: Public Reason and the Political Process

    No.2, March

    pp. 141-173

    Dan M. Kahan

    Two Liberal Fallacies in the Hate Crimes Debate

    No.2, March

    pp. 175-193

    Claudia Card

    Is Penalty Enhancement a Sound Idea?

    No.2, March

    pp. 195-214

    Heidi M. Hurd

    Why Liberals Should Hate "Hate Crime Legislation"

    No.2, March

    pp. 215-232

    Andreas Follesdal

    Union Citizenship: Conceptions, Conditions and Preconditions

    No.3, May

    pp. 233-237

    Percy B. Lehning

    European Citizenship: Towards a European Identity?

    No.3, May

    pp. 239-282

    Jos de Beus

    Quasi- National European Identity and European Democracy

    No.3, May

    pp. 283-311

    Andreas Follesdal

    Union Citizenship: Unpacking the Beast of Burden

    No.3, May

    pp. 313-343

    Carlos Closa Montero

    Between EU Constitution and Individuals' Self: European Citizenship

    No.3, May

    pp. 345-371

    Alan Wertheimer

    Intoxicated Consent to Sexual Relations

    No.4, July

    pp. 373-401

    Daniel McDermott

    The Permissibility of Punishment

    No.4, July

    pp. 403-432

    John E. Roemer

    Three Egalitarian Views and American Law

    No.4, July

    pp. 433-460

    David Dyzenhaus

    Hobbes and the Legitimacy of Law

    No.5, September

    pp. 461-498

    Marc Fleurbaey

    Egalitarian Opportunities

    No.5, September

    pp. 499-530

    Richard L. Lippke

    The Disenfranchisement of Felons

    No.6, November

    pp. 553-580

    Steven Tudor

    Accepting One's Punishment as Meaningful Suffering

    No.6, November

    pp. 581-604

    Violetta Igneski

    Distance, Determinacy and the Duty to Aid: A Reply to Kamm

    No.6, November

    pp. 605-616

    Law and Philosophy, 2002, Vol.21

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Ines Weyland

    The Application of Kelsen's Theory of the Legal System to European Community Law: The Supremacy Puzzle Resolved

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-37

    Susan Hurley

    Roemer on Responsibility and Equality

    No.1, January

    pp. 39-64

    Carl Wellman

    The Concept of Fetal Rights

    No.1, January

    pp. 65-93

    Ian Hacking

    How "Natural" Are "Kinds" of Sexual Orientation?

    No.1, January

    pp. 95-107

    Cass R. Sunstein

    The Equal Chance to Have One's Vote Count

    No.2, March

    pp. 121-135

    Jeremy Waldron

    Is the Rule of Law an Essentially Contested Concept (In Florida)?

    No.2, March

    pp. 137-164

    Kathryn Abrams

    Extraordinary Measures: Protesting Rule of Law Violations after Bush v. Gore

    No.2, March

    pp. 165-196

    Anthony Simon Laden

    Democratic Legitimacy and the 2000 Election

    No.2, March

    pp. 197-220

    Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

    Recusal and Bush v. Gore

    No.2, March

    pp. 221-248

    Cecile Fabre

    Justice, Fairness, and World Ownership

    No.3, May

    pp. 249-273

    Sean Coyle

    Hart, Raz and the Concept of a Legal System

    No.3, May

    pp. 275-304

    Edward Stein

    Precis of The Mismeasure of Desire: The Science, Theory and Ethics of Sexual Orientation

    No.3, May

    pp. 305-316

    Martha C. Nussbaum

    Millean Liberty and Sexual Orientation: A Discussion of Edward Stein's The Mismeasure of Desire

    No.3, May

    pp. 317-334

    Edward Stein

    Reply to Martha Nussbaum and Ian Hacking

    No.3, May

    pp. 349-353

    David Enoch

    A Right to Violate One's Duty

    No. 4-5

    pp. 355-384

    Heidi M. Hurd

    Liberty in Law

    No. 4-5

    pp. 385-465

    Christopher F. Zurn

    Deliberative Democracy and Constitutional Review

    No. 4-5

    pp. 467-542

    Michael J. Cholbi

    A Felon's Right to Vote

    No. 4-5

    pp. 543-565

    Avner Levin

    The Participant Perspective

    No.6

    pp. 567-617

    Michael S. Moore

    Legal Reality: A Naturalist Approach to Legal Ontology

    No.6

    pp. 619-705

    Law and Philosophy, 2003, Vol.22

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Philip Montague

    Grading Punishments

    No.1

    pp. 1-19

    Hanoch Sheinman

    Tort Law and Corrective Justice

    No.1

    pp. 21-73

    Steven P. Scalet

    Fitting the People They Are Meant to Serve: Reasonable Persons in the American Legal System

    No.1

    pp. 75-110

    Lisa Austin

    Privacy and the Question of Technology

    No.2, March

    pp. 119-166

    Jeffrey Goldsworthy

    Raz on Constitutional Interpretation

    No.2, March

    pp. 167-193

    Frederick Schauer

    Neutrality and Judicial Review

    No. 3-4, July

    pp. 217-240

    Emily Sherwin

    Designing Judicial Review: A Comment on Schauer

    No. 3-4, July

    pp. 241-246

    Alon Harel

    Rights- Based Judicial Review: A Democratic Justification

    No. 3-4, July

    pp. 247-276

    Larry Alexander

    Is Judicial Review Democratic? A Comment on Harel

    No. 3-4, July

    pp. 277-283

    Horacio Spector

    Judicial Review, Rights, and Democracy

    No. 3-4, July

    pp. 285-334

    Laura S. Underkuffler

    Moral Rights, Judicial Review, and Democracy: A Response to Horacio Spector

    No. 3-4, July

    pp. 335-352

    Mark Tushnet

    Forms of Judicial Review as Expressions of Constitutional Patriotism

    No. 3-4, July

    pp. 353-379

    Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

    Weak and Strong Judicial Review

    No. 3-4, July

    pp. 381-392

    Larry Alexander, Emily Sherwin

    Deception in Morality and Law

    No.5, September

    pp. 393-450

    Aileen Kavanagh

    Participation and Judicial Review: A Reply to Jeremy Waldron

    No.5, September

    pp. 451-486

    Thomas Christiano, Stefan Sciaraffa

    Legal Positivism and the Nature of Legal Obligation

    No.5, September

    pp. 487-512

    Stefano Bertea

    Remarks on a Legal Positivist Misuse of Wittgenstein's Later Philosophy

    No.6, November

    pp. 513-535

    Brian H. Bix

    Raz on Necessity

    No.6, November

    pp. 537-559

    Daniel Korman

    The Failure of Trust- Based Retributivism

    No.6, November

    pp. 561-575

    John P. Anderson

    Patriotic Liberalism

    No.6, November

    pp. 577-595

    Patrick Durning

    Joseph Raz and the Instrumental Justification of a Duty to Obey the Law

    No.6, November

    pp. 597-620

    Law and Philosophy, 2004, Vol.23

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Andrei Marmor

    The Rule of Law and Its Limits

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-43

    Joachim Hruschka

    The Permissive Law of Practical Reason in Kant's Metaphysics of Morals

    No.1, January

    pp. 45-72

    Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Some Sound and Fury from Kaplow and Shavell

    No.1, January

    pp. 73-102

    James Morauta

    Three Separation Theses

    No.2, March

    pp. 111-135

    Stuart P. Green

    Cheating

    No.2, March

    pp. 137-185

    Jon Mahoney

    Objectivity, Interpretation, and Rights: A Critique of Dworkin

    No.2, March

    pp. 187-222

    Peter De Marneffe

    Popular Sovereignty, Original Meaning, and Common Law Constitutionalism

    No.3, May

    pp. 223-260

    Eugene Mills

    Scheffler on Rawls, Justice, and Desert

    No.3, May

    pp. 261-272

    Connie S. Rosati

    Some Puzzles about the Objectivity of Law

    No.3, May

    pp. 273-323

    John Oberdiek

    Lost in Moral Space: On the Infringing/ Violating Distinction and Its Place in the Theory of Rights

    No.4, July

    pp. 325-346

    Rowan Cruft

    Rights: Beyond Interest Theory and Will Theory?

    No.4, July

    pp. 347-397

    David Lefkowitz

    Legitimate Political Authority and the Duty of Those Subject to It: A Critique of Edmundson

    No.4, July

    pp. 399-435

    Douglas N. Husak

    Guns and Drugs: Case Studies on the Principled Limits of the Criminal Sanction

    No.5, September

    pp. 437-493

    Monica R. Cowart

    Understanding Acts of Consent: Using Speech Act Theory to Help Resolve Moral Dilemmas and Legal Disputes

    No.5, September

    pp. 495-525

    Amy L. Wax

    Evolution and the Bounds of Human

    No.6, November

    pp. 527-591

    Scott D. Gelfand

    The Ethics of Care and (Capital?) Punishment

    No.6, November

    pp. 593-614

    Theodore M. Benditt

    Acting in Concert or Going It Alone: Game Theory and the Law

    No.6, November

    pp. 615-630

    Law and Philosophy, 2005, Vol.24

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Kenneth Einar Himma

    Final Authority to Bind with Moral Mistakes: On the Explanatory Potential of Inclusive Legal Positivism

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-45

    Matthew Kramer

    Of Final Things: Morality as One of the Ultimate Determinants of Legal Validity

    No.1, January

    pp. 47-97

    Walter E. Schaller

    Liberal Neutrality and Liberty of Conscience

    No.2, March

    pp. 107-138

    Carl F. Cranor

    The Science Veil over Tort Law Policy: How Should Scientific Evidence Be Utilized in Toxic Tort Law?

    No.2, March

    pp. 139-210

    Alan R. Madry

    Global Concepts, Local Rules, Practices of Adjudication and Ronald Dworkin's Law as Integrity

    No.3, May

    pp. 211-238

    Colleen Murphy

    Lon Fuller and the Moral Value of the Rule of Law

    No.3, May

    pp. 239-262

    Ken Levy

    The Solution to the Problem of Outcome Luck: Why Harm Is Just as Punishable as the Wrongful Action That Causes It

    No.3, May

    pp. 263-303

    Gerald Dworkin

    Moral Paternalism

    No.3, May

    pp. 305-319

    Michael S. Pardo

    The Field of Evidence and the Field of Knowledge

    No.4, July

    pp. 321-392

    J. D. Trout

    Paternalism and Cognitive Bias

    No.4, July

    pp. 393-434

    Yaacov Ben-Shemesh

    Neutrality without Autonomy

    No.5, September

    pp. 435-466

    Gidon Sapir, Daniel Statman

    Why Freedom of Religion Does Not include Freedom from Religion

    No.5, September

    pp. 467-508

    Michael Giudice

    Ways of Understanding Diversity among Theories of Law

    No.5, September

    pp. 509-545

    Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Forword

    No.6, November

    pp. 547-555

    Douglas Husak

    On the Supposed Priority of Justification to Excuse

    No.6, November

    pp. 557-594

    Marcia Baron

    Is Justification (Somehow) Prior to Excuse? A Reply to Douglas Husak

    No.6, November

    pp. 595-609

    Larry Alexander

    Lesser Evils: A Closer Look at the Paradigmatic Justification

    No.6, November

    pp. 611-643

    Kenneth W. Simons

    Exploring the Intricacies of the Lesser Evils Defense

    No.6, November

    pp. 645-679

    Mitchell N. Berman

    Lesser Evils and Justification: A Less Close Look

    No.6, November

    pp. 681-709

    Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Justifying Self- Defense

    No.6, November

    pp. 711-749

    Jeff McMahan

    Self- Defense and Culpability

    No.6, November

    pp. 751-774

    Paul H. Robinson

    Justification Defenses in Situations of Unavoidable Uncertainty: A Reply to Professor Ferzan

    No.6, November

    pp. 775-784

    Law and Philosophy, 2006, Vol.25

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Bebhinn Donnelly

    The Epistemic Connection between Nature and Value in New and Traditional Natural Law Theory

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-29

    Re'em Segev

    Justification, Rationality and Mistake: Mistake of Law Is No Excuse? It Might Be a Justificaton!

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-79

    Leo Zaibert

    Punishment and Revenge

    No.1, January

    pp. 81-118

    Daniel Attas

    Fragmenting Property

    No.1, January

    pp. 119-149

    Bill Wringe

    Why Punish War Crimes? Victor's Justice and Expressive Justifications of Punishment

    No.2, March

    pp. 159-191

    Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Clarifying Consent: Peter Westen's The Logic of Consent

    No.2, March

    pp. 193-217

    Anthony Ellis

    What Is Special about Religion?

    No.2, March

    pp. 219-241

    Eleanor Curran

    Can Rights Curb the Hobbesian Sovereign? The Full Right to Self- Preservation, Duties of Sovereignty and the Limitations of Hohfeld

    No.2, March

    pp. 243-265

    Douglas Husak

    The Complete Guide to Consent to Sex: Alan Wertheimer's Consent to Sexual Relations

    No.2, March

    pp. 267-287

    Peter Westen

    An Attitudinal Theory of Excuse

    No.3, May

    pp. 289-375

    Eduardo Rivera-Lopez

    Puzzles on Defending Others from Aggression

    No.3, May

    pp. 377-386

    Troy L. Booher

    Putting Meaning in Its Place: Originalism and Philosophy of Language

    No.4, July

    pp. 387-416

    Sean Coyle

    Practices and the Rule of Recognition

    No.4, July

    pp. 417-452

    Ethan J. Leib

    Responsibility and Social/ Political Choices about Choice; or, One Way to Be a True Non- Voluntarist

    No.4, July

    pp. 453-488

    C. Farrelly

    Civic Liberalism and the "Dialogical Model" of Judicial Review

    No.5, September

    pp. 489-531

    James Allan

    Thin Beats Fat Yet Again: Conceptions of Democracy

    No.5, September

    pp. 533-559

    Katrina L. Sifferd

    In Defense of the Use of Commonsense Psychology in the Criminal Law

    No.6, November

    pp. 571-612

    George E. Panichas

    Simple Rape and the Risks of Sex

    No.6, November

    pp. 613-661

    Law and Philosophy, 2007, Vol.26

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    S. Viner

    Fuller's Concept of Law and Its Cosmopolitan Aims

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-30

    Tamar Meisels

    Combatants: Lawful and Unlawful

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-65

    Paul Litton

    The Insignificance of Choice and Wallace's Normative Approach to Responsibility

    No.1, January

    pp. 67-93

    Suzanne Uniacke

    Emotional Excuses

    No.1, January

    pp. 95-117

    Alan Rubel

    Privacy and the USA Patriot Act: Rights, the Value of Right, and Autonomy

    No.2, March

    pp. 119-159

    Nicholas Aroney

    Subsidiarity, Federalism and the Best Constitution: Thomas Aquinas on City, Province and Empire

    No.2, March

    pp. 161-228

    Peter Westen

    Two Rules of Legality in Criminal Law

    No.3, May

    pp. 229-305

    Steven Wall

    Democracy and Restraint

    No.3, May

    pp. 307-342

    Torben Spaak

    Guidance and Constraint: The Action- Guiding Capacity of Neil Maccormick's Theory of Legal Reasoning

    No.4, July

    pp. 343-376

    Gerhard Overland

    The Right to do Wrong

    No.4, July

    pp. 377-404

    David Enoch, Andrei Marmor

    The Case against Moral Luck

    No.4, July

    pp. 405-436

    Stephen Kershnar

    Race as a Factor in University Admissions

    No.5, September

    pp. 437-463

    Peter Cane

    The General/ Special Distinction in Criminal Law, Tort Law and Legal Theory

    No.5, September

    pp. 465-500

    Nicholas Almendares, Dimitri Landa

    Strategic Coordination and the Law

    No.5, September

    pp. 501-529

    Michael G. Pratt

    Promises, Contracts and Voluntary Obligations

    No.6, November

    pp. 531-574

    Akira Inoue

    Can a Right of Self- Ownership be Robust?

    No.6, November

    pp. 575-587

    Stephen Kershnar

    For Discrimination against Women

    No.6, November

    pp. 589-625

    Law and Philosophy, 2008, Vol.27

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jennifer Nadler

    Hart, Fuller and the Connection Between Law and Justice

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-34

    Michael S. Moore

    Patrolling the borders of consequentialist justifications: the scope of agent- relative restrictions

    No.1, January

    pp. 35-96

    John Oberdiek

    Culpability and the Definition of Deontological Constraints

    No.2, March

    pp. 105-122

    Nathan Hanna

    Say What? A Critique of Expressive Retributivism

    No.2, March

    pp. 123-150

    Jon Mahoney

    Liberalism and the moral basis for human rights

    No.2, March

    pp. 151-191

    Amy R. Baehr

    Perfectionism, Feminism and Public Reason

    No.2, March

    pp. 193-222

    Michael S. Pardo, Ronald J. Allen

    Juridical Proof and the Best Explanation

    No.3, May

    pp. 223-268

    Andrew Botterell

    In Defence of Infringement

    No.3, May

    pp. 269-292

    John Oberdiek

    What's Wrong with Infringements (Insofar as Infringements are not Wrong): A Reply

    No.3, May

    pp. 293-307

    Danny Priel

    Were the Legal Realists Legal Positivists?

    No.4, July

    pp. 309-350

    Danny Scoccia

    In Defense of Hard Paternalism

    No.4, July

    pp. 351-381

    Richard L. Lippke

    No Easy Way Out: Dangerous Offenders and Preventive Detention

    No.4, July

    pp. 383-414

    Iain Brassington

    Five Words for Assisted Dying

    No.5, September

    pp. 415-444

    Kevin Toh

    An Argument Against the Social Fact Thesis (and Some Additional Preliminary Steps Towards a New Conception of Legal Positivism)

    No.5, September

    pp. 445-504

    Ori J. Herstein

    Historic Justice and the Non- Identity Problem: The Limitations of the Subsequent- Wrong Solution and Towards a New Solution

    No.5, September

    pp. 505-531

    Evan Fox-Decent

    Is the rule of law really indifferent to human rights?

    No.6, November

    pp. 533-581

    Kimberley Brownlee

    Legal obligation as a duty of deference

    No.6, November

    pp. 583-597

    B. Sharon Byrd, Joachim Hruschka

    From the State of Nature to the Juridical State of States

    No.6, November

    pp. 599-641

    Danny Priel

    The boundaries of law and the purpose of legal philosophy

    No.6, November

    pp. 643-695

    Law and Philosophy, 2009, Vol.28

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    M. A. Roberts

    What Is the Wrong of Wrongful Disability? From Chance to Choice to Harms to Persons

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-57

    Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco

    From Shared Agency to the Normativity of Law: Shapiro's and Coleman's Defence of Hart's Practice Theory of Rules Reconsidered

    No.1, January

    pp. 59-100

    Gideon Yaffe

    Trying, Acting and Attempted Crimes

    No.2, March

    pp. 109-162

    Juliano S. A. Maranhao

    Von Wright's Therapy to Jorgensen's Syndrome

    No.2, March

    pp. 163-201

    Gerhard Overland

    Forced Assistance

    No.2, March

    pp. 203-232

    Stefan Sciaraffa

    On Content- Independent Reasons: It's Not in the Name

    No.3, May

    pp. 233-260

    Torben Spaak

    Meta- Ethics and Legal Theory: The Case of Gustav Radbruch

    No.3, May

    pp. 261-290

    Dale Smith

    Has Raz Drawn the Semantic Sting?

    No.3, May

    pp. 291-325

    Carl Knight

    Describing Equality

    No.4, July

    pp. 327-365

    John Oberdiek

    Towards a Right against Risking

    No.4, July

    pp. 367-392

    James Wilson

    Could There Be a Right to Own Intellectual Property?

    No.4, July

    pp. 393-427

    Raffaele Rodogno

    Shame, Guilt, and Punishment

    No.5, September

    pp. 429-464

    Jan-Willem Van Der Rujt

    Republican Dignity: The Importance of Taking Offence

    No.5, September

    pp. 465-492

    Christie Hartley, Lori Watson

    Feminism, Religion, and Shared Reasons: A Defense of Exclusive Public Reason

    No.5, September

    pp. 493-536

    Ronen Perry

    Correlativity

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    pp. 537-584

    Helga Varden

    Nozicks Reply to the Anarchist

    No.6, November

    pp. 585-616

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    Disappearing without a Moral Trace? Rights and Compensation during Times of Emergency

    No.6, November

    pp. 617-649

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    BRIAN LEITER, MICHAEL WEISBERG

    WHY EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY IS (SO FAR) IRRELEVANT TO LEGAL REGULATION

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-74

    PHILLIP MONTAGUE

    SELF- DEFENSE, CULPABILITY, AND DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE

    No.1, January

    pp. 75-91

    LARRY ALEXANDER

    WALUCHOWS- LIVING TREE CONSTITUTIONALISM

    No.1, January

    pp. 93-99

    ALEJANDRO CHEHTMAN

    THE EXTRATERRITORIAL SCOPE OF THE RIGHT TO PUNISH

    No.2, March

    pp. 127-157

    ANTHONY R. REEVES

    DO JUDGES HAVE AN OBLIGATION TO ENFORCE THE LAW?: MORAL RESPONSIBILITY AND JUDICIAL- REASONING

    No.2, March

    pp. 159-187

    HELEN FROWE

    A PRACTICAL ACCOUNT OF SELF- DEFENCE

    No.3, May

    pp. 245-272

    SARAH SORIAL

    CAN SAYING SOMETHING MAKE IT SO? THE NATURE OF SEDITIOUS HARM

    No.3, May

    pp. 273-305

    TSACHI KEREN-PAZ

    POETIC JUSTICE: WHY SEX- SLAVES SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO SUE IGNORANT CLIENTS IN CONVERSION

    No.3, May

    pp. 307-336

    GORAN DUUS-OTTERSTROM

    FALLIBILITY AND RETRIBUTION

    No.3, May

    pp. 337-369

    ALEC WALEN

    CRIME, CULPABILITY AND MORAL LUCK

    No.4, July

    pp. 373-384

    JIM STAIHAR

    CULPABILITY AND THE RELEVANCE OF SUBSTANTIAL RISKS, MOTIVATIONS, AND LESSER HARMS

    No.4, July

    pp. 385-400

    PETER WESTEN

    RESULTING HARMS AND OBJECTIVE RISKS AS CONSTRAINTS ON PUNISHMENT

    No.4, July

    pp. 401-418

    ERIC A. JOHNSON

    IS THE IDEA OF OBJECTIVE PROBABILITY INCOHERENT?

    No.4, July

    pp. 419-432

    SUSAN A. BANDES

    IS IT IMMORAL TO PUNISH THE HEEDLESS AND CLUELESS? A COMMENT ON ALEXANDER, FERZAN AND MORSE: CRIME AND CULPABILITY

    No.4, July

    pp. 433-453

    ANDREW D. LEIPOLD

    A CASE FOR CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE

    No.4, July

    pp. 455-468

    RONALD J. ALLEN

    MODELING CRIMINAL LAW

    No.4, July

    pp. 469-481

    LARRY ALEXANDER, KIMBERLY KESSLER FERZAN

    RESPONSE TO CRITICS

    No.4, July

    pp. 483-504

    BOUDEWIJN DE BRUIN

    THE LIBERAL VALUE OF PRIVACY

    No.5, September

    pp. 505-534

    PAVLOS ELEFTHERIADIS

    LAW AND SOVEREIGNTY

    No.5, September

    pp. 535-569

    DAVID ELLERMAN

    INALIENABLE RIGHTS: A LITMUS TEST FOR LIBERAL THEORIES OF JUSTICE

    No.5, September

    pp. 571-599

    JORDI FERRER BELTRAN, GIOVANNI B. RATTI

    VALIDITY AND DEFEASIBILITY IN THE LEGAL DOMAIN

    No.5, September

    pp. 601-626

    DAN PRIEL

    DESCRIPTION AND EVALUATION IN JURISPRUDENCE

    No.6, November

    pp. 633-667

    JON GARTHOFF

    LEGITIMACY IS NOT AUTHORITY

    No.6, November

    pp. 669-694

    S. STEWART BRAUN

    HISTORICAL ENTITLEMENT AND THE PRACTICE OF BEQUEST: IS THERE A MORAL RIGHT OF BEQUEST?

    No.6, November

    pp. 695-715

    MATTHEW LISTER

    IMMIGRATION, ASSOCIATION, AND THE FAMILY

    No.6, November

    pp. 717-745

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    DAVID ALM

    PROMISES, RIGHTS AND CLAIMS

    No.1, January

    pp. 51-76

    MICHAEL PLAXTON

    REFLECTIONS ON WALDRON'S ARCHETYPES

    No.1, January

    pp. 77-103

    MAKSYMILIAN DEL MAR

    CONCERTED PRACTICES AND THE PRESENCE OF OBLIGATIONS: JOINT ACTION IN COMPETITION LAW AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY

    No.1, January

    pp. 105-140

    YOSSI NEHUSHTAN

    RELIGIOUS CONSCIENTIOUS EXEMPTIONS

    No.2, March

    pp. 143-166

    LUIS DUARTE DALMEIDA

    LEGAL STATEMENTS AND NORMATIVE LANGUAGE

    No.2, March

    pp. 167-199

    JESSE MERRIAM

    THE STOICS AND LEGAL CONSERVATIVES: STRANGE BEDFELLOWS OR JUST STRANGE FELLOWS?

    No.2, March

    pp. 201-251

    SUZANNE UNIACKE

    PROPORTIONALITY AND SELF- DEFENSE

    No.3, May

    pp. 253-272

    IVO ENTCHEV

    A RESPONSE- DEPENDENT THEORY OF PRECEDENT

    No.3, MAy

    pp. 273-290

    KJARTAN KOCH MIKALSEN

    IN DEFENSE OF KANT'S LEAGUE OF STATES

    No.3, May

    pp. 291-317

    ANTHONY R. REEVES

    JUDICIAL PRACTICAL REASON: JUDGES IN MORALLY IMPERFECT LEGAL ORDERS

    No.3, May

    pp. 319-352

    SAUL SMILANSKY

    HARD DETERMINISM AND PUNISHMENT: A PRACTICAL REDUCTIO

    No.3, May

    pp. 353-367

    MICHAEL STEVEN GREEN

    LEITER ON THE LEGAL REALISTS

    No.4, July

    pp. 381-418

    MARK GREENBERG

    NATURALISM IN EPISTEMOLOGY AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF LAW

    No.4, July

    pp. 419-451

    MARK GREENBERG

    IMPLICATIONS OF INDETERMINACY: NATURALISM IN EPISTEMOLOGY AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF LAW II

    No.4, July

    pp. 453-476

    JULIE DICKSON

    ON NATURALIZING JURISPRUDENCE: SOME COMMENTS ON BRIAN LEITER'S VIEW OF WHAT JURISPRUDENCE SHOULD BECOME

    No.4, July

    pp. 477-497

    BRIAN LEITER

    NATURALIZED JURISPRUDENCE AND AMERICAN LEGAL REALISM REVISITED

    No.4, July

    pp. 499-516

    JONATHAN GILMORE

    EXPRESSION AS REALIZATION: SPEAKERS' INTERESTS IN FREEDOM OF SPEECH

    No.5, September

    pp. 517-539

    ROBERT WESTMORELAND

    REALIZING 'POLITICAL' NEUTRALITY

    No.5, September

    pp. 541-573

    MASSIMO RENZO

    STATE LEGITIMACY AND SELF- DEFENCE

    No.5, September

    pp. 575-601

    MARK J. BENNETT

    HART AND RAZ ON THE NON- INSTRUMENTAL MORAL VALUE OF THE RULE OF LAW: A RECONSIDERATION

    No.5, September

    pp. 603-635

    JOHN M. COLLINS

    WHY THE DEBATE BETWEEN ORIGINALISTS AND EVOLUTIONISTS RESTS ON A SEMANTIC MISTAKE

    No.6, November

    pp. 645-684

    PAULA GAIDO

    THE PURPOSE OF LEGAL THEORY: SOME PROBLEMS WITH JOSEPH RAZ'S VIEW

    No.6, November

    pp. 685-698

    ALEXANDER BROWN

    JUSTIFYING COMPENSATION FOR FRUSTRATED LEGITIMATE EXPECTATIONS

    No.6, November

    pp. 699-728

    DAVID MARTINEZ-ZORRILLA

    THE STRUCTURE OF CONFLICTS OF FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL RIGHTS

    No.6, November

    pp. 729-749

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    ANNE BARRON

    KANT, COPYRIGHT AND COMMUNICATIVE FREEDOM

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-48

    CHRISTOPHER ESSERT

    A DILEMMA FOR PROTECTED REASONS

    No.1, January

    pp. 49-75

    TOM WALKER

    ULYSSES CONTRACTS IN MEDICINE

    No.1, January

    pp. 77-98

    GARY CHARTIER

    ENFORCING THE LAW AND BEING A STATE

    No.1, January

    pp. 99-123

    JEREMY WILLIAMS

    SEX- SELECTIVE ABORTION: A MATTER OF CHOICE

    No.2, March

    pp. 125-159

    ALESSANDRO SPENA

    THE STRANGE CASE OF THE PROTECTIVE PERIMETER: LIBERTIES AND CLAIMS TO NON- INTERFERENCE

    No.2, March

    pp. 161-184

    CHRISTIE HARTLEY, LORI WATSON

    POLITICAL LIBERALISM, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY

    No.2, March

    pp. 185-212

    LARRY ALEXANDER

    WHAT'S INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE LAW?

    No.2, March

    pp. 213-241

    DEREK J. ETTINGER

    GENES, GESTATION, AND SOCIAL NORMS

    No.3, May

    pp. 243-268

    KRISTIAN SKAGEN EKELI

    THE POLITICAL RIGHTS OF ANTI- LIBERAL- DEMOCRATIC GROUPS

    No.3, May

    pp. 269-297

    YOUNGJAE LEE

    PUNISHING DISLOYALTY? TREASON, ESPIONAGE, AND THE TRANSGRESSION OF POLITICAL BOUNDARIES

    No.3, May

    pp. 299-342

    ORI J. HERSTEIN

    DEFENDING THE RIGHT TO DO WRONG

    No.3, May

    pp. 343-365

    AVIHAY DORFMAN

    REASONABLE CARE: EQUALITY AS OBJECTIVITY

    No.4, July

    pp. 369-407

    DAMIANO CANALE

    LOOKING FOR THE NATURE OF LAW: ON SHAPIRO'S CHALLENGE

    No.4, July

    pp. 409-441

    MASSIMO RENZO

    CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND THE LIMITS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

    No.4, July

    pp. 443-476

    NEIL LEVY

    SKEPTICISM AND SANCTION: THE BENEFITS OF REJECTING MORAL RESPONSIBILITY

    No.5, September

    pp. 477-493

    JOEL ANDERSON, RUTGER CLAASSEN

    SAILING ALONE: TEENAGE AUTONOMY AND REGIMES OF CHILDHOOD

    No.5, September

    pp. 495-522

    REEM SEGEV

    JUSTIFICATION UNDER UNCERTAINTY

    No.5, September

    pp. 523-563

    BAS VAN DER VOSSEN

    THE ASYMMETRY OF LEGITIMACY

    No.5, September

    pp. 565-592

    EKOW N. YANKAH

    WHEN JUSTICE CAN'T BE DONE: THE OBLIGATION TO GOVERN AND RIGHTS IN THE STATE OF TERROR

    No.6, November

    pp. 643-672

    JOANNA MARY FIRTH, JONATHAN QUONG

    NECESSITY, MORAL LIABILITY, AND DEFENSIVE HARM

    No.6, November

    pp. 673-701

    S. MATTHEW LIAO

    INTENTIONS AND MORAL PERMISSIBILITY: THE CASE OF ACTING PERMISSIBLY WITH BAD INTENTIONS

    No.6, November

    pp. 703-724

    VERONICA RODRIGUEZ-BLANCO

    DOES KELSEN'S NOTION OF LEGAL NORMATIVITY REST ON A MISTAKE?

    No.6, November

    pp. 725-752

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    Douglas Husak

    Retributivism In Extremis

    No.1, January

    pp. 3- 31

    Leo Zaibert

    The Instruments of Abolition, or Why Retributivism is the Only Real Justification of Punishment

    No.1, January

    pp. 33- 58

    Adil Ahmad Haque

    Retributivism The Right and the Good

    No.1, January

    pp. 59- 82

    Mitchell N. Berman

    Rehabilitating Retributivism

    No.1, January

    pp. 83- 108

    R. A. Duff

    Punishment and the Duties of Offenders

    No.1, January

    pp. 109- 127

    Francois Tanguay-Renaud

    Victor s Justice The Next Best Moral Theory of Criminal Punishment

    No.1, January

    pp. 129- 157

    Larry Alexander

    Can Self-Defense Justify Punishment?

    No. 2-3, March

    pp. 159- 175

    Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Rethinking The Ends of Harm

    No. 2-3, March

    pp. 177- 198

    Vera Bergelson

    The Duty to Protect the Victim Or the Duty to Suffer Punishment?

    No. 2-3, March

    pp. 199- 215

    Alec Walen

    Wrongdoing Without Motives Why Victor Tadros is Wrong About Wrongdoing and Motivation

    No. 2-3, March

    pp. 217- 240

    Victor Tadros

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    No. 2-3, March

    pp. 241- 325

    Federico Picinali

    A Retributive Justification for not Punishing Bare Intentions or: On the Moral Relevance of the Now-Belief

    No.4, July

    pp. 385- 403

    Arthur Yates

    A Hohfeldian Analysis of Hobbesian Rights

    No.4, July

    pp. 405- 434

    Saba Bazargan

    Proportionality, Territorial Occupation, and Enabled Terrorism

    No.4, July

    pp. 435- 457

    Goran Duus-Otterstrom

    Why Retributivists Should Endorse Leniency in Punishment

    No.4, July

    pp. 459- 483

    Andrew Cornford

    Indirect Crimes

    No.4, July

    pp. 485- 514

    Eleanor Curran

    An Immodest Proposal Hobbes Rather than Locke Provides a Forerunner for Modern Rights Theory

    No.4, July

    pp. 515- 538

    John Kleinig, Nicholas G. Evans

    Human Flourishing, Human Dignity, and Human Rights

    No.5, September

    pp. 539- 564

    Paul Gowder

    The Rule of Law and Equality

    No.5, September

    pp. 565- 618

    Daniel Halliday

    Is Inheritance Morally Distinctive

    No.5, September

    pp. 619- 644

    Matthew Lister

    Who are Refugees

    No.5, September

    pp. 645- 671

    Andrew Sepielli

    The Law s Majestic Equality

    No.6, November

    pp. 673- 700

    Robert Mark Simpson

    Dignity, Harm, and Hate Speech

    No.6, November

    pp. 701- 728

    Vincent Chiao

    Punishment and Permissibility in the Criminal Law

    No.6, November

    pp. 729- 765

    Kristen Rundle

    Form and Agency in Raz s Legal Positivism

    No.6, November

    pp. 767- 791

    Peter Rijpkema

    The Rule of Law Beyond Thick and Thin

    No.6, November

    pp. 793- 816

    Law and Philosophy, 2014, Vol.33

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    Gideon Yaffe

    Intending to Aid

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-40

    Douglas Husak

    Abetting a Crime

    No.1, January

    pp. 41-73

    Blain Neufeld, Chad Van Schoelandt

    Political Liberalism, Ethos Justice, and Gender Equality

    No.1, January

    pp. 75-104

    Jacob Weinrib

    Permissive Laws and the Dynamism of Kantian Justice

    No.1, January

    pp. 105-136

    Adam Slavny

    Negating and Counterbalancing: A Fundamental Distinction in the Concept of a Corrective Duty

    No.2, March

    pp. 143-173

    Hallie Liberto

    The Moral Specification of Rights: A Restricted Account

    No.2, March

    pp. 175-206

    Tamar Meisels

    Assassination: Targeting Nuclear Scientists

    No.2, March

    pp. 207-234

    Adam Omar Hosein

    Doing, Allowing, and the State

    No.2, March

    pp. 235-264

    Jonathan Quong

    Introduction to the Symposium on Fabre s Cosmopolitan War

    No.3, May

    pp. 265-280

    David Rodin