Christoph Hanisch: Universal Health Care and Enforced Beneficence
Madeleine Hayenhjelm: Compensation as Moral Repair and as Moral Justification for Risks
David Jenkins: Effort as Responsibility
Lying and Hypocrisy in Politics and Morality, With Ruth Grant
Radicalism and Compromise
LYING AND HYPOCRISY IN POLITICS AND MORALITY, WITH RUTH GRANT
RADICALISM AND COMPROMISE
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