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Ethics in Philosophical Perspectives

The current issue of Philosophical Perspectives [1] is devoted to ethics, and judging from the titles, looks to have quite a number of very interesting papers. Do check them out!

Volume 23 Issue 1 (December 2009)
DISABILITY AND ADAPTIVE PREFERENCE1 (p 1-22)
Elizabeth Barnes

MODERATE DEONTOLOGY AND MORAL GAPS1 (p 23-43)
Samantha Brennan

DIGNITY’S GAUNTLET (p 45-78)
Remy Debes

RELATIVISM (AND EXPRESSIVISM) AND THE PROBLEM OF DISAGREEMENT (p 79-110)
James Dreier

RECOGNIZED RIGHTS AS DEVICES OF PUBLIC REASON* (p 111-136)
G. F. Gaus

MORAL CONCEPTS AND MOTIVATION1 (p 137-164)
Mark Greenberg

PERFECTLY BALANCED INTERESTS1 (p 165-176)
Caspar Hare

“I’LL BE GLAD I DID IT” REASONING AND THE SIGNIFICANCE OF FUTURE DESIRES (p 177-199)
Elizabeth Harman

THE WILL AS REASON (p 201-220)
Pamela Hieronymi

KANT AND HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION1 (p 221-240)
Thomas Hill

PROGRESSIVE CONSEQUENTIALISM (p 241-251)
Dale Jamieson, Robert Elliot

WELL-BEING AS ENJOYING THE GOOD (p 253-272)
Shelly Kagan

ESTEEM IN THE MORAL ECONOMY OF OPPRESSION (p 273-291)
Rae Langton

ACHIEVING OBJECTIVITY1 (p 293-304)
James Lenman

SIDE CONSTRAINTS AND THE STRUCTURE OF COMMONSENSE ETHICS* (p 305-319)
Theresa Lopez, Jennifer Zamzow, Michael Gill, Shaun Nichols

THE PUZZLE OF PURE MORAL DEFERENCE1 (p 321-344)
Sarah McGrath

INTENTION, PERMISSIBILITY, TERRORISM, AND WAR (p 345-372)
Jeff McMahan

MORAL LUCK: OPTIONAL, NOT BRUTE* (p 373-388)
Michael Otsuka

PROMISING AND OBLIGATION1 (p 389-420)
Thomas Pink

CONSEQUENTIALIST KANTIANISM1 (p 421-438)
Michael Ridge

OBJECTIONABLE THICK CONCEPTS IN DENIALS* (p 439-469)
Pekka Väyrynen

THE PUBLICITY OF REASONS (p 471-497)
R. Jay Wallace

THE “GOOD” AND THE “RIGHT” REVISITED1 (p 499-519)
Ralph Wedgwood