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Jeremy Waldron, NYU, School of Law, "Philosophical Foundations for Migration Law"
Roy Sorensen, Washington University in St. Louis, "Never Ending News"
Kok-Chor Tan, University of Pennsylvania, "International Territorial Rights: An Institutional Account"
Victor Tadros, University of Warwick School of Law, "A Moral Law for War"
Samantha Harris, Foundation of Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), "Due Process and Sexual Misconduct on Campus"
Jason Stanley, Yale University, "The War on Thugs: Propaganda, Politics, and Mass Incarceration"
Samuel Scheffler, New York University, "Why Worry About Future Generations?"
Douglas Husak, Rutgers University, "Why Does Our Punitive Drug Policy Persist? A Speculative Thesis"
Alexander Nahamas, Princeton University, "Can the Art of Living Be Taught?"
Philip Pettit, Princeton, "Democracy and Justice"
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Duke University, "Are Psychopaths Responsible?"
Philip Kitcher, Columbia University, "Ethics as a Human Project"
Michael Bratman, Stanford University, "The Philosophical Significance of the Human Ability to Plan"
Ronald Dworkin, New York University School of Law, "Religion Without God"
Margaret Gilbert, University of California, Irvine, "Dark Duties: Does "I was ordered to do it" excuse a bad action?"
Larry Temkin, Rutgers University, "Rethinking the Good: Moral Ideas and the Nature of Practical Reasoning"
Samuel Freeman, University of Pennsylvania, "Social Bases of Distributive Justice"
Holmes Ralston Ill, Colorado State University, "The Future of Environmental Ethics"
Elliott Sober, University of Wisconsin-Madison, "What's Wrong with Intelligent Design Theory?"
Daniel Dennett, Tufts University, "Darwin, Meaning, Truth & Morality"
Nel Noddings, Stanford University, "Public Schools in Peril: A Threat to Democracy?"
Richard Rorty, Stanford University, "The Priority of Imagination over Reason"
Judith Thomson, MIT, "On Some Human Rights"
Virginia Held, Virginia Held, CUNY, "The Caring Person"
John Perry, Stanford University, "Is there Hope for Compatibilism?"
Peter Singer, Princeton University, "Ethics and the Global Community"
Glenn McGee, University of Pennsylvania, "What's in the Dish? Stem Cells and the New Ethics of Human Development"
Louise Antony, Ohio State University, "Natures, Norms and the Foundations of Liberalism"
Theodore Glasser, Stanford University, "Accountability in Journalism: What's Missing, What's Needed"
Paul Churchland, University of California, San Diego, "How the Brain Embodies Moral Knowledge: New Insights from Neural Network Theory"
Mark Sagoff, University of Maryland, "Is the Environmental Crisis Over"
Michael Krausz, Bryn Mawr College, "Chosing What One is Cut To Be: Reflections on David Norton”.
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