Ethics (journal)

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Discipline Philosophy, Ethics
Language English
Edited by Henry S. Richardson
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Quarterly
ISSN 00141704
LCCN sn99-23442
OCLC no. 42799275

Ethics is an academic journal established in 1890 as the International Journal of Ethics, renamed in 1938, and published since 1923 by the University of Chicago Press. The journal covers scholarly work in moral, political, and legal philosophy from a variety of intellectual perspectives, including social and political theory, law, and economics. In addition to major articles, Ethics also publishes review essays, discussion articles, book reviews, and book notes.

Notable articles[edit]

[according to whom?]

  • "An Epistemic Conception of Democracy" (1986) - Joshua Cohen
  • "Polity and Group Difference" (1989) - Iris Marion Young
  • "Liberal Individualism and Liberal Neutrality" (1989) - Will Kymlicka
  • "Assessing the Communitarian Critique of Liberalism" (1989) - Allen Buchanan
  • "Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty" (1992) - Thomas Pogge
  • "Distributive Justice: What the People Think" (1992) David Miller
  • "Two Concepts of Liberalism" (1995) - William Galston
  • "Trust as an Affective Attitude" (1996) - Karen Jones

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