Series: Nomos

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Anarchism by Robert L. HoffmanXIX
Designing Democratic Institutions: Nomos Xlii (Nomos) by Ian ShapiroXLII
Due Process: Nomos XVIII (American Social Experience) by Ronald PennockXVIII
Ethnicity and Group Rights: Nomos XXXIX (Nomos 39) by Ian ShapiroXXIX
Evolution and Morality: NOMOS LII by James E. FlemingLII
Federalism and Subsidiarity: NOMOS LV by James E. FlemingLV
Getting to the Rule of Law: NOMOS L by James E. FlemingL
Majorities and minorities by John William ChapmanXXXII
Moral Universalism and Pluralism: NOMOS XLIX by Henry S. RichardsonXLIX
Passions and Emotions: NOMOS LIII (NOMOS - American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy) by James E. FlemingLIII
Political Exclusion and Domination: NOMOS XLVI (Nomos) by Melissa S. WilliamsXLVI
Property (Nomos) by R. PrnnockXXII
Secession and Self-Determination: NOMOS XLV by Stephen MacedoXLV
Theory and Practice: Nomos Xxxvii (Nomos (Paperback))XXXVII
Virtue by Jean BaechlerXXXIV
Coercion: Nomos XIV (Nomos) by Roland Pennock14
Human nature in politics by J. Roland Pennock17
Virtue by John William Chapman23
Human Rights by J. Roland Pennock27
Authority Revisited by John William Chapman29
Markets and Justice by John William Chapman31
Democratic Community by John W. Chapman35
Child, Family and State: NOMOS XLIV by Stephen Macedo44

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