Ethics (journal)

Ethics (journal)

Infobox Journal
title = Ethics

editor = Henry S. Richardson
discipline = Philosophy, Ethics
language = English
abbreviation = ET
publisher = University of Chicago Press
country = US
frequency = Quarterly
history = 1890 to present
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JSTOR = 00141704
OCLC = 42799275
LCCN = sn99-23442
ISSN = 00141704

"Ethics" is a journal founded in 1890 and published by the University of Chicago Press. The journal publishes 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

* "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

ee also

* List of philosophy journals

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