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Volume 84:3 Summer 2022
Elena Ziliotti (Open Access)
Questions for Hierarchical Confucianism
Jason S. Canon
Three General Wills in Rousseau
Gregory A. MacBrayer
Review Essay: Xenophon as Philosopher
Symposium on Katrina Forrester's In the Shadow of Justice: Postwar Liberalism and the Remaking of Political Philosophy
Katrina Forrester, Introduction
Jason Frank, The Specter of Liberal Egalitarianism (Open Access)
Alyssa Battistoni, What else Could Political Thought Do?
Murad Idris, Philosophy in Light of In the Shadow of Justice (Open Access)
Erin Pineda, What Comes After Rawlsianism?
Katrina Forrester, Response
Lucas Swaine, Ethical Autonomy: The Rise of Self-Rule
Julia Maskivker, The Duty to Vote
Aviezer Tucker, Democracy Against Liberalism: Its Rise and Fall
Rachel Hammersley, Republicanism: An Introduction
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