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2007Is Evil Action Qualitatively Distinct from Ordinary Wrongdoing?Russell, Luke; PhilosophyIs Evil Action Qualitatively Distinct from Ordinary Wrongdoing?, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, vol.85,(4),2007,pp 659-677
2007Hegel, Recognition and Rights: 'Anerkennung' as a Gridline of the Philosophy of RightsLawrenz, Jurgen; Centre Continuing EducationHegel, Recognition and Rights: 'Anerkennung' as a Gridline of the Philosophy of Rights, Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, vol.3,(2-3),2007,pp 256-272
2007Evil-revivalism versus evil-skepticismRussell, Luke; PhilosophyEvil-revivalism versus evil-skepticism, Journal of Value Inquiry, vol.40,(1),2007,pp 89-105
2007What Even Consequentialists Should Say About the VirtuesRussell, Luke; PhilosophyWhat Even Consequentialists Should Say About the Virtues, Utilitas, vol.19,(4),2007,pp 466-486
2007Hegel, Fichte and the Pragmatic Contexts of Moral JudgementRedding, Paul; PhilosophyHegel, Fichte and the Pragmatic Contexts of Moral Judgement in German idealism : contemporary perspectives, Routledge, 2007, pp. 225-242