Volume 6, Issue 4, Fall 1996
Disabled, Not Dead
Rethinking Education for Citizenship
Notes on Public and Personal Character
Social Justice: A Communitarian Perspective
Does a commitment to community require a commitment to social
justice? A leading theorist emphatically answers yes, and presents
the basic principles of such a commitment.
Communitarian Bioethics: A Pious Hope?
New medical procedures are constantly changing the options facing
humanity. One supposed role of bioethics is to critically examine
the potential impact of such options on the community. Unfortunately,
this is a role bioethics seems to have abandoned.
Public Housing Safety versus Tenants Rights
When drug dealers use public housing in the plying of their trade,
should their families face eviction?
On Making Lawyers Truly Officers of the Court
A Communitarian Symposium
A panel of legal experts addresses the following question: Does a
lawyer have commitments beyond those to his or her client? The answer,
perhaps surprisingly, focuses less on lawyers and more on judges.
Freedom, Solidarity, Individual Responsibility: Reflections on the
Relationship Between Politics, Money, and Morality
A leading European Social Democrat calls for the left to meet
A High-Rise Village