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CONTENTS
EDITORIAL ……………………………………………………… Tony Skillen
ARTICLES
New Right Utopias
Doctrinaire Liberalism
Morality, Masculinity and the Market
Beyond the Market? Comments on Boris Frankel
The Historical Obsolescence of Market Socialism – A Reply to Alec Nove
A Reply to Boris Frankel’ s Reply
Nove and Frankel on Unproductive Labour
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Michael Walzer: Spheres of Justice
Raymond Plant: Equality, Markets and the State
Patricia White: Beyond Domination
David E. Cooper: Authenticity and Learning
Roland Barthes: Selected Writings
Manfred Riedel: Between Tradition and Revolution
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Anthony Arblaster
Ross Poole
Alec Nove
Boris Frankel
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Chris Arthur
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Chris Arthur
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INDEX OF OUR FIRST TEN YEARS
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Introduction, Roy Edgly
Philosophers
Birth of the subject, Colin Gordon
Kant as a problem for Marxism, Martin Barker
Introduction to Derrida, D. Co Wood
Locke, Hegel, Marx, Chris Arthur
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Marxism and Social Science

Truth and practice, Andrew Collier
Who makes history?, John Mepham
Reason as dialectic, Roy Edgley
Realism and social science, Ted Benton
On the theory of ideology, Jacques Ranciere
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Morality and Politics

Mental illness as a moral concept, Se an Sayers
Moral philosophy without morality?, Richard Norman
Liberal democratic ideology under strain, John Krige

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Philosophy and Gender

Feminism: history and morality, Jean Grimshaw
Masters, slaves and others, Genevieve Lloyd
Did man make language?, Alison Assiter
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Confrontations

Discourse fever, Tony Skillen
Marxist modes, Jona than Ree
The ‘New Philosophers’, Peter Dews
The REAL meaning of conservatism, Andrew Belsey
Edifying Discourses, Joe McCarney
Videotics, Richard Osborne

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