Jeremy Waldron (NYU): Socioeconomic Rights and Theories of Justice. Roland Pierik and Geoffrey Gordon (Amsterdam): Liberal Political Philosophy: The Role of Non-State Actors and Considerations of Global Justice. Andreas Follesdal (Oslo): Liberal Contractualism: Partial and Particularist, Impartial and Cosmopolitan. Hugo Mercier (Penn) and Helene E. Landemore (Yale): Reasoning is for Arguing: Understanding the Successes and Failures of Deliberation. Nicholas Vrousalis (Louvain): G. A. Cohen's Vision of Socialism and Libertarian Socialism: A Better Reconciliation between Self-Ownership and Equality. From Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, a series of essays on Robert Pippin and Hegel's Practical Philosophy. A review of Equality and Tradition: Questions of Value in Moral and Political Philosophy by Samuel Scheffler. The introduction to The Propriety of Liberty: Persons, Passions, and Judgement in Modern Political Thought by Duncan Kelly. The introduction to Perfecting Parliament: Constitutional Reform, Liberalism, and the Rise of Western Democracy by Roger Congleton. The introduction to Contractualism and the Foundations of Morality by Nicholas Southwood. The introduction to Democratic Rights: The Substance of Self-Government by Corey L. Brettschneider. Hobbes got it wrong: W. G. Runciman wonders whether mistakes matter in the arguments of great philosophers. An interview with Tariq Modood on books on multiculturalism and political theory.

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