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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

COLLOQUIUM

"Defending Preferences, Defending Affirmative Action"

James P. Sterba

Department of Philosophy

University of Notre Dame

HOB2 Room 233

Friday, April 5, 2002

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM


James P. Sterba

A Bibliography
Compiled by
Eddie Yeghiayan


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Reviews of James P. Sterba's Books

(with Douglas Rasmussen.) The Catholic Bishops and the Economy: A Debate (1987)

Herrick, Paul. Ethics (October 1988), 99(1):209-210.

The Demands of Justice (1980)

Crowley, Thomas Michael. American Journal of Jurisprudence (1981), 26:235-
Lloyd, Thomas D.A. Philosophical Quarterly (1983), 33:301-305.
Mohan, William J. International Studies in Philosophy (1981), 13(2):120-
Parijs, Ph. Van. Revue Philosophique de Louvain (November 1982), 80:632.
Rabinowitz, Joshua T. Philosophical Review (October 1983), 92:607-613.
Shipka, Thomas A. Philosophical Books (July 1982), 23:181-184.
Strong. Perspective (January-February 1981), 10(1):3.
Theological Studies (June 1981), 42(2):324.

Edited. Earth Ethics: Introductory Readings on Animal Rights and Enviornmental Ethics (2000)

Foltz, R. Journal of Agricultural & Enviornmental Ethics (2000), 13(3):267-268.

James P. Sterba, et al. The Ethics and Politics of Humanitarian Intervention (1996)

Sisk, Timothy D. American Political Science Review (June, 1998), 92(2):497-498.

Edited. The Ethics of War and Nuclear Deterrence (1985)


Hardin, Russell. Ethics (April 1985), 95(3):763-
Werner, Richard. Journal of Social Philosophy (Winter 1987), 18:49-50.

Edited (with Creighton Peden.) Freedom, Equality, and Social Change (1989)

Corea, P.V. Idealistic Studies (September 1992), 22(3):234-235.
Ross, Steven. Ethics (April 1991), 101(3):670.

How to Make People Just: A Practical Reconciliation of Alternative Conceptions of Justice (1988)

De George, Richard T. Teaching Philosophy (June 1990), 13(2):167-168.

Montague, Philip. Nous (December 1992), 26(4):543-545.
Machan, Tibor R. Ethics (January 1990), 100(2):442.

Justice for Here and Now (1998)

Cupit, G. Philosophical Books (2000), 4(3):216-217.
Fricker, Miranda. Mind (July 2001), 110(439):854-857.
Seglow, Jonathan. Philosophical Quarterly (April 2000), 50(199):272-274.
Simon, Robert L. Ethics (October 1999), 110(1):226-229.

Van Wyk, Robert N. Philosophy in Review (October 1999), 19(5):378-380.
Wenz, Peter S. Enviornmental Ethics (Fall 2000), 22(3):311-314.

James P. Sterba, et al. Morality and Social Justice: Point/Counterpoint (1995)

Baker, Brenda M. Teaching Philosophy (June 1996), 19(2):195-198.

Social and Political Philosophy: Classical Western Texts in Feminist and Multicultural Perspectives (1995)

Clark, Paul. Review of Metaphysics (September 1996), 50(1):192-193.

Three Challenges to Ethics: Environmentalism, Feminism, and Multiculturalism (2001)

Gray, B. J. Choice (February 2001), 38(6):1096.

Discussions of James P. Sterba's Work

  • Card, Claudia. "The Road to Lake Wobegon." Journal of Social Philosophy (Winter 1999), 30(3):369-378.

  • Colburn, J. Brooks. "The Libertarian Cancan." Journal of Social Philosophy (Spring 2000), 31(1):44-50.

  • Davenport, John. "Deontology and the Antinomy of Libertarianism: A Response to James Sterba." In Yeager Hudson, ed., Rending and Renewing the Social Order. Lewiston, MD: Mellen Press, 1996.

  • Ellis, Ralph D. "The Moral Significance of Hard Toil: Critique of a Common Intuition." Philosophical Forum (1990), 21(3):343-358.

  • Gallagher, David M. "Gewirth, Sterba, and the Justification of Morality." In Michael Boylan, ed., Gewirth: Critical Essays on Action, Rationality, and Community, pp. 183-189. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1999.

  • Gert, Bernard. "Replies to Three Critics." (James Sterba, David Phillips and Patrick Yarnell.) Journal of Value Inquiry (December 2001), 35(4):455-476.

  • Gewirth, Alan. "Replies to My Colleagues: Reply to James P. Sterba." In Michael Boylan, ed., Gewirth: Critical Essays on Action, Rationality, and Community, pp. 203-206. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1999.

  • Hoffman, Stanley. "Comments on Comments." In Stanley Hoffmann, et. al., The Ethics and Politics of Humanitarian Intervention, pp. 97-99. With contributions by Robert C. Johansen, James P. Sterba, and Raimo Vayrynen. Notre Dame Studies on International Peace. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1996.

  • Holmes, Robert L. "Pacifism for Nonpacifists." Journal of Social Philosophy (Winter 1999), 30(3):387-400.

  • Machan, Tibor R. "Does Libertarianism Imply the Welfare State?" Res Publica (1997), 3(2):131-148.

  • Machan, Tibor R. "The Nonexistence of Basic Welfare Rights." In Tibor R. Machan, ed., Liberty for the Twenty-First Century: Contemporary Libertarian Thought. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1995.

  • Machan, Tibor. "Sterba on Machan's 'Concession'." Journal of Social Philosophy (Summer 2001), 32(2):241-243.

  • Mack, Eric. "Rights, Liberties, and Expectations: A Reply to Sterba and Markie." Ethics (April 1979), 89(3):301-.

  • Narveson, Jan. "Sterba's Program of Philosophical Reconciliation." Journal of Social Philosophy (Winter 1999), 30(3):401-410.

  • Parfit, Derek. "A Reply to Sterba." Philosophy and Public Affairs (Spring 1987), 16(2):193-194.

  • Peffer, Rodney G. "Sterba's Reconciliation Project: A Critique." Journal of Social Philosophy (1992), 2391):132-144.

  • Peffer, Rodney G. "A Failed Reconciliation: Further Reflections on Sterba's Project." Journal of Social Philosophy (1994), 25(1):206-221.

  • Reed, T.M. "On Sterba's 'Retributive Justice'." Political Theory (August 1978), 6(3):373-376.
         On "Retributive Justice." Political Theory (August 1977), 5(3):349-362.

  • Reiman, Jeffrey H. "What Ought 'Ought implies Can' Imply? Comments on James Sterba's 'How to Make People Just'." Journal of Social Philosophy (1991), 22(3):73-80.

  • Reitan, Eric. "The Irreconcilability of Pacifism and Just War Theory: A Response to Sterba."Social Theory and Practice (1994), 20(2):117-134.
  • Stevenson, Brian K. "On the Reconciliation of Anthropocentric and Nonanthropocentric Environmental Ethics." Environmental Values (1996), 5(4):349-361.

  • Tong, Rosemarie. "Feminist Justice: A Study in Difference." Journal of Social Philosophy (1991), 22(3):81-91.

  • Warren, Karen J. "Peacemaking and Philosophy: A Critique of Justice Here and Now." Journal of Social Philosophy (Winter 1999), 30(3):411-423.

  • Wenz, P.S. "Peacemaking in Practice: A Response to Jim Sterba." Enviornmental Ethics (Winter 2000), 22(4):441-442.

  • Young, Iris Marion. "How to Think about Making Institutions Just." Journal of Social Philosophy (1991), 22(3):92-99.


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