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Articles from Criminal Justice Ethics (June 22, 1994)

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Are moral intuitions self-evident truths? Shweder, Richard A. 6149
Editor's introduction. Heffernan, William C. 867
Emotions, reason, and character. Wilson, James Q. 7787
How we acquire a sense of morality. Eysenck, H.J. 4865
Making Men Moral: Civil Liberties and Public Morality. Richards, David A.J. Book Review 6198
Making sense of social experiences and moral judgments. Turiel, Elliot 5774
Moral authority in law and criminal justice: some reflections on Wilson's 'The Moral Sense.' (James Q. Wilson's 'The Moral Sense') Tyler, Tom R.; Kerstetter, Wayne 5607
Moral innatism, connatural ideas, and impuissance in daily affairs: James Q. Wilson's acrobatic dive into an empty pool. Geis, Gilbert 4718
Moral sense and utopian sensibility. Fox, Robin 3618
On morals and markets. Schwartz, Barry 6124
Sentiments, evaluations, and claims. Gaus, Gerald F. 6635
The immoral sense. Gewirth, Alan 1804
The lawyer as liar. Uviller, H. Richard 4204
The moral sense: ancient and modern. Saxonhouse, Arlene W. 4363
Trapped in a metaphor. Sanday, Peggy Reeves 4795
Universalism and individualism. Buckle, Stephen 3225

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