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    ""The Moral Flaw in the" Pro-Choice" Position
    The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 4 (4): 701-709. 2004.
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    Toward a Perfected State (review)
    Review of Metaphysics 40 (3): 603-606. 1987.
    We tend to think of the French Revolution as a good idea gone awry--idealism consumed by its antithesis in an orgy of Freudian Oedipal violence. It's difficult for us to credit the theorists of the French Revolution with genius. And yet they did possess genius. They recognized the root tension that exists between the ideals of human liberty and human equality. Individual liberty, freely exercized results in social inequality. Enforced social equality of necessity curtails individual liberty. The…Read more
  • Gandhi and Justice
    Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 7 (3): 17-30. 2004.