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Recent issue  20/2 (2013)
Introduction
(Bart Pattyn)
The Limits of Bernard Williamsís Critique of Political Moralism
(Edward Hall)
Inheriting Rights to Reparation. Compensatory Justice and the Passage of Time
(Daniel Butt)
The Philosophical and Ethical Significance of Humour. The Simpsons as Humorous Ethical Truth-Telling
(Dieter Declercq)
Defending the Guilty. A Moral Justification
(Hugo Omar Seleme)
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Ethical Perspectives, June 2013 (vol 20/2)
The June 2013 issue of Ethical Perspectives (vol 20/2) contains:

- Introduction by Bart Pattyn

- The Limits of Bernard Williamsís Critique of Political Moralism by Edward Hall

- Inheriting Rights to Reparation. Compensatory Justice and the Passage of Time by Daniel Butt

- The Philosophical and Ethical Significance of Humour. The Simpsons as Humorous Ethical Truth-Telling by Dieter Declercq

- Defending the Guilty. A Moral Justification by Hugo Omar Seleme

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Citation Index
We are pleased to announce that Ethical Perspectives has been accepted for indexing in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science, the world's leading citation index. Beginning with Vol. 16 (1) 2009, our publication will be indexed and abstracted in their Arts and Humanities
Citation Index, Current Contents/Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences Citation Index, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, and Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences.

Ethical Perspectives, March 2013 (vol 20/1)
The March 2013 issue of Ethical Perspectives (vol 20/1) contains:
- Introduction: Critical Perspectives on Global Politics and Globalization, by Annelies Decat
- In The Beginning There Was and Will Have Been the World or Who's Afraid of the Nation-State?, by Andrťa B. Gill
- Cosmopolitan Ethics from Below, by Gilbert Leung
- Care Drain as an Issue of Global Gender Justice, by Anca Gheaus
- What If We Took Autonomous Recovery Seriously? A Democratic Critique of Contemporary Western Ethical Foreign Policy, by Olivia Umurerwa Rutazibwa
- Obamacare and Conscientious Objection. Some Introductory Thoughts, by Nir Eyal and Axel Gosseries
- Religious Liberty, Conscience, and the Affordable Care Act, by Holly Fernandez Lunch
- Conscience and Health, by Elizabeth Fenton
- Taxation, Conscientious Objection and Religious Freedom, by Annabelle Lever
- Can Moral Integrity Warrant Opposition to Tax-Funded Healthcare?, by Noam Zohar
- Conscientious Objection, Coercion, the Affordable Care Act, and US States, by Glenn Cohen
- The Use and Abuse of Religious Freedom, by Peter Singer

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Aims and Scope of Ethical Perspectives
The primary goal of Ethical Perspectives is the promotion of dialogue between fundamental and applied ethics at an international level. It strives to accomplish this through interdisciplinary collaboration among ethicists and specialists from diverse sciences.

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Contact Information
For submissions and editorial information, please contact the Editorial Office:

Ethical Perspectives
Centre for Ethics, KULeuven
Hollands College
Damiaanplein 9 bus 5306
B-3000 Leuven (Belgium)

Tel.: +32 (16) 32.37.87 (Administrative Editor)
Email: ethical@oce.kuleuven.be

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Peeters Publishers
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Tel. +32 (16) 23.51.70
Email: peeters@peeters-leuven.be
URL: www.peeters-leuven.be

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Prof. Bart Pattyn Editor-in-Chief,
Jelle Zeedijk ,
Griet Galle,
Brian Doyle, Text-Editor

E-mail: ethical@oce.kuleuven.be.

Print ISSN: 1370-0049
Issues per Volume: 4
Publisher: Peeters Publishers, Leuven

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