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Violence; award winning essays in the Council for Philosophical Studies competition.

Author: Robert Audi; Jerome A Shaffer; Council for Philosophical Studies.
Publisher: New York, McKay, 1971.
Series: David McKay college text.
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Violence.
New York, McKay, 1971
(OCoLC)643518724
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Audi; Jerome A Shaffer; Council for Philosophical Studies.
OCLC Number: 131238
Description: xi, 178 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Violence, force and coercion / Ronald B. Miller --
On the meaning and justification of violence / Robert Audi --
Violence and nonviolence / Robert L. Holmes --
Violence and the rule of law / Bernard Harrison.
Series Title: David McKay college text.
Responsibility: Essays by Robert Audi [and others] Introd. by Jerome A. Shaffer, editor.

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