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  1. John A. Weymark, Aanund Hylland & Allan F. Gibbard, Arrow's Theorem with a Fixed Feasible Alternative.
    Arrow's Theorem, in its social choice function formulation, assumes that all nonempty finite subsets of the universal set of alternatives is potentially a feasible set. We demonstrate that the axioms in Arrow's Theorem, with weak Pareto strengthened to strong Pareto, are consistent if it is assumed that there is a prespecified alternative which is in every feasible set. We further show that if the collection of feasible sets consists of all subsets of alternatives containing a prespecified list of alternatives and (...)
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  2. Allan F. Gibbard (2003). Thoughts and Norms. Philosophical Issues 13 (1):83-98.
  3. Allan F. Gibbard (2002). Normative Explanations: Invoking Rationality to Explain Happenings. In Jose Luis Bermudez & Alan Millar (eds.), Reason and Nature. Clarendon.
  4. Allan F. Gibbard (1996). Thoughts, Norms, and Discursive Practices: Commentary on Brandom. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 56 (3):699-717.
  5. Allan F. Gibbard (1996). Visible Properties of Human Interest Only. Philosophical Issues 7:199-208.
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  6. Allan F. Gibbard (1979). Disparate Goods and Rawls' Difference Principle: A Social Choice Theoretic Treatment. Theory and Decision 11 (3):267-288.
    Rawls' Difference Principle asserts that a basic economic structure is just if it makes the worst off people as well off as is feasible. How well off someone is is to be measured by an ‘index’ of ‘primary social goods’. It is this index that gives content to the principle, and Rawls gives no adequate directions for constructing it. In this essay a version of the difference principle is proposed that fits much of what Rawls says, but that makes use (...)
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  7. Allan F. Gibbard (1978). Preference Strength and Two Kinds of Ordinalism. Philosophia 7 (2):255-264.
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  8. Allan F. Gibbard (1965). Rule-Utilitarianism: Merely an Illusory Alternative? Australasian Journal of Philosophy 43 (2):211 – 220.