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  1. David Sidorsky (2013). Razón, igualdad y el dilema de la práctica. Apuntes Filosóficos 2 (3).
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  2. Roberto Bravo & David Sidorsky (2012). Correspondencia. Apuntes Filosóficos 5.
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  3. David Sidorsky (2012). Contextualismo, pluralismo y justicia distributiva. Apuntes Filosóficos 5.
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  4. John Dewey & David Sidorsky (2008). The Later Works of John Dewey, Volume 3, 1925 - 1953: 1927-1928, Essays, Reviews, Miscellany, and "Impressions of Soviet Russia". [REVIEW] Southern Illinois University Press.
    "Essays, reviews, miscellany, and "Impressions of Soviet Russia"--Jacket.
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  5. David Sidorsky, Sidney Hook. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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  6. David Sidorsky (2001). Incomplete Routes to Moral Objectivity: Four Variants of Naturalism. Social Philosophy and Policy 18 (02):177-.
    The search for moral objectivity has been constant throughout the history of philosophy, although interpretations of the nature and scope of objectivity have varied. One aim of the pursuit of moral objectivity has been the demonstration of what may be termed its epistemological thesis , that is, the claim that the truth of assertions of the goodness or rightness of moral acts is as legitimate, reliable, or valid as the truth of assertions involving other forms of human knowledge, such as (...)
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  7. David Sidorsky (1987). Moral Pluralism and Philanthropy. Social Philosophy and Policy 4 (02):93-.
    The idea of moral pluralism generates a dilemma for the practice of philanthropy. Characteristically, the practice of philanthropy assumes unity, coherence, or convergence among the diverse virtues and moral aims that it pursues. In the philanthropic tradition, it is recognized that the goals of a particular philanthropy will vary. Yet, if these are sincere expressions of the philanthropic will, each represents some portion of the manifold activity of “doing good” according to particularized choice or style. The relevant analogy should be (...)
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  8. David Sidorsky (1983). Contextualism, Pluralism, and Distributive Justice. Social Philosophy and Policy 1 (01):172-.
    THE INAPPLICABILITY THESIS There is a gap between the idea of distributive justice and the many factors that are morally relevant for decision making on economic issues. Only to a degree can this gap be attributed to the distance between “ideal reach” and “practical grasp,” to the legitimate difference in detail between an abstractly delineated economic scenario and a concrete set of circumstances, and to the disparate idioms and metaphors of theoretical and practical discourse. Rather, the gap indicates a fundamental (...)
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  9. David Sidorsky (1968). Are Rules of Moral Thinking Neutral? A Note on Liberty and Equality. Mind 77 (308):569-571.
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  10. David Sidorsky (1965). A Note on Three Criticisms of Von Wright. Journal of Philosophy 62 (24):739-742.
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  11. David Sidorsky (1962). The Nature of Disagreement in Social Philosophy: Four Criticisms of Liberalism. Dissertation, Columbia University
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