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  1. Graham Dawson (2011). Free Markets, Property Rights and Climate Change: How to Privatize Climate Policy. Libertarian Papers 3.
    The goal has been to devise a strategy that protects as much as possible the rights and liberties of all agents, both users of fossil fuels and people whose livelihoods and territories are at risk if the anthropogenic global warming hypothesis is true. To achieve this goal the standard climate policy instruments, taxes and emissions trading, should be discontinued. There are weaknesses in the theoretical perspectives used to justify these policy instruments and climate science cannot provide the knowledge that would (...)
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  2. Graham Dawson (1997). Raymond Williams. [REVIEW] Radical Philosophy 82.
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  3. Graham Dawson (1997). The Paradox of Authority: Psychoanalysis, History and Cultural Criticism. Angelaki 2 (2):75 – 102.
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  4. Graham Dawson (1997). Exit, Voice and Values in Economic Institutions. Economics and Philosophy 13 (1):87-100.
    Are there worthwhile values and ideals which flourish in the procedures of the state but wither in the transactions of the market? Are there equitable and fulfilling social relationships which are nurtured in the economic sphere but crumble in the political world? There is clearly some truth in the claim that at least in certain circumstances market systems inculcate in people not only ‘honesty and diligence, but also sensitivity to the needs and preferences of others’ . On the other hand, (...)
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  5. Graham Dawson (1985). Perspectivism in the Social Sciences. Philosophy 60 (233):373 - 380.
    The general question to which this paper is addressed is whether knowledge and rationality carry within themselves the seeds of their own destruction. Some of those who set out in search of knowledge come to believe as a result of their inquiries that the object of their quest is not what they had taken it to be; seeking to discover the way the world actually is, they are led to conclude that all they can hope to find is a reflection (...)
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  6. Graham Dawson (1981). Justified True Belief is Knowledge. Philosophical Quarterly 31 (125):315-329.
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  7. Graham Dawson (1981). Objectivism and the Social Construction of Knowledge. Philosophy 56 (217):414 - 423.
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