1. Graham F. Wagstaff (2002). Altruism, Self-Control, and Justice: What Aristotle Really Said. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (2):278-279.
    As support for his position, Rachlin refers to the writings of Aristotle. However, Aristotle, like many social psychological theorists, would dispute the assumptions that altruism always involves self-control, and that altruism is confined to acts that have group benefits. Indeed, for Aristotle, as for equity theory and sociobiology, justice exists partly to curb the unrestrained actions of those altruists who are a social liability.
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  2. Graham F. Wagstaff (1991). No Conscious or Co-Conscious? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14 (4):700.
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  3. Graham F. Wagstaff (1986). State Versus Nonstate Paradigms of Hypnosis: A Real or a False Dichotomy? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 9 (3):486.
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