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  1. J. Martin Stafford (1995). Essays on Sexuality & Ethics. Ismeron.
  2. J. Martin Stafford (1991). The Two Minds of Roger Scruton. Studies in Philosophy and Education 11 (2):187-193.
  3. J. Martin Stafford (1989). In Defence of Sensualism: A Reply to M. J. Newby. Journal of Philosophy of Education 23 (1):123–128.
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  4. J. Martin Stafford (1988). Love and Lust Revisited: Intentionality, Homosexuality and Moral Education. Journal of Applied Philosophy 5 (1):87-100.
  5. J. Martin Stafford (1988). In Defence of Gay Lessons. Journal of Moral Education 17 (1):11-20.
    Abstract The arguments against the positive treatment of homosexuality depend on such false premises as that it is an illness or is socially subversive or that homosexuals are necessarily promiscuous. Since most of the problems are engendered by the intolerance and hostility which flow from unwarranted negative attitudes, these need to be countered by dissemination of correct information and constructive discussion. The term positive image is a relative one without unambiguous denotation. However, many repellent images are projected by homosexuals themselves. (...)
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  6. J. Martin Stafford (1985). Hutcheson, Hume and the Ontology of Morals. Journal of Value Inquiry 19 (2):133-151.
  7. J. Martin Stafford (1985). Public Schools, Private Privilege and Common Sense. Journal of Philosophy of Education 19 (1):137–141.
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  8. J. Martin Stafford (1983). Hume, Spencer and the Standard of Morals. Philosophy 58 (223):39 - 55.
    Philosophy has often been represented by its detractors, and even sometimes by its practitioners, as a subject which, unlike the natural sciences, exhibits a degree of progress far from commensurate with its long history. Many of the questions entertained by the ancients are still very much alive: answers proffered are put forward very tentatively, seldom meet with universal acceptance, and frequently give rise to controversy even more prolific than that which they were intended to lay low.
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  9. J. Martin Stafford (1981). A Rejoinder to Professor Edgley. Journal of Philosophy of Education 15 (2):171–174.
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  10. J. Martin Stafford (1981). Marxism, Neutrality and Education. Journal of Philosophy of Education 15 (2):161–167.
  11. J. Martin Stafford (1979). John Wilson, Prophet of the Sane Society. Journal of Philosophy of Education 13 (1):169–186.
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  12. J. Martin Stafford (1977). On Distinguishing Between Love and Lust. Journal of Value Inquiry 11 (4):292-303.
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