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  1. Judith N. Shklar (forthcoming). Rethinking the Past. Social Research.
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  2. Judith N. Shklar (2008). Antike und Moderne. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 56 (6):976-981.
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  3. Judith N. Shklar (2004). Squaring the Hermeneutic Circle. Social Research: An International Quarterly 71 (3):655-678.
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  4. Judith N. Shklar (2001). in La Nouvelle Helo1se). In Patrick Riley (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Rousseau. Cambridge University Press. 154.
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  5. Judith N. Shklar (1993). Obligation, Loyalty, Exile. Political Theory 21 (2):181-197.
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  6. Judith N. Shklar (1991). Sources of the Self by Charles Taylor. Political Theory 19:105-109.
     
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  7. Judith N. Shklar (1990). Emerson and the Inhibitions of Democracy. Political Theory 18 (4):601-614.
  8. Frank S. Lucash & Judith N. Shklar (eds.) (1986). Justice and Equality Here and Now. Cornell University Press.
  9. Judith N. Shklar (1986). Injustice, Injury, and Inequality: An Introduction. In Frank S. Lucash & Judith N. Shklar (eds.), Justice and Equality Here and Now. Cornell University Press. 13--34.
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  10. Judith N. Shklar (1985). Nineteen Eighty-Four: Should Political Theory Care? Political Theory 13 (1):5-18.
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  11. Judith N. Shklar (1984). Ordinary Vices. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
    A look at political ethics covers cruelty, hypocrisy, snobbery, betrayal and misanthropy, and is accompanied by a description of modern public opinion about ...
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  12. Judith N. Shklar (1983). Book Review:Rousseau's Social Contract: A Conceptual Analysis. John B. Noone, Jr. [REVIEW] Ethics 93 (2):405-.
  13. Judith N. Shklar (1979). The Changing Profile of the National Law. International Studies in Philosophy 11:208-209.
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  14. Judith N. Shklar (1976). Freedom and Independence: A Study of the Political Ideas of Hegel's Phenomenology of Mind. Cambridge University Press.
    Originally published in 1976, this book was written specifically to guide students of political theory who want to understand Hegel's political ideas as they ...
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  15. Judith N. Shklar (1973). Comment on Avineri. Political Theory 1 (4):399-404.
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  16. Judith N. Shklar (1973). Hegel's Phenomenology: The Moral Failures of Asocial Man. Political Theory 1 (3):259-286.
  17. Judith N. Shklar (1969). Men and Citizens: A Study of Rousseau's Social Theory. London, Cambridge U.P..
    This book, first published in 1969 and now made available in paperback with a new foreword by the author, is widely regarded as one of the best studies of Rousseau's thought in any language. In it, Professor Shklar examines Rousseau's central concern: given that modern civilisation is intolerable and a return to the state of nature impossible, how is man to arrange his existence in society? Mrs Shklar emphasises the importance for Rousseau of psychological factors, and shows how, when mediated (...)
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  18. Judith N. Shklar (1964/1986). Legalism: Law, Morals, and Political Trials. Harvard University Press.
    Incisively and stylishly written, this book constitutes an open challenge to reconsider the fundamental question of the relationship of law to society.
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