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  1. Robert N. Van Wyk (1999). James P. Sterba, Justice for Here and Now Reviewed By. Philosophy in Review 19 (5):378-380.
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  2. Robert N. Van Wyk (1996). Children and Community: A Reply to Jonathan Schonsheck's “Deconstructing Community Self-Paternalism”. Law and Philosophy 15 (1):75-90.
    Schonsheck attacks views which seek to justify the majority of citizens of a society passing legislation that is designed to serve the purpose of preventing their own first order preferences from changing over time . The issue that I think is more important is a related one, but not precisely the same. It is not whether it is morally permissible for the majority of members of a society to pass legislation designed to prevent their own individual preferences from changing over (...)
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  3. Robert N. van Wyk (1995). Varieties of Liberalism and “Traditional Values”. Social Philosophy Today 10:67-87.
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  4. Robert N. Van Wyk (1990). When is Lying Morally Permissible?: Casuistical Reflections on the Game Analogy, Self-Defense, Social Contract Ethics, and Ideals. [REVIEW] Journal of Value Inquiry 24 (2):155-168.
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  5. Robert N. Van Wyk (1988). Perspectives on World Hunger and the Extent of Our Positive Duties. Public Affairs Quarterly 2 (2):75-90.
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  6. Robert N. Van Wyk (1987). Liberalism, Religion and Politics. Public Affairs Quarterly 1 (3):59-76.
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  7. Robert N. van Wyk (1986). Autonomy Theses Revisited. Faith and Philosophy 3 (4):372-382.