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  1. John Rawls' Theory of Social Justice.Gene Blocker & Elizabeth Smith (eds.) - 1980 - Ohio University Press.
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    John Rawls' Theory of Social Justice: An Introduction.D. D. Raphael, H. Gene Blocker & Elizabeth H. Smith - 1982 - Philosophical Quarterly 32 (127):190.
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    A Right Way, Wrong Way and Better Way for Energy Engineers to Work with Aboriginal Communities.Andrea Duff, Deanne Hanchant-Nichols, Brad Bown, Sithara H. P. W. Gamage, Bronte Nixon, Petra Nisi, Jayne Boase & Elizabeth Smith - 2020 - In Gunter Bombaerts, Kirsten Jenkins, Yekeen A. Sanusi & Wang Guoyu (eds.), Energy Justice Across Borders. Springer Verlag. pp. 45-68.
    Aboriginal Australians have an intrinsic relationship to Country, kinship and community. The processes related to colonisation have decimated traditional lifestyles, ecology and even families. The challenge for energy engineers lies in the ability to reconcile the profession of engineering with the contemporary and traditional cultural and physical needs of Aboriginal people. A discussion around Aboriginal peoples’ most deeply held values will be linked to both global and professional ethical canons. This discussion has implications for Aboriginal and Indigenous peoples globally. A (...)
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    Antania: A World Without Rights.Elizabeth Smith - 1977 - Philosophy Research Archives 3:862-878.
    In "Antania: A World Without Rights" I argue against attempts to model moral rights on legal rights because they make moral rights appear as accidental rather than necessary features of a moral system. The device of constructing a hypothetical model of a moral system, Antanla, is used to show that crucial features of a moral system, individual moral responsibility, and praise and blame are conceptually related to Individual moral rights and hence that any moral system must contain moral rights as (...)
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    Another Way to Derive an 'Ought' From an 'Is'.Elizabeth Smith - 1978 - Philosophy Research Archives 4:247-256.
    In Speech Acts John Searle reframed his derivation of 'ought' from 'is' in order to eliminate the controversial ceteris paribus premises. I argue that the elimination of the first ceteris paribus is satisfactory but that the elimination of renders questionable his claim that an 'ought' statement follows from the premises categorically. Further I argue that the use of dilemma in the proof will enable us to show that an 'ought' statement follows from the premises whether everything is equal or not. (...)
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  6. How Are Rocks the Same and Different?Elizabeth Smith - forthcoming - Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy.
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    Storia dell'architettura medievale: L'Occidente europeo.Renato Bonelli, Corrado Bozzoni, Vittorio Franchetti Pardo.Elizabeth Smith - 2000 - Speculum 75 (1):160-162.
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    Ultimate Principles.Elizabeth Smith - 1976 - Philosophy Research Archives 2:415-428.
    The purpose of this paper is to consider the frequently held view that since obligation is a rule-dependent concept it can be explicated by reference to rules. H.L.A. Hart's attempt to explicate the normative character of a legal system in terms of rules is examined and it is shown that the notion that obligation is rule-dependent necessitates that there be an ultimate rule in the legal system, that if obligation is rule-dependent and there is an ultimate rule in the legal (...)
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