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    P. H. Schwartz (1989). "His Majesty the Baby": Narcissism and Royal Authority. Political Theory 17 (2):266-290.
    The child shall have things better than his parents: he shall not be subject to the necessities which they have recognized as dominating life. Illness, death, renunciation of enjoyment, restrictions on his own will, shall not touch him; the laws of nature, like those of society, are to be abrogated in his favor; he is really to be the center and heart of creation, “His Majesty the Baby,” as we once fancied ourselves to be.... At the weakest point of all (...)
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    P. H. Schwartz (1990). Rejoinder to Springborg. Political Theory 18 (4):686-689.
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    P. H. Schwartz & M. W. Kalichman (2009). Ethical Challenges to Cell-Based Interventions for the Central Nervous System: Some Recommendations for Clinical Trials and Practice. American Journal of Bioethics 9 (5):41-43.
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