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 Gerald F. Gaus - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Gerald F. Gaus (1952-2020), American philosopher. His major works include Public Reason and Diversity: Reinterpretations of Liberalism (2022), The Open Society and Its Complexities (2021), and The Tyranny of the Ideal: Justice in a Diverse Society (2016). His fields of specialization were political philosophy, public reason, liberalism, justice, and diversity.

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Author Item    More authors for concept
Gaus, Gerald F. Autonomy   Autonomy
Gaus, Gerald F. Egalitarianism   Egalitarianism
Gaus, Gerald F. Hobbes   Hobbes
Gaus, Gerald F. Institutional Utilitarianism   Institutional Utilitarianism
Gaus, Gerald F. Kant   Kant
Gaus, Gerald F. Liberalism   Liberalism
Gaus, Gerald F. Libertarianism   Libertarianism
Gaus, Gerald F. Market Anarchism   Market Anarchism
Gaus, Gerald F. Mill   Mill
Gaus, Gerald F. Minimal State   Minimal State
Gaus, Gerald F. Perfectionism   Perfectionism
Gaus, Gerald F. Preference Utilitarianism   Preference Utilitarianism
Gaus, Gerald F. Rawls   Rawls
Gaus, Gerald F. Utilitarian Liberalism   Utilitarian Liberalism
Gaus, Gerald F. Utilitarianism   Utilitarianism

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-06-15