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    • Bridging the Cultural Divide: A Report on Aboriginal People and Criminal Justice in Canada 

      Chartrand, Paul L.A.H.; Canada. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples ([Ottawa]: The Commission, 1996)
      The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples was estalished on 26 August 1991 by Order in Council P.C. 1991-1597 with the following mandate: "The Commission of Inquiry should investigate the evolution of the relationship ...
    • Disability & Justice: The Practice of Egalitarian Thought 

      RIDDLE, CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER (2012-03-14)
      In what follows, I engage in a wide-ranging discussion that captures the components of a metric of egalitarian justice (that is, the nature of the principles that specify what we aim to distribute equally) best designed ...
    • Perfectionism within Neutrality 

      Lowry, Christopher Robert (2009-07-21)
      This dissertation explores and defends a form of perfectionism, which I call ‘public value perfectionism’. It is an approach that emerges from Sen’s capability critique of Rawls’s doctrine of primary goods and I argue that ...
    • Political Liberalism and the Virtues of Citizens 

      Carini, Stephane (2008-09-25)
      This paper takes as its starting point the fact of reasonable pluralism and defends political liberalism as the best means of accommodating diversity and a plurality of different conceptions of the good. I then ask what ...
    • A Restorative Theory of Criminal Justice 

      McSheffrey, Ryan (2016-10-12)
      In this project, I defend a restorative theory of criminal justice. I argue that the response to criminal wrongdoing in a just society should take the form of an attempt to heal the damage done to the community resulting ...
    • What kind of citizen? Political choices and educational goals 

      Westheimer, Joel; Kahne, Joseph (Faculty of Education, Queen's University, 2003)
      The notion of democracy occupies a privileged place in our society. Educators and policymakers are increasingly pursuing a broad variety of programs that aim to promote democracy through civic education, service learning, ...