• Group Integration 

      Pfeffer, Dan (2014-01-29)
      This dissertation argues that we ought to promote the integration of groups as groups. Group integration is characterised by the process through which a group develops its own institutions and becomes a participatory member ...
    • Liberal Ethics & Political Obligation 

      DeCoste, Jordan (2011-11-02)
      This is a study in the political ethics of liberalism. It uses political obligation theory to shed light on the neutrality-perfectionism debate. My thesis is that neutralism cannot provide a coherent foundation for liberal ...
    • Rule Egalitarianism: The Egalitarian Tilt of Classical Liberalism 

      Melkevik, Asbjorn
      Classical liberalism has wrongly been regarded as an ideology that rejects the welfare state. This study endeavours to replace this far too common reading of the classical liberal tradition with an approach I term “rule ...
    • William Thompson and Anna Wheeler: Equality and Utilitarianism in the 19th Century 

      Kelly, Laura (2015-08-07)
      This dissertation examines the work of William Thompson and Anna Wheeler in relation to more prominent feminist political theorists of the period. It argues that, read in light of Thompson and Wheeler’s "Appeal of One ...