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van Parijs, Philippe

VAN PARIJS, Philippe

VAN PARIJS, Philippe. Belgian, b. 1951. Genres: Economics, Social sciences, Philosophy. Career: Belgian National Science Foundation, junior research fellow, 1974-80, senior research fellow, 1980-91; Catholic University of Louvain, Louvain, Belgium, part-time lecturer, 1980-91, Hoover Professor of Economic and Social Ethics, 1991-. Visiting fellow and professor at universities worldwide. Publications: Evolutionary Explanation in the Social Sciences: An Emerging Paradigm, 1981; Le Modele economique et ses rivaux: Introduction a la pratique de l'epistemologie des sciences sociales, 1990; Qu'est-ce qu'une societe juste? Introduction a la pratique de la philosophie politique, 1991; Marxism Recycled, 1993; Real Freedom for All: What (If Anything) Can Justify Capitalism?, 1995; Sauver la solidarite, 1995; Solidariteit voor de 21ste eeuw, 1996; Refonder la solidarite, 1996; (with C. Arnsperger) Ethique econmique et sociale, 2000; What's Wrong with a Free Lunch?, 2001. EDITOR: (with J. Ladriere) Fondements d'une theorie de la justice: Essais critiques sur la philosophie politique de John Rawls, 1984; (with F. De Roose) La Pensee ecologiste: Essai d'inventaire a l'usage de ceux qui la pratiquent comme de ceux qui la craignent, 1991; (with J.M. Chaumont) Les Limites de l'ineluctable: Penser la liberte au seuil du troiseme millenaire, 1991; Arguing for Basic Income: Ethical Foundations for a Radical Reform, 1992; Ni ghetto ni tour d'ivoire: L'ethique economique et sociale aujourd-hui, 1993. Address: Chaire Hoover d'Ethique Economique et Sociale, 3 Place Montesquieu, B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. On- line address: [email protected]

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