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Boxill
BERNARD BOXILL
Professor

Bernard Boxill works in social and political philosophy and African American philosophy. He is the author of Blacks and Social Justice (1984), and is currently finishing a book, Boundaries and Justice, on international ethics and distributive justice. Sample publications: "Morality of Reparations," Social Theory and Practice (1972); "Self-Respect and Protest," Philosophy and Public Affairs (1976); "The Morality of Preferential Hiring," Philosophy and Public Affairs (1978); "Sexual Blindness and Sexual Equality," Social Theory and Practice (1980); "How Injustice Pays," Philosophy and Public Affairs (1980); "Global Equality of Opportunity," Social Philosophy and Policy (1987); "Equality, Discrimination and Preferential Treatment," in A Companion to Ethics, ed. by Singer (1990); "Wilson and the Underclass," Ethics (1990); "Dignity, Slavery and the 13th Amendment," in The Constitution of Rights, ed. by Meyer and Parent (1992); "Two Traditions in African American Political Thought," Philosophical Forum (1993); "On Some Criticisms of Consent Theory," Journal of Social Philosophy (1993); "The Culture of Poverty," Social Philosophy and Policy (1994); "Fear and Shame as forms of moral suasion in the thought of Frederick Douglass, Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society (1995); "Washington, DuBois, and Plessy v. Ferguson," Law and Philosophy (1997); "Power and Poverty, the Prospects for World Peace," in Philosophical Perspecitves on Power and Domination, ed. by Bove and Kaplan (1998).

phone: (919) 962-3328
email: brboxill@email.unc.edu