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    Welcome Threats and Coercive Offers.Daniel Lyons - 1975 - Philosophy 50 (194):425 - 436.
    In American legal journals over the last decade there were hundreds of pages of articles worrying over threats to justice and freedom arising from the power to withhold benefits. Government officials have tremendous discretion to offer or withhold foreign aid, ration-books, government contracts and jobs, welfare subsidies, public housing, tariff protection, academic grants, alien resident status, paroles, or exemption from conscription or combat, from arrest or prosecution or imprisonment. Right-wing economists have worried about welfare-state emphasis on administrative discretion rather than (...)
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    The Odd Debt of Gratitude.Daniel Lyons - 1969 - Analysis 29 (3):92 - 97.
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  3. Entitled to complain.Daniel Lyons - 1966 - Analysis 26 (4):119.
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  4. Equality and Excellence.Daniel D. Lyons - 1966 - Ethics 76 (4):302-304.
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    The Last Word on Coercive Offers …(?).Daniel Lyons - 1982 - Philosophy Research Archives 8:393-414.
    A dozen philosophers have recently groped for a formula to pick out coercive offers: when P proposes to give a benefit or withhold a harm for Q’s compliance, when does p’s proposal count as coercive? Five formulae are analyzed here. One account is completely “moralized,” claiming that we can’t pick out coercive offers without first settling questions of rights. Two accounts are completely “non-moral,” using as criterion a baseline of “What would in fact have happened” if P had not wanted (...)
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  6. Christianity and Infallibility.Daniel Lyons - 1891 - The Monist 2:629.
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  7. Hristianity and Infallibility. [REVIEW]Daniel Lyons - 1891 - Ancient Philosophy (Misc) 2:629.
     
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    Entitled to Complain.Daniel Lyons - 1966 - Analysis 26 (4):119 - 122.
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    The Ethics of Redistribution.Daniel Lyons - 1969 - Mind 78 (311):427-432.
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    Is Hart's Rationale for Legal Excuses Workable?Daniel Lyons - 1969 - Dialogue 8 (3):496-502.
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    The Weakness of Formal Equality.Daniel Lyons - 1966 - Ethics 76 (2):146-148.
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    The Last Word on Coercive Offers ….Daniel Lyons - 1982 - Philosophy Research Archives 8:393-414.
    A dozen philosophers have recently groped for a formula to pick out coercive offers: when P proposes to give a benefit or withhold a harm for Q’s compliance, when does p’s proposal count as coercive? Five formulae are analyzed here. One account is completely “moralized,” claiming that we can’t pick out coercive offers without first settling questions of rights. Two accounts are completely “non-moral,” using as criterion a baseline of “What would in fact have happened” if P had not wanted (...)
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