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TitleDatePublisherSubtitleCo-authorLink
On Rule by the People2004Beijing, The Commercial Press
Essentials of Logic2004Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, N.J.(with I. M. Copi, Univ. of Hawaii)
Affirmative Action and Racial Preference2003Oxford University Press, NY and London(with James Sterba, U. of Notre Dame)
The Animal Rights Debate2001Rowman & Littlefield, NY, London(with Tom Regan, North Carolina State U.)
Introduction to Logic2001Prentice-Hall, New York, London11th edwith Irving M. Copi
Communism, Fascism and Democracy: The Theoretical Foundations1997McGraw-Hill, N.Y3d Edition
Naked Racial Preference:The Case Against Affirmative Action1995Madison Books, Rowman and Littlefield NY, London
Four Systems1982Random House, N.Y.,
Civil Disobedience: Conscience, Tactics, and the Law1971Columbia University Press, N.Y
Democracy1971,73University of Georgia Press, Athens, 1971 The Free Press, Macmillan, N.Y., 1973Read
Introduction to Logic2004Prentice-Hall, New York, London12th ed.with Irving M. Copi
A Critique of the Alleged Moral Basis of Vegetarianism2004Food for Thoughtedited by Steve Sapontzis, Prometheus Books
Affirmative Action and Diversity2004, January Commentary, Volume 117, No. 1
Winks, Nods, Disguises - and Racial Preference2003, September Commentary, Volume 116, No. 2Read
Treating Animals Humanely; Obligations, Not Rights2002, 12 August The National Law Journal
About Personal Consequences in the Academy When a Professor Opposes Racial Preferences2002, WinterJournal of Blacks in Higher Education, no. 34
Race Preference and the Universities - A Final Reckoning?2001, September Commentary, Vol. 112, No.2Read
The Uses of Race in Admission under Regents v. Bakke1999, WinterThe Journal of Law in Society, volume 1, no. 1, Wayne State University Law School, Detroit
Preference by Race in University Admissions and the Quest for Diversity1998The Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law, Vol 54, 1998, Washington University School of Law
The Corruption that Is Group Preference1998, Summer Academic Questions
Preference by Race is Neither Just nor Wise1998Philosophic Exchange, State University of New York at Brockport
Is Affirmative Action on the Way Out?1998, March Commentary, Vol. 195, No. 3
Fears of Human Cloning are Without Merit1998, 4 March The Detroit News
Do Animals Have Rights?1997Ethics and Behavior, Harvard University, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 91-102
A Very Bad Compromise1997, SpringThe Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
The Equal Protection of the Laws1997, 28 December The Detroit News
Race in University Admissions1997, 25 February The University of Michigan Record, Vol. 52, No. 2
Affirmative Action and Racial Preference at the
University of Michigan
1997, February Declining Standards at Michigan Public Universities, The Mackinac Center for Public Policy
Procreation After Death or Mental Incompetence1996, February Fertility and Sterility, Vol. 66, No. 6(with Dana A. Ohl, M.D, et al)docs/Procreation After Death.pdf
Race, Lies, and HopwoodJune 1996Commentary, Vol. 101, No. 6Read
Concerning Hopwood: A Reply to My CriticsAugust 1996Commentary, Vol. 102, No. 2
Universities Abuse Admissions Powers31 March 1996The Detroit News, Op-Ed
Testimony before the U.S. House of RepresentativesJune-July 1996Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the
Constitution, Washington, D.C., in support of the
Equal Opportunity Act of 1995
An Ethical Perspective on Animal Research15 February 1995Journal of the American Veterinary Association,
Vol. 206, No. 4
What Transplantation Can Teach Us about Health Care Reform24 March 1994The New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 330: 858-6(with M. Benjamin and E. Grochowski)
Ethical Aspects of Animal Research1994in The Role of the Chimpanzee in Research G. Eder, E. Kaiser, and F.A. King, eds., Karger Pub.. Basel
Accusations of Racism26 April 1993The University Record, Ann Arbor
19 June 1992The Detroit Free Press, p. 13AThe Morality of Assisted Suicide
The Case for Presumed Consent to Transplant Human Organs After DeathOctober 1992Transplantation Proceedings, Vol. 24, No. 5 pp. 2168-2172docs/The Case for Presumed Consent.pdf
University Policy on Discriminatory Harassment9 November 1992The University Record, Ann Arbor
The Penalty of Preference23 October 1992The Michigan Daily, Ann Arbor
Philosophical Issues in Regulating Biotechnology6 December 1991Testimony in Proceedings of the Subcommittee on
Technology, Committee on Science, Space, and
Technology, U.S. House of Representatives
Politically Correct Language14 November 1991The Detroit News, p. 15A
The Morality of Transplantation10 July 1991Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 266,

No. 2, pp. 213-214
with M. Benjamin
Alcoholics and Liver Transplantation13 March 1991Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 265, No. 10, pp. 1299-1301with Martin Benjamindocs/Alcoholics and Liver Transplantation.pdf
On the Ethics of Institutions1991Ethics and the Campus, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Washington D.C.,
Animal Experimentation Defended1990The Importance of
Animal Experimentation for Safety and Biomedical
Research, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht,
Netherlands, pp. 7-16
How Not to Argue about Abortion1990, FallMichigan Quarterly Review, Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 567-583docs/How Not to Argue About Abortion.pdf
Free Speech and Political Extremism: How Nasty Are We Free To Be?1989Law and Philosophy 7, pp. 263-279docs/Free Speech and Political Extremism.pdf
Militant Morality: Civil Disobedience and Bioethics1989, November Hastings Center Report, Vol 19, No. 6
Anencephalic Infants as Sources of Transplantable OrgansOctober/November 1988Hastings Center Report, pp. 28-30with Martin Benjamin, et. al.docs/Anencephalic Infants.pdf
What is the Difference between an HIV and a CBC?August/September 1988Hastings Center Report, pp. 18-20
The Case for Federalism in Organ Sharing1987published by the
Transplant Policy Center, Ann Arbor, MI
with Martin Benjamin, et. al.
The Case for the Use of Animals in Biomedical ResearchOctober 2, 1986New England Journal of Medicine 315: 865-870docs/Case for Use of Animals in BioMedResearch.pdf
Naked Racial PreferenceMarch 1986Commentary, Vol. 81, No. 3
Discrimination and Reverse Discrimination1986Law and Philosophy, Vol. 5, p. 135
Philosophical Reflections on the Impact of Coronary Artery Surgery on Patients' Quality of LifeMay 1985Quality of Life and Cardiovascular Care Vol. 1, No. 5;docs/Philo Reflections.pdf
Technology and Political FreedomMarch 1985in Technology and Freedom, Alfred Sloan Foundation, Davidson, N.C.docs/Technology and Political Freedom.pdf
Affirmative Action and the Rights of the Majority1983Minorities, Charles Fried, ed., Dahlem Konferenzen Springer Verlag, N.Y., Tokyo, Berlindocs/AA and the Rights of the Majority.pdf
Introduction to John Dewey, The Middle Works, 1899-1924 Volume 15: 1923-19241983J. A. Boydston, ed., So. Illinois University Press, Carbondale
Who's to the Left? What's to the Right?Spring 1983Rackham Reports, Graduate School of Univ. of Michigan,

Ann Arbor, Vol. 9, No. 1
On the Quality of LifeNovember 1982Circulation, Vol. 66, No. 5; American Heart Association Monograph No. 92docs/On the Quality of Life.pdf
Affirmative Action in Medical School Admissions1981Troubling Problems in Medical Ethics , Alan R. Liss,

N.Y.,
Political Controversy and the University1980Public Policy in the 1980s, Southern University

Conference Proceedings, N. R. Berte, ed., Savannah
Equality, Diversity, and Good FaithJuly 1980Wayne Law Review, Vol. 26, No. 4
On the Right of the Patient to Know1980Ethics, Humanism, and Medicine, M.D. Basson, ed.,

Alan R. Liss, Inc., N.Y.
Philosophy and Public Policy1980Working Papers

The Rockefeller Foundation

New York
Divestiture and ApartheidWinter 1980LSA Magazine, Vol. 3, No. 2, Ann Arbor
Fairness in HousingSeptember 17, 1979Testimony before the Subcommittee on the Constitution,
Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate; published in

Hearings on the Fair Housing Amendments Act, Washington, D.C., 1979, pp. 458-495


Washington, D.C.,
Why Racial Preference is Illegal and ImmoralJune 1979Commentary, Vol. 67, No. 6, pp. 40-52docs/Why Racial Preference is Illegal and Immoral.pdf
Moral Issues in Medical Experimentation on HumansSummer 1979Philosophic Exchange, Vol. 2, No. 5; Center for

Philosophic Exchange, State University of New York at

Brockport, N.Y.,
Justice Debased: The Weber DecisionSeptember 1979Commentary, Vol. 68, No. 3, pp. 43-53Read
How Should We Decide Who Should Decide What Comes Before What?1979Ethical Theory and Business, Beauchamp & Bowie, eds., Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs
The ROTC and the UniversitySeptember 1979The Michigan Alumnus, Ann Arbor
The Dangers of Inquiry and the Burden of ProofSeptember 1978Southern California Law Review, Vol. 51, No. 6,

pp. 1081-1113
The Case Against Group LibelJune 24, 1978The Nation, Vol. 226, No. 24docs/The Case Against Group Libel.pdf
Medical Experimentation on PrisonersSpring 1978Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Vol. 21, No. 3,docs/Medical Experimentation on Prisoners2.pdf
The Extreme Test of Free SpeechApril 15, 1978The Nation, Vol. 226, No. 14
The Village of Skokie vs. Carl Cohen: An ExchangeMay 6, 1978The Nation, Vol. 226, No. 17
Race and Equal Protection of the LawsFall 1977Lincoln Law Review, Vol. X, No. 2docs/Race and Equal Protection.pdf
Who Are Equals?Winter 1978The National Forum, Vol. 58, No 1docs/Who Are Equals.pdf
When May Research Be Stopped?May 26, 1977The New England Journal of Medicine, 296:1203-1210
Racial Preference is DynamiteMay 2, 1977The Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. XIV, No. 10docs/Racial Preference is Dynamite.pdf
Ethnic Justice, Individual RightsMarch 1, 1976The Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. XII, No. 1
Revolution and Copernican Revolutions1975Science and Society, N. H. Steneck, ed., University of

Michigan Press, Ann Arbor
On The Child's Status in the Democratic StateNovember 1975Political Theory, Vol. 3, No. 4
Honorable Ends, Unsavory Means: Preferential Admission in Higher EducationSpring 1975Civil Liberties Review, Vol. 2, No. 2,docs/Honorable Ends, Unsavory Means.pdf
The Abuse of Morality: How Not to be Good1975Moral Values in Contemporary Public Life, Marquette University, Milwaukeedocs/The Abuse of Morality.pdf
How Much Democracy for the University?October 14, 1975The Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. XI, No. 5docs/How Much Democracy for the University.pdf
Race and the ConstitutionFebruary 8, 1975The Nation, Vol. 220, No. 5docs/Race and the Constitution.pdf
Democracy in IsraelJuly 20, 1974The Nation, Vol. 219, No. 2docs/Democracy in Israel.pdf
The Health of the American Democratic SystemJune 1974Proceedings, National Jewish Community Relations

Advisory Council, New York
What, in Our House?December 17, 1973The Nation, Vol. 217, No. 21
Private Groups vs. Social Justice: The Freedom to be BadJanuary 22, 1973The Nation, Vol. 216, No. 4
The Right of PrivacyFebruary 22, 1971The Nation, Vol. 212, No. 8
The Justification of DemocracyJanuary 1971The Monist, Vol. 55, No. 1docs/The Justification of Democracy.pdf
Three Tests for an ElectorateNovember 4, 1970The New York Times (Op-Ed)docs/Three Tests for an Electorate.pdf
Citizenship and Obedience: Tangled ObligationsSeptember 28, 1970The Nation, Vol. 211, No. 9
Sex, Birth Control, and Human LifeJuly 1969Ethics, Vol. 79, No. 4docs/Sex, Birth Control, and Human Life.pdf
Which Way is Left?Summer 1969The Yale Law Review, Vol. 58, No. 4
Democracy and the CurriculumMarch 17, 1969The Nation, Vol. 208, No. 11Read
Civil Disobedience: Moral or Not?December 2, 1968The Nation, Vol. 207, No. 19
Conscientious ObjectionJuly 1968Ethics, Vol. 78, No. 4docs/Conscientious Objection.pdf
The Case for Selective PacifismJuly 8, 1968The Nation, Vol. 207, No. 1docs/The Case for Selective Pacifism.pdf
Civil Disobedience and the LawFall 1966Rutgers Law Review, Vol. 21, No. 1docs/Civil Disobedience and the Law.pdf
Law, Speech, and DisobedienceMarch 28, 1966The Nation, Vol. 202, No. 13docs/Law, Speech and Disobedience.pdf
Punishment by ConscriptionDecember 27, 1965The Nation, Vol. 201, No. 22
The Poverty of a DialogueSept.-Oct. 1964Problems of Communism, vol. XIIIdocs/The Poverty of a Dialogue.pdf
The Ethics of Civil DisobedienceMarch 16, 1964The Nation, vol. 198, No. 12
Democracy and Its Economic Conditions1963Proceedings, Thirteenth International Congress of

Philosophy, Mexico City
Some Implications of Control1962Biological Influents in Mental Health

Michigan Department of Mental Health
Criminal Responsibility and the Knowledge of Right and

Wrong
Fall 1959University of Miami Law Review, Vol. 14, No. 1
Natural and Non-Natural QualitiesMay 8, 1958The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 55, No. 10
Naturalism and the Method of VerstehenApril 1, 1954The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 51, No. 7docs/Naturalism and the Method of Verstehen.pdf
GroupthinkApril 2004
Fears of Human Cloning are Without Merit1998
Revolution and Copernican Revolutionsdocs/Revolution and Copernican Revolutions.pdf
Both Wrong And Bad2013Springer Science+Business Media New Yorkdocs/Spring 2013 Academic Questions.pdf