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CARTER, Alan. A Philosopher’s Bibliography (Selected, of course)
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Alan CARTER
"There is more mileage in anarchist political theory than might at first be assumed."

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Many abstracts of the following publications may be found on the web page

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- Research on anarchism cannot be limited to debates on history, revolution, class struggle and so on. Other issues, such as the nature of human nature, human rights, democracy, property, the Marxist heritage, are frequently discussed among all activists. For this reason, many publications are included here, although they are not directly related to anarchism.

Selected bibliography

- A Radical Green Political Theory(London and New York: Routledge, 1999), pp. xviii + 409.

- The Philosophical Foundations of Property Rights(Hemel Hempstead: Prentice Hall / Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989), pp. x + 150.

- Marx: A Radical Critique (Boulder: Westview Press / Brighton: Wheatsheaf Books, 1988), pp. xiv + 301.

Articles in journals

- Simplifying “inequality”’, forthcoming in Philosophy and Public Affairs.

- ‘Analytical anarchism: some conceptual foundations’, Political Theory 28, 2 (2000): 230–53.

- ‘Humean nature’, lead article in Environmental Values 9, 1 (2000): 3–37.

- ‘Moral theory and global population’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 99, 3 (1999): 289–313.

- ‘Game theory and decentralization’, The Journal of Applied Philosophy 16, 3 (1999): 223–34.

- ‘The real politics of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels’, lead article in Studies in Marxism 6 (1999): 1–30.

- ‘Animal life and afterlife’, Cogito 13, 1 (1999): 27–31.

- ‘In defence of radical disobedience’, The Journal of Applied Philosophy 15, 1 (1998): 29–47.

- ‘Fettering, development and revolution’, The Heythrop Journal 39, 2 (1998): 170–88.

- ‘Marx’s communist vision’, Cogito 12, 2 (1998): 131–5. Abstract

- ‘Infanticide and the right to life’, Ratio (New Series) 10, 1 (1997): 1–9.

- ‘State-Primacy and Third World debt’, The Heythrop Journal 38, 3 (1997): 300–14.

- ‘A radical environmentalist political theory’, Cogito 10, 3 (1996): 209–19.

- ‘Eco-authoritarianism, eco-reformism or eco-Marxism?’, Cogito 10, 2 (1996): 115–23.

- ‘The environmental crises and political theory’, Cogito 10, 1 (1996): 40–9.

- ‘The nation
- state and underdevelopment’, lead article in Third World Quarterly 16, 4 (1995): 595–618.

- ‘Deep Ecology or Social Ecology?’, The Heythrop Journal 36, 3 (1995): 328–50.

- ‘Marxism/Leninism: the science of the proletariat?’, Studies in Marxism 1 (1994): 125–41.

- ‘Revolution, Lenin and the party’, Cogito 8, 1 (1994): 66–73.

- ‘Creating co-operative autonomy’, Cogito 7, 3 (1993): 194–200.

- ‘Some notes on anarchism’, Anarchist Studies 1, 2 (1993): 141–5.

- ‘“Institutional exploitation” and workers’ co
- operatives’, The Heythrop Journal 33, 3 (1992): 426–33.

- ‘A “counterfactualist”, four-dimensional theory of power’, The Heythrop Journal 33, 2 (1992): 192–203.

- ‘On individualism, collectivism and interrelationism’, The Heythrop Journal 31, 1 (1990): 23–38.

- ‘“Self-exploitation” and workers’ co-operatives’, The Journal of Applied Philosophy 6, 2 (1989): 195–9.

Articles in books:

- ‘Towards a green political theory’ in A. Dobson and P. Lucardie (edd.), The Politics of Nature: Explorations in Green Political Theory (London: Routledge, 1993), pp. 39–62.

- ‘Functional explanation and the state’ in P. Wetherly (ed.), Marx’s Theory of History: The Contemporary Debate (Aldershot: Avebury, 1992), pp. 205–28.

- ‘Outline of an anarchist theory of history’ in D. Goodway (ed.), For Anarchism: History, Theory, and Practice (London: Routledge, 1989), pp. 176–97

Review articles in journals:

- ‘Distributive justice and environmental sustainability’, The Heythrop Journal 41, 4 (2000): 449–60.

- ‘World hunger and the duty to provide aid’, The Heythrop Journal 39, 3 (1998): 319–24.

- ‘Animal rights and social relations’, Res Publica: A Journal of Legal and Social Philosophy 1, 2 (1995): 213–20.

- ‘Review of Keith Graham, Karl Marx: Our Contemporary’, Cogito 7, 1 (1993): 71–5.

- ‘The right to private property’, lead article in Philosophical Books 31, 3 (1990): 129–36.

Encyclopaedia entries:

- ‘Anarchism/eco-anarchism’ in The International Encyclopaedia of Environmental Politics, edd. John Barry and E. Gene Frankland (London: Routledge, forthcoming).

- ‘Militarism’ in The International Encyclopaedia of Environmental Politics, edd. John Barry and E. Gene Frankland (London: Routledge, forthcoming).

Book reviews:

- Robin Attfield, The Ethics of the Global Environment, review forthcoming in Mind.

- Sean Sayers, Marxism and Human Nature, review forthcoming in Political Studies.

- James Radcliffe, Green Politics: Dictatorship or Democracy?, review forthcoming in the Times Literary Supplement.

- Tim Hayward, Political Theory and Ecological Values, review forthcoming in Environmental Values.

- Andrew Dobson, Justice and the Environment, review forthcoming in Environmental Values.

- Gary E. Varner, In Nature’s Interests? Interests, Animal Rights, and Environmental Ethics, reviewed in Mind 109, 435 (2000): 657–60.

- Ian Fraser, Hegel and Marx: The Concept of Need, reviewed in Mind 109, 434 (2000): 349–54.

- Darrow Schecter, Radical Theories: Paths Beyond Marxism and Social Democracy, reviewed in Political Studies 44, 1 (1996).

- Robert Goodin (ed.), The Politics of the Environment, reviewed in Local Environment 1, 1 (1996).

- George Crowder, Classical Anarchism, reviewed in Political Studies 43, 1 (1995).

- Robert Goodin, Green Political Theory, reviewed in Political Studies 41, 3 (1993).

- Anthony Arblaster, Democracy, reviewed in Anarchist Studies 1, 1 (1993).

- John Clark (ed.), Renewing the Earth: The Promise of Social Ecology, reviewed in Environmental Politics 1, 3 (1992).

- Reiner Grundmann, Marxism and Ecology, reviewed in Political Studies 40, 2 (1992).

- Daniel A. Kealey, Revisioning Environmental Ethics, reviewed in Ethics 101, 3 (1991).

- Adrian Atkinson, Principles of Political Ecology, reviewed in Environmental Politics 1, 2 (1992).

- Richard H. Gaskins, Environmental Accidents: Personal Injury and Public Responsibility, reviewed in Ethics 100, 4 (1990).

- Robert C. Paehlke, Environmentalism and the Future of Progressive Politics, reviewed in Ethics 100, 3 (1990).

- Dick Howard, Defining the Political, reviewed in Ethics 100, 3 (1990).

- Philip J. Kain, Marx and Ethics, reviewed in The Month, Second New Series 23, 5 (1990).

- Amy Gutman (ed.), Democracy and the Welfare State, reviewed in Ethics 99, 3 (1989).

- Jeffrey C. Isaac, Power and Marxist Theory: A Realist View, reviewed in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 503 (1989).


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