CV (continued)

Invited Essays/Chapters in Books (Originals & Reprints [70+])

     “Capitalism and Freedom,” in D. James,
ed.,
Outside
Looking In
(NY: Harper & Row, 1972).

     “On the Possibility of Objectivity and
Moral Determinants in Scientific Change,” in

          Karen D. Knorr, et al.,
eds., Determinants and Controls of Scientific Development

          (Boston,
MA: D. Reidel, 1975).

     “Naturalism, Values and the Social
Sciences,” in W. Leinfellner, et al., eds.,

          Wittgenstein, the Vienna Circle and Critical
Rationalism
(Kirchberg-an-Wechsel,

          Austria:
Austrian Wittgenstein Congress, 1978).

     “Reason, Morality, and the Free
Society,” in R. L. Cunningham, ed., Liberty and the

          Rule of Law (College Station, TX: Texas A&M
University Press, 1979).

     “Human Rights,” in S. J. Fodero, ed., The
Academic American Encyclopedia

         (Baltimore, MD: 
Arete, 1980).

     “Human Rights, Political Change and
Feudalism,” in A. Rosenbaum, ed., Philosophies

           of
Human Rights
(Greenwich, CT: Greenwood Press, 1981).

     “The Petty Tyrannies of Government
Regulation,” in T. Machan and M. Bruce

           
Johnson, eds., Rights & Regulation (Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1983),
259-88.

     “Should Business Be Regulated?” in T.
Regan, ed., Just Business (NY: Random House, 1983).

     “Pollution and Political Theory,” in
T. Regan, ed., Earthbound (NY:
Random House, 1984).

     “Gewirth and the Supportive State,”
with D. Den Uyl in E. Regis, Jr., ed., Gewirth’s

          
Ethical Rationalism
(Chicago, IL: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1984).

     “Socialism as Reactionism,” in Kurt
Leube and Albert Zlabinger, eds., The Political

          
Economy of Freedom: Essays in Honor of  F. A. Hayek
(Munchen,
Germany:

           
Philosophia Verlag, 1984), 47-60.

     “Property Rights and the Decent
Society,” in J. K. Roth and R. C. Whittemore, eds.,

           Ideology and American Experience (Washington,
D.C.: Washington Institute

           Press, 1986), 121-153.

     “Rights and Myths at the Workplace,” in
Gertrude Ezorsky, ed., Moral Rights in the

          
Workplace
(Albany, NY: 
SUNY Press, 1987), 45-50

     “The Classical Egoist Basis of
Capitalism,” in Tibor Machan, ed., The Main Debate

           (New
York:  Random House, 1987), 139-161.

      “L’etica del mercato (The Ethics of
the Market),” in E. Sogno, ed., I. Liberalismi

          
Vincenti
(Torino,
Italy: Centro Studi Manlio Brosio, 1985).

     “Ethics and Political
Economy,” in Tibor Machan, ed., Commerce and Morality

                     (Totowa, NJ:  Rowman & Littlefield, 1988).

     “Government Regulation,” in Tibor
Machan, ed., Commerce and Morality (Totowa,

          NJ:  Rowman & Littlefield, 1988).

     Economic Analysis and the
Pursuit of Liberty,” in Michael A. Walker, ed., Freedom,

            democracy
and economic welfare
(Vancouver, BC: The Fraser Institute, 1988)

     “The Uses of Ethics,” in Tibor Machan,
ed., Commerce
and Morality

           (Totowa,
NJ:  Rowman & Littlefield,
1988).

     “Ethics vs. Coercion: Morality or Just
Values?” in Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., et al.,

          ed., Man,
Economy and Libert
y (Auburn,
AL: Ludwig von Mises Institute, 1988).

     “The Morality of Markets,” in Thomas
R. Dye, ed., The Political Legitimacy of

          Markets and
Governments
(New York: JAI Press, 1989).

     “A Virtually Perfect
Document: Rights & the U.S. Constitution,” in C. B. Gray, ed.,

           Philosophical Reflections on the United
States Constitution
(Lewiston, NY:

           The
Edwin Mellen Press, 1989).

     On
Teaching Business Ethics
,” (Washington, D.C.: Heritage Lecture #253,
May 1, 1990)

     “What We Should Teach
the Eastern Europeans,” in A World Without Walls

          (Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: Foundation for
Economic Education, 1990)

     “Rescuing Victims –
From Social Theory,” in D. Sank & D. I. Caplan, eds., To Be A

          Victim (New York: Plenum Press, 1991)

     “How to Understand
Eastern European Developments,” in Robert McGee, ed., The

           Market
Solution to Economic Development in Eastern Europe
(Lewiston, NY:

           The
Edwin Mellen Press, 1992).

     “Welfare State is
Grossly Misnamed,” in Robert McGee, ed.,
Converting to a Market

          
Economy in Eastern Europe
(Lewiston,
NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1992)

     “What We Should Teach
the Eastern Europeans,” in Robert McGee, ed.,

           Recent Changes in the Economies of Eastern Europe (Lewiston,
NY: The Edwin Mellen

           Press,
1992)

     “The Nonexistence of Basic Welfare
Rights,” in James Sterba, ed., Justice: Alternative

          
Political Perspectives
(Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co.,
1992)

     “Teaching Business
Ethics in an Academic Environment,” in Robert W. McGee, ed.,

            Business
Ethics and Common Sense
(Westport, CT: Quorum Books, 1992)

     “The Nonexistence of
Basic Welfare Rights,” in Steven Jay Gold, Moral Controversies:

           Race,
Class, and Gender in Applied Ethics
(Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publ. Co.,
1993)

     “Do Animals Have
Rights?” in William H. Shaw, ed., Social and Personal Ethics (Belmont,

           CA:
Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1993).

     “Should All Persons
Perform National Service?” in Mark Spangler, ed., Clichés of Political

            Control
(Irvington on Hudson, NY: The Foundation for Economic Education, 1994)

     “Must the Government
Guarantee a Job for Everyone?” in Mark Spangler, ed., Clichés of

            Political
Control
(Irvington on Hudson, NY: Foundation for Economic Education,
1994)

     “To Solve Problems,
do we Need Government Regulations? in Mark Spangler, ed., Clichés of

            Political
Control
(
Irvington on Hudson, NY: Foundation for Economic Education,
1994)

     “Capitalism,
Socialism and Ecology,” in Hans Sennholz, ed., Man and Nature (Irvington
on

            Hudson,
NY: Foundation for Economic Education, 1994)

      “Justice, Self
and Natural Rights,” in James Sterba, et al., Morality and Social Justice:

            Alternative
Views
(Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1995)

      “A Defence of
Property Rights and Capitalism,” in Brenda Almond, ed., Introducing Applied

            Ethics
(Oxford, England: Blackwell, 1995)

      “Do Animals Have Rights?” in Jeffrey
Olen and Vincent Barry, eds., Applying Ethics (Belmont,

CA: Wadsworth
Publishing Co., 1996)

                 
“The Non-Existence of Welfare Rights,” T. R. Machan & Douglas
Rasmussen, eds., Liberty for

the
21st Century
(Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1995)

                 
“Business Ethics in a Free Society,” T. R. Machan & Douglas
Rasmussen, eds., Liberty for the

21st
Century
(Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1995)

      “Feminism Harms Women’s Perceptions
of Men, Feminism: Opposing Viewpoints,
in Wekesser, Carol,

ed., San Diego:
Greenhaven Press, 1995.

      “The
Non-Existence of Welfare Rights,” Lawrence Hinman, ed., Contemporary Moral Issues

            (Upper
Saddle Rovert, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996)

      “Capitalism,”
in J. J. Chambliss, ed., Philosophy of Education: An Encyclopedia (New York:

            Garland,
1996)     

     
“Libertarianism,” Philosophy of Law, An Encyclopedia,
C. B. Gray, ed. (Lewiston, NY:

           The
Edwin Mellen Press, 1996).

      “Coping with
Smoking,” in the Newsweek Education
Program, More Controversial Issues (New

            York:
NewsSource Unit, 1996)

      “Egoism, Psychological Egoism and
Ethical Egoism,”  P. H. Werhane
& R. F. Freedman, eds.,

The
Encyclopedia of Business Ethics
(Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1996)

      “Libertarianism
& Business Ethics,” op. cit., The Encyclopedia of Business Ethics.

      “Interview on
Egoism,” in L. M. Hinman, Ethics: A Plural Approach (Harcourt
Brace College, 1997).

      “The Ethics of Advertising,” Wittgenstein, Applied Ethics  (Kirchberg-an-Wechsel,

           
Austria: Austrian Wittgenstein Congress, 1998)

      “Human Rights,
Workers’ Rights, and the ‘Right’ to Occupational Safety,” in D. M. Adams

&
E. L. Maim, eds.,
Business Ethics
for the 21st Century
(Mt. View,
CA: Mayfield

            Publishing
Company, 1998).

    
             Business Ethics in a Free Society,” Blackwell
Companion to Business Ethics
(Oxford: Blackwell, 1999).

      “The Injustices
of Affirmative Action,” Robert W. McGee, ed., Commentaries on Law & Public
Policy

            (South
Orange, NJ: Dumont Institute, 1999)

      “Buchanan is
Dead Wrong: ‘Economic Patriotism’ Translates to Old-Fashioned Protectionism,”
Donald S.

            Will,
et al., eds., The Global Citizen (Needham Heights, MA: Pearson Publishing,
1999).

      “Human Rights, Workers’ Rights, and the
‘Right’ to Occupational Safety” in
W.
Michael Hoffman
,

            Robert
Frederick, and Mark Schwartz, eds.,

Business Ethics: Readings and Cases in Corporate

            Morality
(New York: McGraw-Hill,
2001)


      “Morality
and Smoking,” David Benetar, ed., Ethics
for Everyday
 (NY: McGraw-Hill, 2001).

      “Libertarianism
and Justice,” in John Arthur, ed.,
Morality
and Moral Controversies
8th
ed. (Upper

            Saddle River,
N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2002).

       “The Non-Existence of Basic
Welfare Rights,’ In Di Leo, Jeffrey R., ed. Morality Matters: Race,
Class,

            And
Gender in Applied Ethics
(Boston, MA:
McGraw-Hill, 2002).

      “Kapitalisme
via Wetenschap en Moraal,” Ashwin de Wolf and Stefan van Glabeek, eds.,

                        De
markt voor Vrijheid
(Holland: Libertarisch Centrum Netherland,
2001).  

                  “Dimensions of Generosity,” in
Eugene Heath, ed., Morality & the Market (NY: McGraw Hill,
2002).

      “A Brief Defense of Free Will,” John
Burr and Milton Goldinger, eds., Philosophy and Contemporary

Issues (Upper Saddle River, NJ:
Prentice-Hall, 2004), 33-39.

      “Globalization
Does Not Harm Developing Nations’ Cultures,” in
Berna Miller, James D.
Torr, eds.,

Developing nations: Current Controversies
(San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, 2003).

                 
 “B. F. Skinner,” in Larry Arnhart, ed., The
Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics
(New

                        York:
Macmillan, 2004, f/c).

             
“Do Animals Have Rights?”
in S. M. Cahn, ed.,
Philosophy
for the 21st Century

(NY: Oxford UP, 2003)

                  
“Sidney Hook’s Prescience,” in
Matthew J. Cotter, ed., Sidney
Hook Reconsidered
(Buffalo, NY:

Prometheus Books, 2004).           

                  
“History of Political Philosophy,” in The Encyclopedia of Philosophy (New York: Macmillan, 2005, f/c).

       “Property,” in The Encyclopedia of Philosophy (New York: Macmillan, 2005, f/c).

      
“Libertarian Movement and Unbelief,” in The Encyclopedia of
Unbelief
(Amherst, NY: Prometheus

            Books,            2005
f/c).

       “Can
There be Stable and Lasting Principles?” International Journal of Social Economics,
Vol. 32  No.

            l/2
(2005).

      “Business Ethics in a Free
Society,” in Parth J. Shah, Morality of Markets (New Delhi:
Academic

            Foundation
& Centre for Civil Society, 2004).

       “The Petty Tyranny of Government
Regulation” (ibid)

                  
“Human Rights, Workers’ Rights and the ‘Right’ to Occupational Safety,”
in Fritz Allhoff and Anand

                        Vaidya,
eds., Business Ethics (London, UK: Sage Publ. Ltd., 2005)

                   “The
Whole Truth or Only Some of the Truth?” (ibid)

                   “What is
Morally Right with Insider Trading?” (ibid)

       “Egoism, Psychological Egoism
and Ethical Egoism,”  P. H. Werhane
& R. F. Freedman, eds.,

                        The
Encyclopedia of Management, 2rd Edition
(Oxford: Basil
Blackwell, 2005)

                   “Can Commerce Inspire?” in Nicholas
Capaldi, ed., Business & Religion: A Clash of Civilizations

                        (M&M Scrivener Press, 2005). 

                   “Reason
in Economics versus Ethics,” in Edward W. Younkins, ed., Philosophers of
Capitalism,

                        Menger,
Mises, Rand, and Beyond

(Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2006).

                  
“Rights, Liberation and Interests: Is there a Sound Case for Animal
Rights or Liberation” in
Hon-Lam Li

                        &
Anthony Yeung, eds.,
New
Essays in Applied Ethics: Animal Rights, Personhood, and the

                        Ethics
of Killing
(New York: Palgrave & Macmillan, 2006).

             
“Environmentalism
Humanized,” in
Anand Jayprakash Vaidya,
ed.,
Business and
Professional

                        Ethics
Anthology
(Toronto: Broadview
Press in 2007).

       “Is Agreement Enough?” in
Malcolm Murray (ed.), Liberty, Games and Contracts: Jan

            Narveson
and the Defence of Libertarianism

(Aldershot: Ashgate Press, 2007).

       "What is Morally Right
With Insider Trading," Insider Trading: Issues & Perspectives
(India:

            ICFAI,
2007)

                 
“No Taxation, With or Without Representation,” in Robert McGee, ed., Taxation
and Public Finance in

                        Transition
and Developing Economies
(New York: Spring, 2008).

       “Kleptocracy,” Encyclopedia
of Libertarianism
(Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., 2008)

       “Autonomy,” Encyclopedia
of American Philosophy
(f/c)

       “Natural Rights,” Encyclopedia
of American Philosophy
(f/c)

       “Libertarianism versus Welfare
Rights,” in James P. Sterba, ed., Morality: The Why and the What of It

(New York: Columbia University Press, 2011).


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