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ISBN: 0718119673 Year: 1981 Publisher: London Joseph,

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Person to person.
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ISBN: 0877225761 Year: 1989 Publisher: Philadelphia Temple university press,

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Herausforderung angesichts des Anderen : von Feuerbach über Buber zu Lévinas
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ISBN: 3495480234 Year: 2000 Publisher: Freiburg Alber,

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Developing through relationships : origins of communication, self, and culture
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ISBN: 0226256588 Year: 1993 Publisher: Chicago (Ill.): University of Chicago press,

A lifetime of relationships
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ISBN: 053420628X Year: 1996 Publisher: Pacific Grove Brooks and Cole,

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Alone No Longer
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ISBN: 0877931348 Year: 1977 Publisher: Notre Dame Ave Maria Press

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Kontakt, Einführung und Attraktion : zur Entwicklung von Paarbeziehungen
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ISBN: 3432017952 Year: 1972 Publisher: Stuttgart Enke,

Close relationships: key readings
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ISBN: 0863775969 0863775950 Year: 2004 Publisher: Hove Psychology Press


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Partiality
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ISBN: 1400846382 Year: 2013 Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press,

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We are partial to people with whom we share special relationships--if someone is your child, parent, or friend, you wouldn't treat them as you would a stranger. But is partiality justified, and if so, why? Partiality presents a theory of the reasons supporting special treatment within special relationships and explores the vexing problem of how we might reconcile the moral value of these relationships with competing claims of impartial morality. Simon Keller explains that in order to understand why we give special treatment to our family and friends, we need to understand how people come to matter in their own rights. Keller first presents two main accounts of partiality: the projects view, on which reasons of partiality arise from the place that people take within our lives and our commitments, and the relationships view, on which relationships themselves contain fundamental value or reason-giving force. Keller then argues that neither view is satisfactory because neither captures the experience of acting well within special relationships. Instead, Keller defends the individuals view, on which reasons of partiality arise from the value of the individuals with whom our relationships are shared. He defends this view by saying that we must accept that two people, whether friend or stranger, can have the same value, even as their value makes different demands upon people with whom they share different relationships. Keller explores the implications of this claim within a wider understanding of morality and our relationships with groups, institutions, and countries.


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The Star-Spangled Banner
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ISBN: 0809383322 1299050875 0585098301 Year: 1999 Publisher: Carbondale : Crab Orchard Review : Southern Illinois University Press,

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The Star-Spangled Banner, Denise Duhamel's sixth book of poems, is about falling in love, American-style, with someone who is not American. In the title poem, a small American girl mishears the first line of ""The Star-Spangled Banner"" as ""José, can you see?"", which leads her to imagine a foreign lover of an American woman dressed in a star-spangled gown. The misunderstandings caused by language recur throughout the book: contemplating what ""yes"" means in different cultures; watching Nickelodeon's ""Nick at Nite"" with a husband who grew up in the

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