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Books

  1. A.E. Buchanan, The Heart of Human Rights, OUP, 2013 (October, 2013) [abs] [author's comments].
  2. with Justice and Health Care, in Justice and Health Care (January, 2011).
  3. A. Buchanan, Justice, Legitimacy, and Self-Determination: Moral Foundations for International Law (2003), Oxford University Press.
  4. Self-Determination and Secession, edited by A. Buchanan and Stephen Macedo (forthcoming 2003), New York University Press.
  5. The Making and Unmaking of Boundaries, edited by A. Buchanan and Margaret Moore (2003), Cambridge University Press.
  6. A. Buchanan with Dan W. Brock, Norman Daniels, and Daniel Daniel Wikler, From Change to Choice: Genetics & Justice (2000), Cambridge University Press.
  7. Conflict of Interest in Clinical Practice and Research, edited by A. Buchanan with R. Spece and D. Schimm (1995), Oxford University Press.
  8. In Harm's Way, edited by A. Buchanan and J. Coleman (1994), Cambridge University Press.
  9. A. Buchanan, Secession: the Morality of Political Divorce from Fort Sumter to Lithuania and Quebec (1991), Westview Press.
  10. A. Buchanan with Dan W. Brock, Deciding for Others: The Ethics of Surrogate Decision Making (1989), Cambridge University Press.
  11. A. Buchanan, Ethics, Efficiency and the Market (May, 1985), Rowman & Allenheld (U.S.) and Oxford University Press (U.K.).
  12. Ethics in Emergency Medicine, edited by A. Buchanan with Kenneth V. Iserson, Arthur Sanders, and Deborah Mathieu (1985), Williams and Wilkins Publishing Co..
  13. A. Buchanan, co-authored with others at the President's Commission, Deciding to Forego Life-Sustaining Treatment (1983) (Securing Access to Health Care; Splicing Life: Issues in Genetic Engineering; Ethical and Social Issues in Screening and Counseling for Genetic Disorder.).
  14. A. Buchanan, Marx and Justice: The Radical Critique of Liberalism (1982), Rowman and Littlefield, Philosophy and Society Series (U.S.) and Methuen Publishers (U.K.).

Papers Published

  1. A. Buchanan, The Quebec Secession Issue: Democracy and Minority Rights (1999), paper commissioned by the Office of the Privy Council, Government of Canada (reprinted in Nomos volume, Self-Determination, and Secession, Stephen Macedo and Allen Buchanan, eds. New York university Press, 2003.).

Journal Articles

  1. A. Buchanan, Democracy and the Commitment to International Law, University of Georgia Journal of Comparative and International Law, vol. Spring 2006 (Spring, 2006) (Invited contribution to special issue on "The Limits of International Law" by Eric Posner and Jack Goldsmith.).
  2. A. Buchanan, Institutionalizing the Just War, Philosophy & Public Affairs (January, 2006).
  3. A. Buchanan, Secession and the Problem of Its Legitimacy, in Separatism (conference volume, Forum on War and Peace, University of Florence) (forthcoming).
  4. A. Buchanan, Institutions, Beliefs and Ethics: Eugenics as a Case Study, The Journal of Political Philosophy (forthcoming).
  5. A. Buchanan, Democracy and the Commitment to International Law, University of Georgia Journal of Comparative and International Law (forthcoming) (invited contribution to special issue on The Limits of International Law by Eric Posner and Jack Goldsmith.).
  6. A. Buchanan with Matthew DeCamp, Responsibility for Global Health, Transnational Medicine (forthcoming).
  7. A. Buchanan with Robert O. Keohane, Justifying Preventive Force: A Reply to Lee, Ethics & International Affairs (2005).
  8. A. Buchanan, Equality and Human Rights, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (2005).
  9. A. Buchanan, Political Liberalism and Social Epistemology, Philosophy & Public Affairs (2004).
  10. A. Buchanan with Robert O. Keohane, The Preventive use of Force: A Cosmopolitan Institutional Perspective, Ethics & International Affairs (March, 2003).
  11. A. Buchanan, Political Legitimacy and Democracy, Ethics (July, 2002).
  12. A. Buchanan(first author with five others), Pharmacogenetics: Ethical Issues and Policy Options, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, vol. 12 no. 1 (2002).
  13. A. Buchanan, From Nuremberg to Kosovo: The Morality of Illegal International Legal Reform, Ethics (2001) (reprinted, with minor changes in Humanitarian Intervention: Moral and Philosophical Issues, Aleksandar Jokic, ed. Broadview Press, 2003.).
  14. A. Buchanan, Act Consequentialism versus the Rule of Law: Reply to Naticchia, Philosophy & Public Affairs (2000).
  15. A. Buchanan, Rawls's Law of Peoples: Rules for a Vanished Westphalian World, Ethics (2000).
  16. A. Buchanan, An Ethical Framework for Stored Biological Samples Policy, National Bioethics Advisory Commission Report on Stored Biologival Samples (2000).
  17. A. Buchanan, The Internal Legitimacy of Humanitarian Intervention, The Journal of Political Philosophy (1999).
  18. A. Buchanan, Trust in Managed Care Organizations, Kennedy Institute Journal of Bioethics (1999).
  19. A. Buchanan, Recognitional Legitimacy and the State System, Philosophy & Public Affairs (1999).
  20. A. Buchanan, Rationing Without Justice, But Not Unjustly, Journal of Health Politics, Law & Policy (1998).
  21. A. Buchanan, Ethical Responsibilities of Patients and Clinicians Concerning Genetic Testing, Journal of Health Care Law and Policy (1998).
  22. A. Buchanan, Distributive Justice in Health Care, Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, vol. 6 no. 2 (March, 1997).
  23. A. Buchanan, Theories of Secession, Philosophy & Public Affairs, vol. 26 no. 10 (1997).
  24. A. Buchanan, Separatism, Citizenship, and the State System, Separatism (1997) (proceedings of conference of separatism, University of Bergen, Norway: University of Bergen Press.).
  25. A. Buchanan, The Controversy Over Retrospective Moral Judgment, Kennedy Institute Journal of Ethics, vol. 6 no. 3 (1996).
  26. A. Buchanan, Judging the Past, The Hastings Center Report (May-June 1996).
  27. A. Buchanan, Choosing Who Will be Disabled: Genetic Intervention and the Morality of Inclusion, Social Philosophy & Policy (1996).
  28. A. Buchanan, Toward a Theory of the Ethics of Bureaucratic Organizations, Business Ethics Quarterly, vol. 6 no. 4 (1996).
  29. A. Buchanan, Perfecting Imperfect Duties: Collective Action to Create Moral Obligations, Business Ethics Quarterly, vol. 6 no. 1 (1996).
  30. A. Buchanan, Privitization and Just Healthcare, Bioethics, vol. 9 no. 3/4 (1995).
  31. A. Buchanan, Federalism and the Sense of Political Unity, IF (Journal of the IBM Foundation of Italty), vol. II no. 2 (1995).
  32. A. Buchanan, Secession, Federalism, and the Morality of Inclusion, Arizona Law Review, vol. 37 no. 1 (1995).
  33. A. Buchanan, Equal Opportunity and Genetic Intervention, Social Philosophy & Policy, vol. 12 no. 2 (1995).
  34. A. Buchanan, The Excellent in Business (review-article on Robert Solomon's Excellence in Business), The Journal of Business Ethics (1994).
  35. A. Buchanan, The Terms of Secession, Proceedings of the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Social Science (1993).
  36. A. Buchanan, The Role of Collective Land Rights in the Theory and Practrice of Indigenous Peoples Rights, Transitional Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 3 no. 1 (1993).
  37. A. Buchanan, The Morality of Inclusion, Social Philosophy & Policy, vol. 10 no. 2 (1993).
  38. A. Buchanan, Quebec Secession and Native Territorial Rights, Network on the Constitution, vol. 2 no. 3 (1992).
  39. A. Buchanan, Individual Rights and Social Change, Philosophical Papers, vol. 28 no. 2 (1991).
  40. A. Buchanan, The Right of Self-Determination: Analytical and Moral Foundations, Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, vol. 8 no. 2 (1991).
  41. A. Buchanan, Secession and Self-Determination, Journal of International Affairs, vol. 45 no. 2 (1991).
  42. A. Buchanan, Toward a Theory of Secession, Ethics (1991).
  43. A. Buchanan, Justice as Reciprocity Versus Subject-Centered Justice, Philosophy & Public Affairs (1990).
  44. A. Buchanan, Assessing the Communitarian Critique of Liberalism, Ethics (1989).
  45. A. Buchanan, Advance Directives and Personal Identity, Philosophy & Public Affairs (1988).
  46. A. Buchanan, Review article on Richard Miller's Analyzing Marx, Philosophical Studies (1988).
  47. A. Buchanan, What's so Special About Rights?, Ethics (1987).
  48. A. Buchanan, Justice and Charity, Ethics (1987).
  49. A. Buchanan, Marx, Morality, and History, Ethics (1987).
  50. A. Buchanan with Dan Brock, The Profit Motive in Medicine, Medicine and Philosophy, vol. 12 no. 16 (1987).
  51. A. Buchanan, Marx on Progress and History, proceedings of the Eleventh Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg, Austria (1987).
  52. A. Buchanan with Dan Brock, Deciding for Others, The Milbank Quarterly (1986).
  53. A. Buchanan, The Ethics of Surrogate Decision Making for Elderly Individuals who Are Incompetent or of Questionable Competence (1986) (Background study for the Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Congress, principal author, with contributiopns by Dan Brock and Michael Gilfix.).
  54. A. Buchanan, The Right to a Decent Minimum of Health Care, Philosophy & Public Affairs (1983) (Also publisyhed, with alterations as "Is there a Right to a Decent Minimu of Health Care?" in a report of the (U.S.) President's Commission for the study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research: Security Access to Health Care, 1983.).
  55. A. Buchanan, Review article on Allen Wood's Marx, The Journal of Philosophy (1983).
  56. A. Buchanan, Review article on Kant's theory of Morals by Bruce Aune, The Philosophical Review (1982).
  57. A. Buchanan, The Marxian Critique of Justice and Rights, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary Volume: Marx and Morality (1982).
  58. A. Buchanan, Autonomy, Fairness, and Freedom of Expression: A Reply to Professor Scanlon, University of Pittsburgh Law Review (1980).
  59. A. Buchanan, Revolutionary Motivation and Rationality, Philosophy & Public Affairs (1979) (reprinted in Marx, Justice, and History, eds. M. Cohen, T. Nagel, and T. Scanlon, 1981.).
  60. A. Buchanan, Alienation, Exploitation, and Injustice, Canadian Journal of Philosophy (1979).
  61. A. Buchanan, Medical Paternalism and Legal Imperialism: Not the Only Alternatives, American Journal of Law and Medicine (1978).
  62. A. Buchanan, Medical Paternalism, Philosophy & Public Affairs (1978) (reprinted in Moral Problemsd in Medicine (2nd edition), ed. Samuel Gorovitz, et. al., 1983; Medicine and Morality, eds. M. Cohen, T. Nagel, and T. Scnalon, 1983, and Contemporary Moral Problems, ed. R. Wasserstrom (2nd Edition.).
  63. A. Buchanan, Review article on Onora Nell's Acting on Principal, The Journal of Philosophy (1978).
  64. A. Buchanan, Categorical Imperatives and Moral Principles, Philosophical Studies (1977).
  65. A. Buchanan, Basic Knowledge, Philosophy and Phenomenological Studies (1977).
  66. A. Buchanan, Revisability and Rational Choice, Canadian Journal of Philosophy (1975).
  67. A. Buchanan, Distributive Justice and Legitimate Expectations, Philosophical Studies (1975).
  68. A. Buchanan, Kant's Second Analogy, Proceedings of the International Congress on Kant (1974).

Chapters in Books

  1. A. Buchanan, Justifying Preventive War, in Preemptive War: Military Action and Moral Justification, edited by Henry Shue and David A. Rodin (forthcoming), Oxford University Press.
  2. A. Buchanan, Bioethics and Social Epistemology, in The Ethics of Bioethics, edited by Lisa Eckenweiler (forthcoming), Oxford University Press.
  3. A. Buchanan, Uncoupling Secession From Nationalism and Itnrastate Autonoly From Secession, in Negotiating Self-Determination, edited by Hurst Hannum (2006), Routledge.
  4. A. Buchanan, Secession, Self-Determination, and Identity, in Identity and Self-Determination, edited by Igor Primoratz and Aleksandar Pavkovic (forthcoming), Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing.
  5. A. Buchanan, Taking the Human Out of Human Rights, in A Realistic Utopia? Critical Essays on Rawl's Law of Peoples, edited by Rex Martin and David Reidy (forthcoming), Blackwell Publishing Co..
  6. A. Buchanan with Matthew DeCamp, Pharmacogenomics: Ethical and Regulatory Issues, in Oxford Handbook on Bioethics, edited by Bonnie Steinbock (forthcoming).
  7. A. Buchanan, The Compatibility of Constitutional Democracy and the Supremacy of International Law, in The Cambridge Handbook on International Law, edited by John Armstrong (forthcoming), Cambridge University Press.
  8. A. Buchanan, "Social Moral Epistemology and Ethics", edited by Jeff McMahan and Nancy Davis (forthcoming).
  9. A. Buchanan, The Legitimacy of International Law, in The Philosophy of International Law, edited by Besson and Tasioulas (forthcoming), Oxford University Press.
  10. A. Buchanan, The Philosophy of International Law, in Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (forthcoming), Routledge Encyclopedia.
  11. A. Buchanan, Secession, State-Breaking, and Intervention, in The Ethics of Intervention, edited by Dean Chaterjee and Don Schied (2003), Cambridge University Press.
  12. A. Buchanan, Reforming International Law on Humanitarian Intervention: Some Moral Issues, in Humanitarian Intervention: Moral, Political and Legal Dilemmas, edited by Jeff Holzgrefe and Robert Keohane (2003), Cambridge University Press.
  13. A. Buchanan, The Making and Unmaking of Boundaries: What Liberalism Has to Say, in Nations, States, and Borders: The Ethics of Making Boundaries, edited by Allen Buchanan and Margaret Moore (2003), Cambridge University Press.
  14. A. Buchanan, Secession, in Stanford Online Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2003).
  15. Kristen Hessler and A. Buchanan, Health Care and Human Rights, in Justice and Health Care, edited by Rosamond Rhodes and Peggy Battin (2003), Oxford University Press.
  16. A. Buchanan, Introduction, Nomos Volume, in Self-Determination and Secession, edited by Stephen Macedo and Allen Buchanan (2003), New York University Press.
  17. A. Buchanan, Social Moral Epistemology, in Bioethics, edited by Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr., and Jeffrey Paul (2002), Cambridge University Press (Also published in Social Philosophy & Policy, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2002.).
  18. A. Buchanan with David Golove, The Philosophy of International law, in Oxford Handbook on the Philosophy of Law, edited by Jules L. Coleman and Scott Shapiro (2002), Oxford University Press.
  19. A. Buchanan, Justice, Legitimacy, and Human Rights, in The Idea of Political Liberalism, edited by Victoria Davion and Clark Wolf (2000), Rowman & Littlefield.
  20. A. Buchanan with Norman Fost, Hereditary Hemochromatosis: Ethic Issues, in Hemochromatosis, edited by James C. Barton and Corwin Edwards (2000), Cambridge University Press.
  21. A. Buchanan, Community and Communitarianism, in Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2000).
  22. A. Buchanan, Democracy and Secession, in National Self-Determination and Secession, edited by Margaret Moore (1999), Oxford University Press.
  23. A. Buchanan, What's So Special About Nations?, in Rethinking Nationalism, edited by Couture and Nielsen (1999).
  24. A. Buchanan, Business Ethics and Political Philosophy, in Dictionary of Business Ethics, edited by Patricia Werhane (1999), New York: Routledge.
  25. A. Buchanan, Economics and Ethics, in The Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management, edited by Cary L. Cooper and Chris Argyris (1998), Oxford: Blackwell's Publishers.
  26. A. Buchanan, Self-Determinationl Secession, and the Rule of International Law, in The Morality of Nationalism, edited by J. McMahon and R. McKim (1998), Oxford University Press.
  27. A. Buchanan, Health-Care Delivery and Resource Allocation, in Medical Ethics, 2nd ed., edited by Robert M. Veatch (1996), Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers (substantially revised edition of contribution to first edition.).
  28. A. Buchanan, Charity, Justice, and the Idea of Moral Progress, in Giving: Western Ideas of Philanthropy, edited by J.B. Schneewind (1996), University of Indiana Press.
  29. A. Buchanan, The Discourse of Fundraising, in The Ethics of Fundraising for Higher Education, edited by Deni Elliott (1995), John Hopkins Press.
  30. A. Buchanan, Intending Death: The Structure of the Problem and Proposed Solutions, in Intending Death in Medicine, edited by Tom L. Beauchamp and Robert Veatch (1995), Oxford University Press.
  31. A. Buchanan, Is There a Medical Profession in the House?, in Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Practice and Research, edited by R. Spece, D. Schimm, and A. Buchanan (1995), Oxford University Press.
  32. A. Buchanan, Liberalism and Group Rights, in In Harm's Way, edited by J. Coleman and A. Buchanan (1994), Cambridge University Press.
  33. A. Buchanan, Nationalism and Secession, in A Reader in Pooitical Philosophy, edited by R. Goodin and P. Petit (1993), London: Blackwell Publishing Co..
  34. A. Buchanan, AIDS and the Morality of Inclusion, in Bioethics Debates in a Changing South Africa, edited by S.R. Benatar (1992), University of Cape Town.
  35. A. Buchanan, National Health Systems Versys Mixed Public/Private Systems, in Bioethics Debates in a Changing South Africa, edited by S.R. Benatar (1992), University of Cape Town.
  36. A. Buchanan, Is There an International Consensus in Medical Ethics?, in Bioethics Debates in a Changing South Africa, edited by S.R. Benatar (1992), University of Cape Town.
  37. A. Buchanan, Trends, Problems, and Prospects of Teaching and Research in Medical Ethics in the U.S., in Bioethics Debates in a Changing South Africa, edited by S.R. Benatar (1992), University of Cape Town.
  38. A. Buchanan, Public and Private Responsibilities in the U.S. Healthcare Systems, in Changing to National Health Care, edited by R. Hueffner and M.P. Battin (1992), University of Utah Press.
  39. A. Buchanan, Entry on "Distributive Justice, in The Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by L. Becker, editor-in-chief (1992), New York: Garland Publishing Inc..
  40. A. Buchanan, The Physician's Knowledge and the Patient's Best Interest, in Ethics, Trust, and Professions, edited by Edmund Pelligrino (1991), Georgetown University Press.
  41. A. Buchanan, Allocation and Healthcare Delivery, in Medical Ethics, edited by R. Veatch (1990), McMillan.
  42. A. Buchanan, Ethical Issues in a Changing Healthcare Environment, in Health Care Issues and American Economic Growth, edited by G. Libecap (1990), J.A.I. Press.
  43. A. Buchanan, Rights, Obligations, and the Special Importance of Health Care, in The Right to Health Care, edited by S. Spicker and T. Englehardt (1989), Reidel Publishing Co..
  44. A. Buchanan, An Ethical Evaluation of the U.S. Health Care System, in Health Care Systems, edited by Hans-Martin Sass and Robert U. Massey (1988), Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  45. A. Buchanan with Dan Brock, Ethical Implications of the Growth of For-Profit Health Care, in Profit Enterprise in Health Care (1986), National Academy Press.
  46. A. Buchanan, Competition, Charity, and the Right to Health Care, in The Restraint of Liberty, edited by T. Attig, D. Callen, and J. Gray (1985), Bowling Green University Press.
  47. A. Buchanan, Limitations on the Family's Authority to Decide for the Incompetent Patient, in Ethics Committees, edited by E. Doudera and R. Cranford (1985).
  48. A. Buchanan, Out Treatment of Incompetents, in Border Crossings: New Introductory Essays in Biomedical Ethics, edited by T. Regan and D. Van Deveer (1985), Temple University Press.
  49. A. Buchanan, The Limits Of Proxy Decision Making, in Paternalism, edited by Rolf Sartorius (1983), University of Minnesota Press (revised version, U.C.L.A. Law Review, 1981.).
  50. A. Buchanan, The Marxism Conceptual Framework and the Origins of Totalitarian Socialism, in Marxism and Democracy, edited by J. Paul (1982), Basil Blackwell Publishing Co..
  51. A. Buchanan, Philosophical Foundations of Beneficence, in Beneficence and Health-Care, edited by E. Shelp (1982), Reidel Publishing Co..
  52. A. Buchanan, Justice: A Philosophical Review, edited by E. Shelp, Justice and Health Care (1981), Reidel Publishing Co..
  53. A. Buchanan, Deriving Welfare Rights from Libertarian Rights, in Income Support: Conceptual and Policy Issues, edited by P.G. Brown, et al., Center for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland (1981), Rowman and Littlefield.
  54. A. Buchanan, Rawls's Theory of Justice: A Critical Introduction, in John Rawls's Theory of Social Justice, edited by G. Blocker, et al. (1980), Ohio University Press.

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