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ANNOUNCEMENT The Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, antipodean equivalent of the MLA, will convene its 1987 meeting in February (midsummer) at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Beyond papers on mainstream topics in language studies and literary history and criticism, the 1987 meeting will place a special emphasis on feminist criticism and on literary dieory. The keynote address is by Christopher Norris, who will speak on "Deconstruction, Literature, and Philosophy." Northern Hemisphere scholars are cordially invited to participate in the conference. Christchurch, where the meeting will be held, is a beautiful and civilized city, situated on the South Pacific against die backdrop of the Southern Alps. For further information, contact Dr. Gareth Cordery, Department of English, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Social Theory and Practice An International and InterdisciplinaryJournal of Social Philosophy Volume 11, Number 2 Summer 1985 Toward a Human Rights Based Account of the Just War Daniel F. Montaldi Workfare and the Imposition of Discipline Mary E. Hawkesworth The Public Process of Moral Adjudication Kenneth Pahel Harming Women as a Group Marilyn A. Friedman and Larry May Why There Are Human Rights Alan Gewirth The Motivation for Human Rights Douglas N. Husak The Department of Philosophy, The Florida State University ...


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