Journal of Social Philosophy

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Social Philosophy is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Neurodiversity, epistemic injustice, and the good human life50
Structural health vulnerability: Health inequalities, structural and epistemic injustice18
Affective injustice and fundamental affective goods12
Failures of Methodological Individualism: The Materiality of Social Systems9
Global political legitimacy and the structural power of capital8
“Conspiracy theory”: The case for being critically receptive7
“How should we respond to climate change? Virtue ethics and aggregation problems”5
Philosophy’s other climate problem☆5
Economic contagion and a pro‐poor social epidemiology4
“Cultural Racism”: Biology and Culture in Racist Thought4
Academic excellence and structural epistemic injustice: Toward a more just epistemic economy in philosophy4
Veganism as political solidarity: Beyond ‘ethical veganism’4
Helping others in interaction4
What’s wrong with dogwhistles4
Structural injustice and the Requirements of Beauty4
Living well wherever you are: Radical hope and the good life in the Anthropocene4
Think local, act global: Civic vigilance as cosmopolitan political motivation3
Patriotic Education in a Global Age: A brief introduction3
Patriotism in the age of Trump3
A realist epistemic utopia? Epistemic practices in a climate camp3
Sexual desire and structural injustice3
Refugees and others enduring displacement: Structural injustice, health, and ethical placemaking3
Trolling as speech act3
The state and its alternatives: Comments on Anna Stilz’s Territorial Sovereignty3
Understanding and fighting structural injustice3
The dignity of work: An ethical argument against mandatory retirement3
Precarity, precariousness, and disability3
Official apologies as reparations for dirty hands3
You can't tell me what to do! Why should states comply with international institutions?2
Territorial sovereignty and humankind's common heritage☆2
On what we can expect from one another: Reciprocity in families, clubs, and corporations2
Global justice and structural injustice: Theoretical and practical perspectives2
Democratic equality and higher education: Moving from access to completion2
Toward a republican theory of secession2
The problem of selective prosecution and the legitimacy of the International Criminal Court2
Territory, self‐determination, and climate change: Reflections on Anna Stilz’s Territorial Sovereignty: A Philosophical Exploration2
Shameless luck egalitarians2
Sex selection and global gender justice2
The moral harms of domestic violence2
How many women judges are enough on international courts?2
Solving the Puzzle of Partiality2
Disrupting Demands: Messy Challenges to Analytic Methodology2
What is a black radical Kantianism without Du Bois? On method, principle, and abolition democracy2
Descriptive representation of women in international courts2
Supererogatory and obligatory rescues: Should we institutionalize the duty to intervene?2
Incoherent Abortion Exceptions2
Rethinking the right to know and the case for restorative epistemic reparation1
The Rationality of Fundamentalist Belief1
Bitterness without hope1
The importance of contingently public goods1
The philosophy exception website project1
Why so serious? An inquiry on racist jokes1
Can narratives about sovereign debt be generally ideologically suspicious? An exercise in broadening the scope of ideology critique1
Labor automation for fair cooperation: Why and how machines should provide meaningful work for all1
Substantive metaphysical debates about gender and race: Verbal disputes and metaphysical deflationism1
Does ectogestation have oppressive potential?1
Responsibility for implicitly biased behavior: A habit‐based approach1
Microaggressions as negligence1
Racial Conflation: Agency, Black Action, and Criminal Intent1
An irreducible understanding of animal dignity1
Partial ectogestation and the right to choose the method by which one ends one's pregnancy1
Federalism as an institutional doctrine1
The populist challenge to European Union legitimacy: Old wine in new bottles?1
Hannah Arendt's action and contemplation: Two sides of the same coin1
Stability and disruptive speech1
Reparations for White supremacy? Charles W. Mills and reparative vs. distributive justice after the structural turn1
Reply to my critics1
Is affirmative action racist? Reflections toward a theory of institutional racism1
Temporal control at work: Qualitative time and temporal injustice in the workplace1
Tying ourselves to the mast, or acting for the sake of justice? Ethos, individual duties, and social sanctions1
Unacknowledged: Revising the notion of institutional status roles to reflect the subordination of marginalized agents1
Beyond essentialist fallacies: Fine‐tuning ideology critique of appeals to biological sex differences1
Beyond the nonideal: Why critical theory needs a utopian dimension1
Reciprocity and the ethics of giving during pandemics1
Land, resources, and inequality1
Workplace democracy, exploitation, and liberalism: Why labor‐managed firms are neither exploitative nor illiberal1
Power, privilege, and obverse apprenticeship1
Against parental licensing1
The legitimacy of international courts: The challenge of diversity1
Problems of conceptual amelioration: The question of rape myths1
Children, credibility, and testimonial injustice1
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