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2017

“Democracy and Regional Human Rights Courts.” ICON- International Journal of Constitutional Law 15 (2) 358. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“Exporting the Margin of Appreciation: Lessons for the Inter-American Court of Human Rights?” ICON – International journal of constitutional law 15 (2): 359-371.[ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [SSRN][WEB].

“Getting to Justice? On Albert Weale: Democratic Justice.” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 20 (2): 231-242 [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [SSRN][WEB]

“Tracking Justice Democratically.” Social Epistemology 31 (3): 324-339. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK][SSRN][WEB].

2016

“Building Democracy at the Bar: The European Court of Human Rights as an Agent of Transitional Cosmopolitanism.” Transnational Legal Theory (special issue, ed. Claudio Corradetti).[ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“Implications of Contested Multilateralism for Global Constitutionalism” Global Constitutionalism 5 (3): 297-308.[ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

-and N. Tsereteli “The Margin of Appreciation in Europe and Beyond.” The International Journal of Human Rights 20 (8): 1055-1057.[ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK]

“Squaring the Circle at the Battle at Brighton: Is the War between Protecting Human Rights or Respecting Sovereignty over, or Has It Just Begun?” Shifting Centres of Gravity in Human Rights Protection: Rethinking Relations between the ECHR, EU, and National Legal Orders. O. M. Arnardóttir &A. Buyse. London, Routledge: 189-204. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN] [WEB].

“Subsidiarity and International Human Rights Courts: Respecting Self Governance and Protecting Human Rights – or Neither?” Law and Contemporary Problems 79 (2): 147-163. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Subsidiarity to the Rescue for the European Courts? Resolving Tensions between the Margin of Appreciation and Human Rights Protection”. Join, or Die – Philosophical Foundations of Federalism. Eds. D. Heideman & K. Stoppenbrink, de Gruyter: 251-272. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [SSRN] [WEB].

2015

“Curb, Channel and Coordinate: The Constitutionalisation of International Courts and Tribunals”. The Contribution of International and Supranational Courts to the Rule of Law . G. D. Baere &J. Wouters. Cheltenham, Elgar Publishing 355-369. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN][WEB].

“International Human Rights Courts: Beyond a State of Nature – Foreword”. Fragmentation in International Human Rights Law: Beyond Conflicts of Laws. M. Ajevski, ed. London, Routledge: xi-xviii. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN] [WEB].

“Machiavelli at 500: From Cynic to Vigilant Supporter of International Law.” Ratio Juris 28 (2): 242-51.[ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [SSRN][WEB].

and V. Muniz-Fraticelli “The Principle of Subsidiarity as a Constitutional Principle in the EU and Canada.” Les Ateliers de l’Éthique/The Ethics Forum 10 (2): 89-206.[ABSTRACT] [DOI] .

“Social Primary Goods”. in The Cambridge Rawls Lexicon. J. Mandle & D. Reidy. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 643-647. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN] [WEB]

2014
“A Common European Identity for European Citizenship?” German Law Journal 15 (5): 765-775. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK].

“Competing Conceptions of Subsidiarity “. Nomos LV: Federalism and Subsidiarity. Eds J. E. Fleming & J. T. Levy. New York, New York University Press: 214-230. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN] [WEB].

“Del av problemet, og del av løsningen: Den europeiske menneskerettighetsdomstolen og demokratisk selvstyre”. Det norske demokratiet i det 21. århundre. H. Baldersheim & Ø. Østerud. Oslo, Fagbokforlaget: 80-91. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Democracy, Identity, and European Public Spheres “. European Public Spheres: Politics Is Back. T. Risse. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 247-262. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN] [WEB].

“Democratic Standards in an Asymmetric Union”. Democratic Politics in a European Union under Stress. O. Cramme &S. B. Hobolt. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 199 -216. [D0I/LINK] [SSRN] [WEB]

“Engagement, Divestment, or Both? Conflicts and Interactions: The Case of the Norwegian Pension Fund”. Sovereign Financing . J. P. Bohoslavsky &J. L. Cernic. Oxford, Hart: 323-336. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

– Ulfstein, G. and A. Follesdal “The European Court of Human Rights and the Norwegian Supreme Court – Independence and Democratic Control”. The Independence of Judges. N. A. Engstad, A. L. Frøseth & B. Tønder, Eleven: 247-260. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN].

“Federalism and Human Rights in Nepal’s Constitutional Design: Challenges for the Judiciary”. Constitutionalism and Good Governance: Western and Eastern Perspectives. D. Ehlers, H. Glaser & K. Prokati. Baden Baden, Nomos. 1: 193-203. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN] [WEB].

“Global Citizenship”. in Global Citizen – Challenges and Responsibility in an Interconnected World. ed. A. B. Sterri. Rotterdam, Sense 71-82. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Guiding and Guarding International Judges.” New York University School of Law Journal of International Law and Politics 46 (3): 793-808 [WEB].

“Hvis det norske forbudet mot dobbelt statsborgerskap er løsningen, hva er da problemet?”, i Politisk kompetanse: Grunnlovas borgar 1814-2014 red. N. R. Langeland. Oslo, Pax: 78-87. [ABSTRACT] [SAMMENDRAG] [WEB]

“John Rawls’ Theory of Justice as Fairness “. Philosophy of Justice. G. Fløistad. Dordrecht, Springer: 311-328. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN] [WEB].

“Kant, Human Rights, and Courts”. Kantian Theory and Human Rights. A. Follesdal &R. Maliks, Routledge: 193-202. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

with R. Maliks “Kantian Theory and Human Rights”. in Kantian Theory and Human Rights. A. Follesdal & R. Maliks, Routledge: 1-7.[ABSTRACT]  [WEB].

-“Legitimacy Challenges and What to Do About Them – Accountability and Authority of the European Court of Human Rights.” Proceedings of Conference on the Long-term future of the European Court of Human Rights: 78-85. [ABSTRACT] [WEB]. [FULL PROCEEDINGS]

with R. Maliks, Eds. Kantian Theory and Human Rights, Routledge. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Subsidiarity and the Global Order”. Global Perspectives on Subsidiarity. A. Zimmerman & M. Evans. Dordrecht, Springer: 207-220. [ABSTRACT] [SSRN] [WEB].

“Okin, Susan”. Encyclopedia of Political Thought. M. Gibbons, D. Coole &E. Ellis, Wiley-Blackwell. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [SSRN].

2013

Schaffer, J. K., A. Follesdal and G. Ulfstein 2013 “International Human Rights and the Challenge of Legitimacy”. The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Regimes. A. Follesdal, J. Schaffer &G. Ulfstein. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 1-30. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Much Ado About Nothing? International Judicial Review of Human Rights in Well Functioning Democracies “. The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Regimes. A. Follesdal, J. Schaffer &G. Ulfstein. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 272-299. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

With J. Schaffer and G. Ulfstein, Eds. 2013 The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Regimes: Legal, Political and Philosophical Perspectives. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

With Chavez, L. C. “Fragile Democracies, Strong Human Rights Courts? Comparing European and Inter-American Cases.” Nordic Journal of Human Rights 31 (4): 471-476. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Much Ado About Nothing? Claims About Political Appointment to the Norwegian Supreme Court – and What to Do – and Not to Do – About It.” Tidsskrift for rettsvitenskap (3): 365-371. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

Follesdal, A., B. Peters and G. Ulfstein, Eds. 2013 Constituting Europe: The European Court of Human Rights in a National, European and Global Context. Studies on Human Rights Conventions. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

Follesdal, A., B. Peters and G. Ulfstein 2013 “Introduction “. Constituting Europe: The European Court of Human Rights in a National, European and Global Context. A. Follesdal, B. Peters &G. Ulfstein. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 1-24. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

Follesdal, A., B. Peters and G. Ulfstein 2013 “Conclusions”. Constituting Europe: The European Court of Human Rights in a National, European and Global Context. A. Follesdal, B. Peters &G. Ulfstein. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 389-402. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“The Legitimacy Deficits of the Human Rights Judiciary: Elements and Implications of a Normative Theory.” Theoretical Inquiries in Law 14 (2): 339-360. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Subsidiarity as a Constitutional Principle in International Law.” Global Constitutionalism 2 (1): 37-62.[ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

2012
“Global Distributive Justice? State Boundaries as a Normative Problem.” Global Constitutionalism 1 (2): 261-277. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“Europe’s Raison d’Être: Leadership, Democracy – or Both? Reflections on G. de Burca and J. Weiler ” Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 19 (1): 7-8. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Multiple Citizenship: Normative Ideals and Institutional Challenges.” with Eva Erman. In Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 15 (3): 279-302. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“The Principle of Subsidiarity as a Constitutional Principle in International Law.” Jean Monnet Working Paper 12/11. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Den europeiske menneskerettighetsdomstolen og høyesterett – Uavhengighet og demokratisk kontroll”. med Geir Ulfstein. I Dommernes uavhengighet. N. A. Engstad, A. L. Frøseth &B. Tønder. Bergen, red. Fagbokforlaget: 443-461. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Will the Reform Treaty Combat the Union’s Legitimacy Crisis?”. Die Legitimität Von Supranationalen Institutionen Der EU. J.-C. Merle. Münster, LIT-Verlag: 112-129. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

2011

— with J. Perlmann “Can There Be a Just Zionism? Does Anyone Care? On Chaim Ganz, A Just ZionismEthical Perspectives 18 (4): 625-32. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“Human Rights Investment Filters: A Defense”. Human Rights, Corporate Complicity and Disinvestment. A. Follesdal, O. Mestad &G. Nystuen. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 132-155. [ABSTRACT][WEB].

Nystuen, G., A. Follesdal and O. Mestad 2011 “Introduction”. Human Rights, Corporate Complicity and Disinvestment. G. Nystuen, A. Follesdal &O. Mestad. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 1-15. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

Nystuen, G., A. Follesdal and O. Mestad, Eds. 2011 Human Rights, Corporate Complicity and Disinvestment. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [ABSTRACT].

“Föderalismus”. Politische Theorie Und Politische Philosophie. M. Hartmann &C. Offe. Munich, C.H.Beck: 95-98. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“The Distributive Justice of a Global Basic Structure: A Category Mistake?” Politics, Philosophy and Economics 10 (1): 46-65. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB]

“Nepal’s Constitution Writing Process: Rebuilding the Ship While at Sea ” International Journal of Minority and Group Rights 18 (3): 287-291. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“Federalism, Ethnicity and Human Rights in Nepal – Or: Althusius Meets Acharya ” International Journal of Minority and Group Rights 18: 335-342. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].
Editor, Special Issue on Nepal’s Constitution International Journal of Minority and Group Rights 18 (3).[ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“Er internasjonal menneskerettighetsprøving legitim?” Nytt norsk tidsskrift (1): 71-80. [ABSTRACT].

“Cosmopolitanism in Practice? The Case of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund”. Cosmopolitan Justice and Its Discontents. C. Bailliet &K. Franko Aas. Milton Park, Routledge: 205-217. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

Mansbridge, J. J., J. Bohman, S. Chambers, D. Estlund, A. Follesdal, A. Fung, C. Lafont, M. Bernard and J. L. Marti 2011 “La Place De L’intérêt Particulier Et Le Rôle Du Pouvoir Dans La Démocratie Délibérative (the Place of Self-Interest and the Role of Power in Deliberative Democracy).” Raisons Politiques 42: 47-82. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

“Cosmopolitan Democracy: Neither a Category Mistake nor a Categorical Imperative”. Global Democracy. D. Archibugi, M. Koenig-Archibugi &R. Marchetti. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.[ABSTRACT] [WEB].

“The Legitimacy Challenges for New Modes of Governance: Trustworthy Responsiveness.” Government and Opposition 46 (1): 81-100. [ABSTRACT] [D0I/LINK] [WEB].

2010

Bellamy, R., D. Castiglione, A. Follesdal and A. Weale 2010 “Evaluating Trustworthiness, Representation and Political Accountability in New Modes of Governance”. New Modes of Governance in Europe. A. Heretier &M. Rhodes, Palgrave Macmillan: 135-162. [WEB].

– Mansbridge, J. J., J. Bohman, S. Chambers, D. Estlund, A. Follesdal, A. Fung, C. Lafont, M. Bernard and J. L. Marti 2010 “The Place of Self-interest and the Role of Power in Deliberative Democracy.” Journal of Political Philosophy 18 (1): 64-100. [ABSTRACT] [DOI].

– “Federalism.” Revised version [WEB VERSION].

“Universal Human Rights as a Shared Political Identity: Impossible? Necessary? Sufficient? “. Global Democracy and Exclusion. R. Tinnevelt & H. de Schutter. Chichester, Whiley-Blackwell: 161-176. [ABSTRACT][WEB]. [WEB-Volume].

– “Non-State Oriented Political Theory: A Critical Assessment”. Political Theory of the European Union. J. Neyer & A. Wiener. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 205-212. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

– “Geokratiet – Valglovens demokratiske underskudd” Norsk statsvitenskapelig tidsskrift, 26 (2): 149-160. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION]

– “Om åpenhet og uavhengighet ” Nytt norsk tidsskrift 27 (1-2): 192-197. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

(–English version: “On Transparency and Independence.” Norges Banks skriftserie/Occasional Papers (41): 22-28. [ABSTRACT][WEB] [WEB – Norges Bank])

2009

Editor, with Thomas Pogge: Special Issue: Human Rights: Normative Requirements and Institutional Constraints, Journal of Social Philosophy, 40 (4) [WEB VERSION].

– 2009 “How to bring normative requirements to bear on institutions beyond the state.” Journal of Social Philosophy, 40 (4): 461-465 [WEB VERSION].

– 2009 “The legitimacy of international human rights review: The case of the European Court of Human Rights” Journal of Social Philosophy, 40 (4): 595-607 [WEB VERSION].

– 2009 “If there is no common and unique European identity, should we Create One?”. Multiculturalism and nationalism in a world of immigration. K. Lippert-Rasmussen &et al. (eds). Basingstoke, Palgrave: 194-227. [WEB VERSION].

– 2009 “How up to date is the White Paper on EU Governance?” The Acts of the Ateliers on Multilevel governance, 21-26. Brussels: Committee of the Regions. [WEB VERSION].

– 2009 “On Federalism, Ethnicity and Human Rights in Nepal” (in Nepalese), in Man Bahadur Bk and Chakram Bishwakarma (eds.), Dalits in Federalism .(Kathmandu: Dalit Welfare Organization). [WEB VERSION].

– 2009 “Methods of Philosophical Research on Human Rights”. Methods of Human Rights Research . F. Coomans, M. Kamminga & F. Grunfeld (eds). Antwerp, Intersentia. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– Follesdal, A. and M. Wind 2009 “Nordic Scepticism toward Judicial Review.” Nordic Journal of Human Rights 27 (2): 131-141. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2009 “Universal Human Rights as a Shared Political Identity: Necessary? Sufficient? Impossible?” Metaphilosophy 40 (1): 65-76.[ABSTRACT] [DOI].

– 2009 “When ‘Common Interests’ are not Common: why the ‘Global Basic Structure’ should be democratic.” Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 16 (2): 585-604.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2009 “Why the European Court on Human Rights might be Democratically Legitimate – A Modest Defense.” Nordic Journal of Human Rights 27 (2): 289-303. [ABSTRACT] [WEB PDF].

 

2008

– Føllesdal, A. 2008 “Den som venter på noe godt, venter forgjeves på Ventelo – En farse i altfor mange akter.” Stat og Styring (1): 56-59.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– Follesdal, A. 2008 “Epilogue: Toward more legitimate multilevel regulation”. Multilevel Regulation and the EU: The interplay between Global, Europan and National normative processes. A. Follesdal, R. Wessel &J. Wouters (eds). Leiden, Martinus Nijhoff: 377-398.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2008 “Equality of Education and Citizenship: Challenges of European Integration.” Studies in Philosophy and Education 27 (5): 335-354. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– “European Union Citizenship.” EU research in social sciences and humanities : Policy Synthesis of EU Research Results, [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2008 “How to Organize Democracy in Multi-level and Multi-cultural States: Can it be done? Should it be done? [In Chinese]”. EU Governance Model. Z. Hong &B. Kohler-Koch (eds). Beijing, Social Science Academy Press Chinese Academy of Social Science: 102-126. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2008 “Human Rights, Democracy and Federalism – part of the problem or
part of the solution? Securing stability in the European Union and the
People’s Republic of China.” Current Politics and Economics of Asia 17 (1): 211-236.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2008 “International Judicial Human Rights Review – Effective, Legitimate or Both?”. Universalism in International Law and Political Philosophy. J. Sihvola, P. Korkman &V. Mäkinen (eds). Helsinki, COLLeGIUM.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2008 “The Legitimacy Challenges for New Modes of Governance: Trustworthy Responsiveness.” NEWGOV Report DTF/D09.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– Føllesdal, A. 2008 “Menneskerettighetenes verdigrunnlag”. Politikk og menneskerettigheter. H. O. Bergesen, J. Ryssevik, A. Føllesdal &M. Heir (eds). Oslo, Aschehoug: 8-31.[ABSTRACT].

– Wouters, J., R. Wessel and A. Follesdal 2008 “Multilevel regulation and the EU: a brief introduction”. Multilevel Regulation and the EU: The interplay between Global, Europan and National normative processes. A. Follesdal, R. Wessel &J. Wouters (eds). Leiden, Martinus Nijhoff: 1-6.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– Follesdal, A., R. Wessel and J. Wouters, Eds. 2008 Multilevel Regulation and the EU: The interplay between Global, Europan and National normative processes. Leiden, Martinus Nijhoff.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– Follesdal, A. 2008 “On accountability and legitimacy in the EU: Facing the issue of Assurance.” NEWGOV Cluster Documents – DTF – D08. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– Bergesen, H. O., J. Ryssevik, A. Føllesdal and M. Heir 2008 Politikk og menneskerettigheter. Oslo, Aschehoug.[ABSTRACT].

– Follesdal, A. 2008 “Subsidiarität”. Handbuch der Politischen Philosophie und Sozialphilosophie. S. Gosepath, W. Hinsch &B. Rössler (eds). Berlin, Gruyter. 2: 1307-1313.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

 

2007

– Follesdal, A., L. Giorgi and R. Heuberger 2007 “Envisioning European
solidarity between welfare ideologies and the European Social Agenda.” Innovation 20 (1): 75-92.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– Follesdal, A. 2007 “Ethical Investment and Human Rights: A Norwegian Case.” Nordic Journal on Human Rights 25 (4): 420-433. [WEB VERSION]

– 2007 “If Union Citizenship Is the Right Answer, What Is the Question?” European Citizenship: Theories, Arenas, Levels. S. Piattoni & R. Scartezzini. Baden-Baden, Nomos, 123-34. [ABSTRACT] [WEB].

– 2007 “Legitimacy Deficits beyond the State: Diagnoses and Cures”. Legitimacy in an Age of Global Politics. A. Hurrelmann, S. Schneider &J. Steffek (eds), Palgrave: 211-228. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2007 “Normative Political Theory and the European Union”. Handbook of European Union Politics. K. E. Jorgensen, M. A. Pollack &B. Rosamund (eds). London, Sage: 317-335. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2007 “Securing equality and citizenship under European Integration”. Changing Notions of Citizenship Education in Contemporary Nation-states. N. Burbules &K. Roth (eds). Rotterdam, Sense Publishers: 77-99.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– Micheletti, M. and A. Follesdal 2007 “Shopping for human rights – special issue.” Journal of Consumer Policy 30 (3).[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2007 “Shopping for Human Rights. An introduction to the Special Issue.” Journal of Consumer Policy – Shopping for human rights – special issue 30 (3): 167-175.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2007 “The sort of Nationalism and Patriotism that Europe Needs”. Ethics, Nationalism, and Just War: Medieval and Contemporary Perspectives. H. Syse &G. Reichberg (eds). Washington DC, Catholic University of America Press: 267-289.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2007 “Toward self-sustaining stability? How the Constitutional Treaty
would enhance forms of institutional and national balance.” Regional and federal studies 17 (3): 353-374.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2007 “Why international human rights judicial review might be democratically legitimate.” Scandinavian Studies in Law 52: 103-122.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

– 2007 “Would the Constitutional Treaty help alleviate the Union’s legitimacy crisis?” Scandinavian Studies in Law 52: 371-382.[ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

2006

Butenschon, Nils, and Andreas Follesdal, eds. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, – Special Issue on Human Rights and the Accommodation of Difference . Vol. 13.

“Minority and group rights to accommodate difference: approaches and applications.” International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 13, 2-3: 131-39.

“Between Petros and a Hard Place? Human Rights to Religious Liberty or to Gender Equality in Europe .” Gender, Religion, Human Rights in Europe. Kari Børresen and Sara Cabibbo, editors . Rome: Herder, 63-83 [WEB VERSION].

“The Constitutional Treaty: the Answer to the European Union’s Quest for a Consistent Human Rights Policy?” International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, 3-4: 209-22.

“Ethical investment: Workable and Effective? The case of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund (in Spanish).” Economia Exterior. [WEB VERSION].

“EU legitimacy and Normative Political Theory .” Palgrave Advances in European Union Studies. Michelle Cini and Angela Bourne, editors . Houndmills: Palgrave, 151-73 [WEB VERSION].

“Federalism.” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy – http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/federalism/, Zalta, Edward N., ed [WEB VERSION].

“Justice, stability and toleration in a Federation of Well-ordered Peoples.” Rawls’s Law of Peoples: A realistic utopia?. Rex Martin and David Reidy, editors . Oxford: Blackwell, 299-317. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“The Legitimacy Deficits of the European Union.” Journal of Political Philosophy 14, 4: 441-68. [WEB VERSION].

“Subsidiarity, Democracy and Human rights in the Constitutional Treaty for Europe.” Journal of Social Philosophy: 61-80. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Towards a Stable Federal Finalité? Forms and Arenas of Institutional
and National Balances in the Constitutional Treaty for Europe.” Towards a Federal Europe?. Alexander Trechsel, editor. Same as 2005 JEPP [WEB VERSION].

“The value added of theories of deliberative democracy: where (not) to look.” Deliberative Democracy and Its Discontents. Samantha Besson and José Luis Martí, editors Ashgate, 57-72. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Why the EU does not need a uniform approach to Human Rights.” New Spaces of European Governance. Josef Melchior, editor . Vienna: Facultas.

, & Nils Butenschon. “Do minority and group rights promote just
stability in non-unitary political orders? A Research Agenda .” International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 13, 2-3: 141-52.[WEB VERSION].

, & Simon Hix. “Why there is a Democratic Deficit in the EU: A Response to Majone and Moravcsik.” Journal of Common Market Studies 44, 3: 533-62. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

 

2005

Boström, Magnus, Andreas Føllesdal, Mikael Klintman, Michele Micheletti, and Mads P. Sørensen, eds Political Consumerism: Its motivations, power, and conditions in the Nordic countries and elsewhere. København: Nordisk ministerråd [WEB VERSION].

“Exit, Choice and Loyalty: Religious Liberty versus Gender Equality. In memory of Susan Moller Okin.” Journal of Social Philosophy 36, 4: 407-20. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Human Rights and Relativism.” Real World Justice: Grounds, Principles, Human Rights Standards and Institutions. Andreas Follesdal and Thomas Pogge, editors . Berlin: Springer, 265-83. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Legitymizacja regulacyjnej komitologii (The Legitimacy of Regulatory
Comitology – Reflections on the promises and pitfalls of strategies of
legitimation).” Komitety i komitologia. Maria Karasinska-Fendler, editor . Lodz: Foundation for European Studies – European Institute, 197-239. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“The Seven Habits of Highly Legitimate New Modes of Governance.” NEWGOV Presentation. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Towards a Stable Federal Finalité? Forms and Arenas of Institutional
and National Balances in the Constitutional Treaty for Europe.” Journal of European Public Policy – Special Issue: Towards a Federal Europe? 12, 3: 572-89.[WEB ] [WEB journal].

“Where to look for deliberative democracy.” Democracy beyond borders?. Folke Tersman, editor . Stockholm: Thales, 44-59.

, & Simon Hix. “Why there is a Democratic Deficit in the EU: A Response to Majone and Moravcsik.” European Governance Papers 1, 2. [WEB VERSION].

, & Thomas Pogge “Introduction.” Real World Justice: Grounds, Principles, Human Rights Standards and Institutions. Andreas Follesdal and Thomas Pogge, editors . Doordrecht: Springer, 1-19. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

, and Thomas Pogge, eds Real World Justice: Grounds, Principles, Human Rights, and Social Institutions. Doordrecht: Springer. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

 

2004

– “Liberal Contractualism – Partial and Particularist, Impartial and Cosmdopolitan”. International Distributive Justice: Cosmopolitanism and its Critics. S. Caney &P. Lehning (eds). London, Routledge. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Christiansen, Thomas, Andreas Follesdal, & Simona Piattoni “Informal Governance in the European Union: An Introduction. ” Informal governance in the European Union. Thomas Christiansen and Simona Piattoni, editors . Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 1-21. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION]..

Dobson, Lynn, & Andreas Follesdal “Introduction.” Political Theory and the European Constitution. Lynn Dobson and Andreas Follesdal, editors . London: Routledge. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Dobson, Lynn, and Andreas Follesdal, eds Political Theory and the European Constitution. London: Routledge. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Achieving Balance? Forms and Arenas of Institutional and National Balances in the Draft Constitutional Treaty .” The Federal Trust, London. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Achieving Stability: Balance in the Draft Constitutional Treaty.” Harvard International Review 26, 3: 62-67. [WEB VERSION].

“Do multicultural policies erode trust in redistributive programs? Questions for Miller and Soroka, Johnston & Banting.” Cultural diversity versus economic solidarity. Philippe Van Parijs, editor . Brussels: Debouck Universite. Francqui Scientific Library. [WEB VERSION].

“Legitimacy Theories of the European Union.” ARENA Working Paper. Revised Version Published in Journal of Political Philosophy, 14, 4: 441-68, 2006, 15. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“The philosopher as coach: Expertise and expectations of ethics consultants .” Experts in science and society. Elke Kurz-Milcke and Gerd Gigerenzer, editors . New York: Kluwer, 181-200 [WEB VERSION].

“Political consumerism as chance and challenge.” Politics, products and markets: Exploring political consumerism past and present. Michele Micheletti, Andreas Follesdal and Dietlind Stolle, editors . New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Press, 3-20. [ABSTRACT].

“The Special Claims of Indigenous Minorities to Corrective Justice.” Justice in Time. Responding to Historical Injustice. Lukas Meyer, editor . Interdisziplinaere Studien zu Recht und Staat. Baden: Nomos, 339-53 [WEB VERSION].

, & Lynn Dobson “Conclusion.” Political Theory and the European Constitution. Lynn Dobson and Andreas Follesdal, editors . London: Routledge, 175-84 [WEB VERSION].

, Michele Micheletti, & Dietlind Stolle “Political Consumerism, Lessons and Potential: Conclusions.” Politics, products and markets: Exploring political consumerism past and present. Michele Micheletti, Andreas Follesdal and Dietlind Stolle, editors . New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Press, 289-300. [ABSTRACT].

Føllesdal, Andreas “Internasjonale forpliktelser og demokrati.” Demokrati – vilkår og virkninger (revidert utgave). Knut Midgaard and Bjørn Erik Rasch, editors . Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 349-74. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Micheletti, Michele, Andreas Follesdal, and Dietlind Stolle, eds. Politics, products and markets: Exploring political consumerism past and present. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Press. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Introduction: The Market as a Site of Politics.” Politics, products and markets: Exploring political consumerism past and present. Michele Micheletti, Andreas Follesdal and Dietlind Stolle, editors . New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Press, ix-xxvi. [ABSTRACT].

 

2003

. “The Political Theory of the White Paper on Governance: Hidden and Fascinating.” European Public Law 9, 1: 73-86. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas. “Bør prioritering av helsetiltak baseres på pliktetikk eller nytteetikk?” Tidsskrift for Den Norske Lægeforening 123, 20: 2897-8. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas. “Er normativ politisk teori død i Norden? Diagnose og prognose.” Distinktion, 7: 129-38. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas “Om John Rawls’ teori om rettferdighet som rimelighet.” John Rawls: Rettferdighet som rimelighet. Oslo: Pax, 11-36 [WEB VERSION].

Swensen, Kai transl., and Andreas Føllesdal (Innledning), transl. John Rawls: Rettferdighet som rimelighet (Justice as Fairness). Oslo: Pax. [ABSTRACT].

 

2002

“Citizenship: European and Global.” Global Citizenship. Nigel Dower and John Williams, editors . Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 71-83. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Constructing a European Civic Society: Vaccination for Trust in a Fair, Multi-Level Europe.” Studies in East European Thought 54: 303-24. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Drafting a European Constitution Challenges and Opportunitites.” ConWEB Online – Constitutionalism Web Papers, University of Manchester School of Law. No 4. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Rawls in the Nordic Countries.” Rawls in Europe, Special Issue of European Journal of Political Theory 1, 2: 181-98. [WEB VERSION].

“Schools and Equality.” Proceedings from the 26th Annual Conference of the ATTE Association for Teacher Education in Europe. Stockholm: Stockholm Institute of Education Press, 29-42 [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas “John Rawls.” Vestens store tenkere: fra Platon til våre dager. Trond Berg Eriksen, editor . Oslo: De norske bokklubbene/Aschehoug, 505-14 (414-422 i Aschehougs utgivelse).

“KRL-faget og Høyesterett: Vitneerklæring ved Human-etisk forbunds
ankesak om KRL-faget i Høyesterett (The subject “Christianity and other
philosophies of life” and the Supreme Court. Statement for the
Humanists’s appeal to the Supreme Court).” Mennesker Og Rettigheter: 70-79. [WEB VERSION].

 

2001

. “Constructing a European Civic Society: Participation and Belonging in a Multi-Level Europe.” Proceedings of Workshop on European Citizenship: Beyond Borders, Across Identities . [WEB VERSION].

“Federal Inequality among Equals: A Contractualist defense.” Global Justice. Thomas Pogge, editor . Oxford: Blackwell, 242-61. First published in Metaphilosophy 2001, 236-255. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Introduction to Special Issue on Sami Claims to Land and Water.” International Journal on Minority and Group Rights. [WEB VERSION].

“Sami Claims to Land and Water – Special Issue .” International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 8, 3. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

, ed. Special Issue on Union Citizenship Law and Philosophy. Vol. 20. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Union Citizenship: Conceptions, Conditions and Preconditions. Introduction to Special issue on Union Citizenship.” Law and Philosophy 20, 3: 233-37. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Union Citizenship: Unpacking the Beast of Burden.” Law and Philosophy 20, 3: 313-43. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas. “Hinsides Hakkebakkeskogen – Spesialnummer om global rettferdighet.” Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift, 2.

“Likeverd på anbud? Kan markedet sikre likeverd i morgendagens velferdsstat?” Tidsskrift for Velferdsforskning, 2: 135-44. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Menneskerettigheter og normativ politisk teori: Premisser og paradokser. ” Mennesker Og Rettigheter 19, 1: 59-65. [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas. “Teorier om global rettferdighet – hinsides Hakkebakkeskogen og naiv idealisme.” Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift – Spesialnummer Om Global Rettferdighet 7, 2: 131-47. [ABSTRACT].

 

2000

. “The future Soul of Europe: Nationalism or Just Patriotism? On David Miller’s Defence of Nationality .” Journal of Peace Research 37, 4: 503-18. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Global ethics and respect for culture.” Cultural integrity and world community. Cheryl Hughes and Yeager Hudson, editors . Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 3-24. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Global Justice as Impartiality: Whither claims to equal shares?” International Justice. Tony Coates, editor . Aldershot: Ashgate, 150-166. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

. “Indigenous minorities and the shadow of injustice past.” International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 7, 1: 19-37. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Justice: Global and European.” Global Society 14, 4: 591-609. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Liberal Nationalism – defending the very idea.” ISSEI 2000 CD-ROM. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“The problem of defining the ‘good’ in pluralistic societies.” World Culture Report 2000: Cultural diversity, conflict and pluralism. Lourdes Arizpe and Ann-Belinda Preis, editors . Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 36 [WEB VERSION].

“Subsidiarity and democratic deliberation.” Democracy in the European Union: Integration through Deliberation?. Erik Oddvar Eriksen and John Erik Fossum, editors . London: Routledge, 85-110. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

. “Theories of Democracy for Europe: Multi-level Challenges for Multi-level Governance.” ISSEI 2000 CD-ROM. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas, red. Dyreetikk [Animal Ethics]. Oslo: Fagbokforlaget. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas “Fellesskapsverdienes funksjon i filosofisk
perspektiv: Hvorfor og hva slags? (Innlegg på Motverdikonferansen
1999).” Bidrag til verdienes historie. Tor Egil Førland, editor . Oslo: Pax, 15-39 [WEB VERSION].

“Læring og likeverd: Bør skolen sikre likhet?” Norsk Pedagogisk Tidsskrift, 1: 17-31. [WEB VERSION].

“Meninger med målløst liv: Noen hovedretninger innen dyreetikk.” Dyreetikk. Andreas Føllesdal, editor . Oslo: Fagbokforlaget, 65-89 [WEB VERSION].

“Menneskerettigheter og ulike verdisyn: Vestlige mot asiatiske verdier? Gunnerusforelesningen 1999.” Det Kongelige Norske Videnskabers Selskab Forhandlinger. Trondheim: 105-21. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

 

1999

. “Global ethics, culture and development.” Forum for Development Studies 4, 1: 5-21. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Sustainable Development, State Sovereignty and International Justice.” Sustainable development: On the aims of development and conditions of sustainability. William M. Lafferty and Oluf Langhelle, editors . Houndsmills: Macmillan, 70-83. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Third country nationals as Euro-citizens – the case defended .” Whose Europe? The turn towards democracy. Dennis Smith and Sue Wright, editors . London: Blackwell, 104-22. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas. “Hva slags likhet? Amartya Sen om funksjoner og mulighetsrom.” Sosialøkonomen 3, 26-33 . [WEB VERSION].

“Hvorfor likhet, hva slags likhet? Normative føringer på forskning om
makt og demokrati (Why Equality – Equality of What? Normative
Guidelines for Research on Power and Democracy).” Tidsskrift for Samfunnsforskning 24, 2: 123-47. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Makt i John Rawls’ teori om Rettferdighet som rimelighet.” Maktbegrepet: Teori og kritikk. Fredrik Engelstad, editor . Oslo: AdNotam Gyldendal, 262-90. Makt- og demokratiutredningen. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Suverenitet – utydelig og uunngåelig.” Utenfor, annerledes og suveren? Norge under EØS-avtalen. Dag Harald Claes and Bent Sofus Tranøy, editors . Oslo: Fagbokforlaget, 269-79 [WEB VERSION].

 

1998

“Communitarian criticisms of Liberal Contractualism: an account and a defense.” Memory, History and Critique: European Identity at the Millennium. Frank Brinkhuis and Sasha Talmor, editors . Cambridge, Mass.: MIT, 10. ARENA Reprint 98/11. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Culture and the environment: Coping with conflicting goals and cultural diversity.” Our Creative Diversity –A Critical Perspective. Oslo: UNESCO/Norway: 109-16. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Democracy, legitimacy and majority rule in the EU.” Political Theory and the European Union: Legitimacy, constitutional choice and citizenship. Albert Weale and Michael Nentwich, editors . London: Routledge, 34-48 . [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“On the outside looking in: the view from Norway.” Die Union: Vierteljahreszeitschrift Für Integrationsfragen 4: 73-84. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Subsidiarity.” Journal of Political Philosophy 6, 2: 231-59. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas “Internasjonale forpliktelser og demokrati.” Demokrati – vilkår og virkninger. Knut Midgaard and Bjørn Erik Rasch, editors . Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 337-52. ARENA Reprint 98/6. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

 

1997

“Citizenship and Political Rights in the European Union: Consensus and Questions.. ” Grundrechte in der Europäischen Union. Reiner Bauböck and Josef Melchior, editors . Wien: Institut für Höhere Studien. 43-51. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Democracy and Federalism in the EU: a Liberal Contractualist Perspective.” Democracy and the European Union: Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy. Andreas Follesdal and Peter Koslowski, editors . Berlin: Springer, 231-53. ARENA Reprint 98/9. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Democracy and the European Union: Challenges.” Democracy and the European Union: Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy. Andreas Follesdal and Peter Koslowski, editors . Berlin: Springer, 1-10. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Democracy in the European Union: The Need for Theory.” Center for Offentlig Organisasjon Og Styring, Denmark, Report 2/1997. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Do welfare obligations end at the boundaries of the nation state?” Restructuring the Welfare State: Theory and reform of social policy. Peter Koslowski and Andreas Follesdal, editors . Berlin: Springer, 145-63. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“The standing of illiberal states: Stability and toleration in John Rawls’ “Law of Peoples”.” Current Issues in Political Philosophy: Justice in Society and World Order.
P. Koller and K. Puhl, editors . Schriftenreie der
Wittgenstein-Gesellschaft vol. 24. Vienna: Verlag
Hölder-Pichler-Tempsky, 165-74. Reprinted in Acta Analytica 1997,
18:149-160. ARENA Reprint 98/10. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“The Welfare State under Siege.” Citizens’ Trust and Authorities’ Choices – Ethics in the Public Service. Hans De Geer and Silfverberg, editors . Stockholm: Stockholm School of Economics, Center for Ethics and Economics, 65-70.

“What is at stake? Basic needs, functionings and other interests as grounds for claims.” LOS, Notat 9713. [WEB VERSION].

, and Peter Koslowski, editors Democracy and the European Union. Berlin: Springer. [ABSTRACT].

, Janne H. Matlary, Ragnar Lie, Johan P. Olsen, Inger J. Sand, &
Eli Skogerbo. “Dynamics of Europe. Europanisation of the Nation-State.
ARENA’s Research Profile.” ARENA Working Paper 1997/6.. [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas “Strategier mot diskriminering og rasisme:
Likestilling som mål, rettighetsfesting og holdningskampanjer som
middel?” Holdningsdannelse og etniske minoriteter. København: Dansk Flygtningehjælp -, 36-44 [WEB VERSION].

“Utfordringer for velferdsstaten.” Praktisk Økonomi Og Ledelse 2: 105-11. [WEB VERSION].

Koslowski, Peter, and Andreas Follesdal, editors Restructuring the Welfare State: Theory and Practice of Social Policy. Issues in Economic Ethics and Philosophy Springer Verlag.

 

1996

. “Handmaiden, gadfly, midwife? The roles of normative political theory.” ARENA Working Paper, 29. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Minority Rights: A Liberal Contractualist Case.” Do We Need Minority Rights? Conceptual Issues. Juha Raikka, editor . The Hague/London/Boston: Kluwer Academic Publisher/Kluwer Law International, 59-83. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas “Hvordan sikre likeverd når noen er likere enn andre.” Likhet eller likeverd? En kritikk av det nye kristendomsfaget i grunnskolen. Lars Gunnar Lingås and Liv London, editors . Oslo: Humanist Forlag, 115-34. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Innhogg: livssynsfag, fritaksrett og likeverd.” Norsk Pedagogisk Tidsskrift
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5: 311-14.

“Minoriteters levekår: Hva må vi vite, og hvorfor? En normativ opptakt.” Metodologiske tilnærminger til studiet av fordommer og diskriminering. Tor Aase, editor . SEFOS. Oslo: Norges forskningsråd [WEB VERSION].

 

1995

. “Justifying human rights: the challenge of cross-cultural toleration.” European Journal of Law, Philosophy and Computer Science 4: 37-48. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

, Erik Oddvar Eriksen, & Raino Malnes. “Europeanisation and Normative Political Theory.” Position Paper – ARENA Working Paper 1/95. [WEB VERSION].

Føllesdal, Andreas “Bærekraftig utvikling og internasjonal rettferdighet (Sustainable Development and International Justice).” Bærekraftig utvikling om utviklingens mål og bærekraftens betingelser. Oluf Langhelle and William Lafferty, editors . Oslo: Ad Notam Gyldendal, 77-92. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Forskningsetikk moralfilosofiske perspektiver.” Seks innlegg om forskningsetikk i samfunnsvitenskap og humaniora. NESH – Den nasjonale forskningsetiske komite for samfunnsvitenskap og humaniora. Oslo: 7-22 [WEB VERSION].

“Om samfunnsforskning, samtykke og personvern.” .

 

1994

“Philosophers as ethics consultants: Contributions to a code of ethics.” Ethics and Consultancy: European Perspectives. Andreas Follesdal and Heidi Hoivik, editors . Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 253-60.

, and Heidi Hoivik, editors Ethics and consultancy: European perspectives. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Føllesdal, Andreas. “John Rawls: Beskjeden banebryter.” Norsk Statsvitenskaplig Tidsskrift 10, 2: 105-11. [WEB VERSION].

“Om forskningsetikk i miljø- og utviklingsforskning.” Etiske problemstillinger innen miljø og utvikling. Tove Strand Gerhardsen and Anette Haug, editors . Norges forskningsråd. Oslo: 7-13.

“Om Rawls og lokal rettferdighet.” Norsk Statsvitenskaplig Tidsskrift 10, 2: 223-39. [WEB VERSION].

“Velvære, ressurser eller muligheter? Hvilke krav stiller normative teorier til måling av levekår?” Levekår og fordelingsproblemer. Fredrik Engelstad, editor . Institutt for samfunnsforskning. Oslo: 30-53.

 

1993

Føllesdal, Andreas. “Bruk av informert samtykke i beslutninger.” Omsorg – Nordisk Tidsskrift for Palliativ Medisin 10, 3: 43-50. [WEB VERSION].

“John Rawls.” Vestens Tenkere. Trond Berg Eriksen, editor . Oslo: Aschehoug, 439-51. Bind 3. [WEB VERSION].

“Livssynspluralismen som en utfordring for genteknologiens etikk (Foredrag, Rettspolitisk forening).” Kritisk Juss, 3: 94-107. [WEB VERSION].

 

1992

“Human worth and human rights based on John Rawls’ contractualism.” Menneskeverd: Humanistiske Perspektiver. Jon Wetlesen, editor . Skriftserie for HFs etikkseminar <1>. Oslo: Universitetet I Oslo, 109-27. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Notes on the nature of impact arguments.” . [ABSTRACT].

Føllesdal, Andreas. “Hvordan begrunne menneskerettighetene?” Mennesker Og Rettigheter 10, 3: 258-68. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

“Synsing, forkynnelse, forskning: om næringslivsetikk som undervisningsfag. ” BETA – Tidsskrift for Bedriftsøkonomi 6, 2: 11-15. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].

1991

The significance of state borders for international distributive justice. Ph. D. dissertation. Harvard University : UMI No. 9211679. [ABSTRACT].

1985

“The theory of reflective equilibrium.” Unpublished “Second Year Paper” Harvard University. [ABSTRACT].

1982

John Rawls’ theory of civil disobedience. Filosofisk institutt, Universitetet i Oslo. [ABSTRACT] [WEB VERSION].