Dworkin may refer to:

  • Aaron Dworkin (1970-), musician and activist
  • Andrea Dworkin (1946–2005), feminist writer
  • David Dworkin (born 1934), musician
  • Dworkin Barimen, fictional character from the Chronicles of Amber
  • Felix "Dworkin" Croes, computer programmer
  • Gerald Dworkin (born 1937), legal philosopher
  • Keith Dworkin, playwright
  • Ronald Dworkin (born 1931), legal philosopher
  • Ronald W. Dworkin, anesthesiologist

Other articles related to "dworkin":

Ronald W. Dworkin
... Dworkin is an anesthesiologist, an author, and a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington D.C ... Ronald Dworkin Born Ronald W ... Dworkin Occupation Non-fiction writer, anesthesiologist Nationality American Period 1996–present Notable work(s) Artificial Happiness (2006) The Rise ...
Ronald Dworkin - Bibliography - Secondary Literature On Dworkin
... Dworkin et Kant Réflexions sur le judgement ... Ronald Dworkin's Theory of Equality Domestic and Global Perspectives ... Dworkin and His Critics ...
Conventionalism - Legal Philosophy
... of law constructed by American legal philosopher Ronald Dworkin in his work Law's Empire ... According to conventionalism as defined by Dworkin, a community's legal institutions should contain clear social conventions relied upon which rules are promulgated ... Dworkin nonetheless has argued that this justification fails to fit with facts as there are many occasions wherein clear applicable legal rules are absent ...
Sex Workers' Rights - Pornography Debates - Radical Feminist
... the debates included Page Mellish, Andrea Dworkin, and Catherine MacKinnon ... Andrea Dworkin believes that the oppression of women occurs through sexual subordination and that in order for gender equality to exist, subordination ... On the grounds that pornography violated women’s civil rights, she and Dworkin proposed a law named the ‘Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance’ that allowed women to seek reparations for ...

Famous quotes containing the word dworkin:

    Only when manhood is dead—and it will perish when ravaged femininity no longer sustains it—only then will we know what it is to be free.
    —Andrea Dworkin (b. 1946)

    What is shocking and wrong is not [Lord Devlin’s] idea that the community’s morality counts, but his idea of what counts as the community’s morality.
    —Ronald Dworkin (b. 1931)

    Money speaks, but it speaks with a male voice.
    —Andrea Dworkin (b. 1946)