Publications

Books

(1) Introducing Political Philosophy: A Policy-Driven Approach (co-authored with Will Abel, Elizabeth Kahn, and Andrew Walton) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021).

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Journal Articles

(1) ‘Harmless Discrimination’ (co-authored with Adam Slavny), Legal Theory, 21 (2015), 100-114. Published version here. Downloadable version here.

(2) ‘On the Moral Taintedness of Benefiting from Injustice’, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 19 (2016), 985-997. Published version here. Downloadable version here.

(3) ‘How to Identify Disadvantage: Taking the Envy Test Seriously’, Political Studies, 66 (2018), 306-322. Published version here. Downloadable version here.

(4) ‘Distributions and Relations: A Hybrid Account’ (co-authored with Andres Moles), Political Studies, 67 (2019), 132-148. Published version here. Downloadable version here.

(5) ‘Revisiting Harmless Discrimination’, Philosophia, 47 (2019), 1535-1538. Published version here. Downloadable version here.

(6) ‘What’s Wrong with Risk?’ (co-authored with Adam Slavny), Thought, 8 (2019), 76-85. Published version here. Downloadable version here.

(7) ‘Rescuing Basic Equality’ (co-authored with Adam Slavny), Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 100 (2019), 837-857. Published version here. Downloadable version here.

(8) ‘Online Public Shaming: Virtues and Vices’ (co-authored with Paul Billingham), Journal of Social Philosophy, 51 (2020), 371-390. Downloadable version here. Published version here.

(9) ‘Enforcing Social Norms: The Morality of Public Shaming’ (co-authored with Paul Billingham), European Journal of Philosophy, 28 (2020), 997-1016. Downloadable version here. Published version here.

(10) ‘Automation, Unemployment, and Taxation’, Social Theory and Practice (forthcoming). Downloadable version here.

(11) ‘Fair Insurance: Defended, Amended, and Extended’ (co-authored with Andrew Williams) in David Sobel and Steven Wall (eds), Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy, Volume 8 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming). Downloadable version here.

(12) ‘Justice for Millionaires?’ (co-authored with James Christensen and David V. Axelsen), Economics & Philosophy (forthcoming). Downloadable version here.

Book Chapters

(1) ‘From Philanthropism to Philanthropists’, in Behrooz Morvaridi (ed.), Philanthropy and Social Justice: Debating the Conceptual and Policy Discourse (Bristol: Policy Press, 2015), 65-78. Downloadable version here.

(2) ‘Should We Shame Those Who Violate Social Distancing Guidelines?’ (co-authored with Paul Billingham), in Fay Niker and Aveek Bhattacharya (eds), Political Philosophy in a Pandemic: Routes to a More Just Future (London: Bloomsbury Academic, forthcoming). Downloadable version here.

(3) ‘Ageing, Justice, and Work: Alternatives to Mandatory Retirement’ (co-authored with Daniel Halliday), in Christopher Wareham (ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Ethics of Ageing (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming). Downloadable version here.

Encyclopedia Entries

(1) ‘Publicity’ (co-authored with Axel Gosseries), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2017 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL=<https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/publicity/>.

(2) ‘Dworkin, Ronald’, International Encyclopedia of Ethics (2020), Hugh LaFollette (ed.). Downloadable version here. Published version here.

Edited Journal Special Issue

(1) ‘Symposium on Julie Rose’s Free Time: An Introduction’, Law, Ethics & Philosophy, 5 (2017), 30-31. Special issue includes contributions from Robert E. Goodin, Desiree Lim, Jeppe von Platz, Lucas Stanczyk, and Rosa Terlazzo, as well as a precis and a reply by Julie Rose. Published version here.

Book Reviews

(1) Review: Daniel Engster’s Justice, Care, and the Welfare State, Romanian Journal of Society and Politics, 11 (2016), 77-79. Downloadable version here.

(2) Double Review: Alexander Kaufman’s Rawls’s Egalitarianism and Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen’s Relational Egalitarianism: Living as Equals, Perspectives on Politics, 17  (2019), 1160-1162. Downloadable version here. Published version here.

Media Pieces 

(1) ‘Race, Rioting, and Civil Disobedience’ (co-authored with Kimberley Brownlee), The Critique, March 17th 2015.

(2) ‘Should We Shame Those Who Violate Social Distancing Guidelines’ (co-authored with Paul Billingham), Justice Everywhere, April 13th 2020.

(3) ‘A Sackable Offence? Employers’ Responses to Public Shaming’ (co-authored with Paul Billingham), Ethical War Blog, July 9th 2020.

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