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Publications


“Conjuring Ethics from Words”

Noûs, 49(1), 2015: 71-93; with Jonathan McKeown-Green & Glen Pettigrove


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“Burdens of Proof and the Case for Unevenness”

Argumentation, 27 (3), 2013: 259-282; with Imran Aijaz & Jonathan McKeown-Green

   












Works in Progress

Titles of papers that are under review have been changed from the submitted versions to ensure anonymity 


"Racism and Shame" 

[Draft available on request]













"Can We Describe Doctrine of Double Effect Cases Without Intentions?" 

[Draft available on request]










"How Demanding are Morality and Rationality?"










"Relegating Determinism" with Jonathan McKeown-Green















Dissertation: Responsibility and Rights: A Search for a Principled Distinction between Criminal Law and Tort Law
A Search for a Principled Distinction between Criminal Law and Tort Law 

     Chapter 1 - Defendant's Choice in Tort and Criminal Law

     Chapter 2 - Intention and Excuses in Tort and Criminal Law

     Chapter 3 - Criminal Negligence

     Chapter 4 - Responsibility in Tort Law

     Chapter 5 - Rights and Responsibility: Two Points of Difference

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