I am an associate professor in philosophy at University College London and an associate editor at Philosophy & Public Affairs.
I work mainly on issues in ethics and political philosophy, but I am also interested in rationality and epistemology. My recent work focuses on questions about interpersonal aggregation, suboptimal supererogation, exploitation and egalitarianism, the procreation asymmetry, and normative uncertainty.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find my CV here.
You can find my published work through the following links:
- Evaluative Uncertainty, The Oxford Handbook of Normative Ethics (forthcoming) (abstract) ––written with Jacob Ross––
- New and Improvable Lives, The Journal of Philosophy 118 (2021): 486–503 (abstract)
- Partial Aggregation in Ethics, Philosophy Compass 16 (2021): 1–12 (abstract)
- Aggregation, Risk, and Reductio, Ethics 130 (2020): 514–529 (abstract)
- The Exploitation Problem, The Journal of Political Philosophy 27 (2019): 469–479 (abstract)
- Always Aggregate, Philosophy & Public Affairs 46 (2018): 160–174 (abstract)
- Aggregation, Complaints, and Risk, Philosophy & Public Affairs 45 (2017): 54–81 (abstract)
- The All or Nothing Problem, The Journal of Philosophy 114 (2017): 94–104 (abstract)
I currently teach the following courses:
- Topics in Political Philosophy (2nd-year) (description)
- Consequentialism, Kantianism, and the Ideal World (3rd-year, MA, MPhil) (description)
- The Philosophy of Altruism (3rd-year, MA, MPhil) (description)
- Recent Work in Moral Philosophy (MPhil) (description)