Langdale Hall 1030
Education: Ph.D. University of Toronto 1995
Research Interests: Liberal and Democratic Political Theory, Economic Justice, History of Political Thought
“Representing Redskins: Professional Sports and the Ethics of Native American Team Names” Journal of Philosophy and Sport, Volume 35, Issue 2 (October 2008)
“Are the Judgments of Conscience Unreasonable?” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (N. 2, V. 11 June 2008) (with Edward Andrew). (Reprinted in Reasonableness in Liberal Political Philosophy, Young (ed.), Routledge, 2008)
"Exposing the Invisible Hand: The Roots of Laissez-faire's Hidden Influence." Polity (Summer 2005)
"The 'Disembodied Self' in Contemporary Political Theory" Philosophy and Social Criticism (2002).
"Making Moral Sense: Habermas, Gauthier and Gunnarsson" Philosophical Inquiry (2002).