I'm a lecturer at Monash University, where I teach ethics. Before Monash, I did my BA at UT Austin and my PhD at MIT.
My dissertation, What We Owe to Ourselves, defends a unified view of duties to oneself and permissions not to sacrifice for others.
The basic idea: we wrong ourselves by doing what would wrong a consenting other, and we have the right not to make a sacrifice when it would be wrong to impose it on a non-consenting other.
Besides ethics, I write about epistemology, metaphysics, and moral psychology. I’m also writing a book based on my dissertation, with new chapters on exploitation, immigration, and resistance to oppression.
Three Paradoxes of Supererogation (forthcoming) – Noûs.
The Paradox of Duties to Oneself (forthcoming) – AJP.
Exploited Labor and the Status Quo – promised to an OUP collection on exploitation, with Mirjam Muller.
[A paper on consequentialism] (under review)
[A paper on rights] (Reject & Resubmit)
[Another paper on rights] (under review)
[A paper on supererogation] (under review)
[Another paper on supererogation] (under review)
All Reasons Are Moral
Echo Chambers and Dependent Evidence
Discovery, Disagreement, and Moral Twin Earth
Do Promise-Breakers Wrong Themselves? (a reply to Gilbert)
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