Recent Pubs

 

Oxford University Press, Feb. 2018

Ch 1: Introduction: Having a Future, Leading a Life, and Spending Time
Ch 2: Geographies of Meaningful Living
Ch 3: Taking an Interest in One’s Future
Ch 4: Motivating Hope
Ch 5: What Good is Commitment?
Ch 6: Living with Boredom
Ch 7: On Being Content with Imperfection

 

 

Oxford University Press, 2015

Introduction

CRITICAL MORALITY AND SOCIAL NORMS
Ch 1: An Apology for Moral Shame
Ch 2: The Virtue of Civility

REACHING, RELYING ON, AND CONTESTING SOCIAL CONSENSUS ON MORAL NORMS
Ch 3: The Virtue of Civility
Ch 4: Common Decency
Ch 5: Standing for Something

CONVENTIONALIZED WRONGDOING
Ch 6: Kant and Compliance with Conventionalized Injustice
Ch. 7: Responsibility and Reproach

TELLING MORAL STORIES FOR OTHERS
Ch. 8: Emotional Work
Ch. 9: Changing One’s Heart

 

• “Appreciating Responsible Persons,” forthcoming Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics
• “A Question of Obligation” contribution to symposium on Buss Musings, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 37, no. 1 (2020): 44-50
• “Responsibilities and Taking on Responsibility,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 190, part 3 (2019): 1-21.
• “On Being Content with Imperfection,” Ethics 127, no. 2 (January 2017): 327-352.
• “Intimidation,” International Encyclopedia of Ethics, ed. Hugh LaFollette (Hoboken NJ: Wiley-Blackwell)

 

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