Crown Professor of Ethics
Professor of Philosophy
Duke University

Complete Papers

  1. "Health care and human rights: Against the split duty gambit," Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 37 (2016): 343-64.
  2. "A plea for moral deference," Ethics & Politics 27 (2015): 41-59.
  3. "Equality, opportunity, ambiguity," Politics, Philosophy and Economics 13 (2014): 82-92.
  4. "A human right to health? Some inconclusive scepticism," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume 86 (2012): 239-65.
  5. "Duties and their direction," Ethics 120 (2010): 465-94.
  6. "Ethics and epidemiology: residual health inequalities," Public Health Ethics 2 (2009): 244-49.
  7. "Disunity of virtue," Journal of Ethics 13 (2009): 195-212.
  8. "Ethics and epidemiology: the income debate," Public Health Ethics 2 (2009): 45-52.
  9. "Character and consistency," Mind 117 (2008): 603-12.
  10. "Health and justice in our non-ideal world," Politics, Philosophy and Economics 6 (2007): 218-36.
  11. "Health care and equality of opportunity," Hastings Center Report 37(2) (2007): 21-31.
  12. "Does today’s international trade agreement bind tomorrow’s citizen?," Chicago-Kent Law Review 81 (2006): 119-45.
  13. "A hybrid theory of claim-rights," Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 25 (2005): 257-74.
  14. "Does the GATS undermine democratic control over health?," Journal of Ethics 9 (2005): 269-81.
  15. "Does informed consent to research require comprehension?," The Lancet 362 (2003): 2016-18.
  16. "International Justice and Health: A Proposal," Ethics and International Affairs 16 (2002): 81-90.
  17. "Errors about errors: Virtue theory and trait attribution," Mind 111 (2002): 47-68.
  18. "Judicial review and individual self-rule," Teoría Jurídica 2 (2001): 1-13.
  19. "A proliferation of liberties," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 63 (2001): 229-237.
  20. "Understanding alien morals," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 62 (2001): 1-32.
  21. "What is the general will?," The Philosophical Review 109 (2000): 545-581.
  22. "Interpretation and Reason," Philosophy and Public Affairs 27 (1998): 142-171.

Chapters

  1. "Taking international legality seriously: A methodology for human rights." In A. Etinson (ed.) Human Rights: Moral or Political? (Oxford, in press). With Allen Buchanan.
  2. ""Public goods, individual rights, and third party benefits." In M. McBride (ed.) New Essays on Rights (Hart, 2017): 127-48.
  3. ""Character education and the rearguard of situationism." In W. Sinnott-Armstrong and C. Miller (eds.) Moral Psychology, volume 5 (MIT, 2017): 131-62.
  4. "The situationist critique of virtue ethics." In D. Russell (ed.) Cambridge Companion to Virtue Ethics (Cambridge, 2013): 290-314.
  5. "Why justice requires rationing in health care." In R. Rhodes, M. Battin, and A. Silvers (eds.) Medicine and Social Justice, 2nd ed. (Oxford, 2012): 143-53.
  6. "What is non-ideal theory?" In M. Williams and J. Elster (eds.) Transitional Justice, NOMOS LI (NYU, 2012): 233-56. Abridged version in J. Millum and E. Emanuel (eds.) Global Justice and Bioethics (Oxford, 2012): 135-52.
  7. "Global health and non-ideal justice." In P. Singer and A. Viens (eds.) Cambridge Textbook of Bioethics (Cambridge, 2008): 369-75.
  8. "In defence of the hybrid theory." In E. Villanueva (ed.) Law: Metaphysics, Meaning, and Objectivity (Rodopi, 2007): 299-307.

Reviews

  1. "Justice, Inequality, and Health," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2014).
  2. Review of D. Estlund, Democratic Authority: Princeton, 2008. Iyyun 58 (2009): 62-72.
  3. Review of M. Otsuka, Libertarianism without inequality: Clarendon, 2003. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 74 (2007): 792-796.
  4. Review of S. Nichols, Sentimental Rules: Oxford, 2004. Ethics 16 (2006): 800-805.