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 the Nature of 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.