Associate Professor in Political Philosophy, Faculty of Social Sciences
I am interested in a variety of questions within the broad field of normative political philosophy/theory. In particular, this includes questions about social justice, certain aspects of rational choice theory, and other areas of applied ethics (such as education, information technology, and environmentalism). An overarching theme of my work has been the proper place of religion within politics and society.
I welcome doctoral research applications in the following areas; the foundations of liberalism; Rawlsian political philosophy; social justice; political liberalism; anti-perfectionism; just war theory; the philosophy of education; rational choice and religion.
I teach within the fields of ethics and contemporary political philosophy, as well as the history of political thought.
My main teaching contributions are within the areas of:
1. Social and global justice
2. The ethics of killing and saving lives
My research is within the field of moral and political philosophy, in particular I am interested in the proper relationship between conceptions of the good (such as religious and ethical conceptions)… read more
My research is within the field of moral and political philosophy, in particular I am interested in the proper relationship between conceptions of the good (such as religious and ethical conceptions) and the role of the liberal democratic state, though my interests extend to questions of social justice more generally. My research can be broken down into three main areas:
I am also interested in (though publish less frequently on) ethical and moral questions, such as killing and harming, just war theory, nationality and the structure of moral obligations.
I continue to work on questions of religion and its place within modern democratic societies, as well as other questions on social justice and ethics.
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