Journal Articles

“Should Contractualists Decompose?“ forthcoming in Philosophy and Public Affairs

Not as a Means: Killing as a Side Effect in Self-Defense,” forthcoming in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly

What Makes a Person Liable to Defensive Harm?Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 97 (3) (2018): 543-567. (Submitted version; the published version is here.)

"Comparative Desert Vs. Fairness," Law and Philosophy, 36 (4) (2017): 367–387. (Submitted version; the published version is here.)

Self-Defense Against Multiple Threats,” Journal of Moral Philosophy, 14 (2) (2017): 125-133.  (Featured on Pea SoupJuly 21-23, 2017.)

Why More Choice is Sometimes Worse than Less,” Law and Philosophy, 36 (1) (2017): 25-44. (Link is read only; the downloadable version is here.)

Luck, Love, and Extreme Skiing: Distributive Injustice without Unfairness,” Moral Philosophy and Politics 3 (1) (2016): 119-133

Can Comparative Desert Do without Equality?” Philosophical Papers 44 (2) (2015): 189-205

Whom Should We Enhance? The Problem of Altering Potential,” Journal of Moral Philosophy 12 (6) (2015): 731-753

Book Reviews

Review of Ethics Without Intention by Ezio Di Nucci, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 94 (4) (2016): 837

Others (not peer reviewed)

Trolley Follies,” Pea Soup, July 24, 2019.  (Winner of the Normative Ethics July prize).