Professor of Philosophy
Ph.D. University of Toronto (1998)
- Social and Political Philosophy
- International Justice
My area of specialization is political philosophy, and I am especially interested in problems of global justice, nationalism, value pluralism, equality and human rights. My teaching, which reflects these interests, includes courses on global justice, political philosophy (historical and contemporary), ethics, and specialized courses on topics such as distributive justice and equality, multiculturalism and human rights. I have also taught courses in professional ethics, philosophy of law, biomedical ethics, introduction to philosophy and comparative philosophy.
See my Google Scholar page for a complete list of publications.
1. What is This Thing Called Global Justice? (Routledge, 2017; 2021 2nd ed).
1. "Just Conservation: the question of justice in global wildlife conservation". Philosophy Compass (2021)
2. "Global Justice and the Problems of Humanity" (2018)
3. "The Problem of Partiality: partiality of what?", in the Springer Handbook on Patriotism, ed M. Sardoc (2018).
4. "Taming Human Nature? Hobbes vs. Xunzi". Journal of East West Thought (2017).