Chance and the dissipation of our acts effects
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 2021
This paper argues that given the possibility of non-deterministic effects, most routine actions do not radically alter the shape of the future.
Engage with animal welfare in conservation (with Nitin Sekar)
We argue that conservationist organizations should make institutional changes to better promote the welfare of individual animals.
Interactionism for the discerning mind?
This paper argues that interactionists about consciousness have difficulty explaining how minds influence neurons to produce behavior.
The unity of moral attitudes
Canadian Philosophy Review 2018
This paper argues that moral attitudes are distinguished by their functional properties in a restricted range of contexts.
In defense of artificial replacement
This paper reflects on the significance of Savulescu's principle of procreative beneficence for the long-term future of the human species.
This paper argues for the possibility of having conscious experiences that they cannot introspect.
The problem of other attitudes
American Philosophical Quarterly 2017
This paper discusses how noncognitivists might extend their accounts of moral judgments to other kinds of moral attitudes, such as moral hopes and moral intuitions.
A Primitive Solution to the Negation Problem
This paper suggests that metaethical expressivists should be unbothered by a large number of brute norms and hence that they should be free to postulate their way out of Unwin's negation problem.
Human and Animal Minds: The Consciousness Questions Laid to Rest