publications

‘Non-Discrimination, In-Work Benefits, and Free Movement in the EU’ European Journal of Political Theory (special issue), forthcoming

‘Is Coercion a Ground of Distributive Justice?’ Law and Philosophy, forthcoming

‘Solidarity as Joint Action’ Journal of Applied Philosophy, forthcoming

‘How Practices Matter’ Journal of Political Philosophy, forthcoming

‘Solidarity in the European Union’ Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 33: 213-41 (2013)

    See also: ‘Solidarity in the European Union: Problems and Prospects’ in The Philosophical Foundations of European Union Law, eds. Julie Dickson and Pavlos Eleftheriadis (Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 384-412 ***NB: Although this begins in a similar way to ‘Solidarity in the EU’ Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (2013), it then proceeds in a different direction, arguing against a number of theories of social justice (e.g., coercion-based theories, federalism, and nationalism) and their implications for the EU.

Can the Innate Right to Freedom Alone Ground a System of Public and Private Rights?’ European Journal of Philosophy 40/3: 60-9 (2012)

‘The Irrelevance of Coercion, Imposition, and Framing to Distributive Justice’ Philosophy & Public Affairs 40/2: 79-110 (2012)

‘Global Justice and the Moral Arbitrariness of Birth’, The Monist 94/4 (2011): 571-583,with a response in the same issue from Pablo Gilabert; I respond here (‘On the Relation Between Moral and Distributive Equality’, in Cosmopolitanism: For and Against, ed. Gillian Brock (Oxford University Press, 2013))

‘Justice and the Priority of Politics to Morality’, Journal of Political Philosophy 36/2: 137-64 (2008)

‘Global Justice, Reciprocity, and the State’, Philosophy & Public Affairs 35/1: 2-39 (2007)

journal articles

monographs

Humanity Without Dignity: Moral Equality, Respect, and Human Rights (Harvard University Press, June 2017)

The Bounds of Solidarity: International Justice, Reciprocity, and the European Union (Harvard University Press, on contract)

book chapters

‘Beyond the Political-Orthodox Divide: The Broad View’ in Human Rights: Moral or Political?, ed. Adam Etinson [Oxford University Press]

‘Why there Cannot be a Truly Kantian Theory of Human Rights’ in Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights, ed. Rowan Cruft and Massimo Renzo [Oxford University Press]

‘Rights and Interests in Ripstein’s Kant’ in Freedom and Force, eds. Sari Kisilevsky and Martin Stone, [Hart, forthcoming 2015], part of their Law and Practical Reason Series.

‘Immigration’ in The Handbook of Global Ethics, eds. Darrel Moellendorf and Heather Widdows (Acumen/Routledge, 2014)

‘On the Relation Between Moral and Distributive Equality’, in Cosmopolitanism: For and Against, ed. Gillian Brock (Oxford University Press, 2013)

‘Scottish Constructivism and the Right to Justification’, in Justice, Democracy, and the Right to Justification, ed. David Owen (Bloomsbury Academic, 2013)

‘Solidarity in the European Union: Problems and Prospects’ in The Philosophical Foundations of European Union Law, eds. Julie Dickson and Pavlos Eleftheriadis (Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 384-412 ***NB: Although this begins in a similar way to ‘Solidarity in the EU’ Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (2013), it then proceeds in a different direction, arguing against a number of theories of social justice (e.g., coercion-based theories, federalism, and nationalism) and their implications for the EU.

‘Justice and the Free Movement of Persons: Educational Mobility in the EU and the US’ in Leadership and Global Justice, eds. D. Hicks and T. Williamson (Palgrave, 2012), pp. 131-57  

Global Justice and the Morality of Coercion, Imposition, and Framing’ in Social Justice, Global Dynamics, eds. C. Schimmel, M. Ronzoni, A. Banai, (Routledge, 2011), pp. 26-46

Normative Political Theory: A Flight from Reality?’ in Political Thought and International Relations, ed. D. Bell (Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 219-40,

‘On Democracy and the “Public Interest”’, in Wolfgang Streeck and Renate Mainz, eds., Die Reformierbarkeit der Demokratie. Innovationen und Blockaden (Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 2002) (with Andrew Moravcsik), pp 122-48