BA, MA, PhD (Waterloo)

I study ethical theory. The focus is on the definitions, concepts, and justifications for moral talk. Specifically, I study contractarian arguments that pretend to ground moral motivation on a picture of enlightened self-interest. A large chunk of this justification veers into game theory.

Recent Publications


Island Studies Press, 2019

Normativity problem for rational reductions of morality

Proceedings of the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy, Athens, GR, August 4-10, 2013, 2018

Morals and consent

McGill-Queen's University Press, 2017

Prejudice and evolutionary game theory

Public Affairs Quarterly, 2010

The atheist's primer

Broadview Press, 2010

Research Classification

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