My research revolves around three issues: relationships, punishment and property. Recently, I’ve become interested in how our emotional reactions, especially our emotional reactions to wrongdoing, might justify retributivism and how they might lead us astray.
- “Veganism and Living Well.” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, (2011), pp. 1-13.
- “Emotions, Retributivism, and Punishment.” Journal of Applied Ethics 26:2 (2009), pp. 160-173.
- “Punishment, Reintegration and Atypical Victims.” Criminal Justice Ethics Winter/Spring (2004), pp. 14-27.
- Duff and Marshall’s response follows my article.
- “Wrongdoing and Relationships: An Expressive Justification of Punishment.” Social Theory and Practice 29:1 (2003).
- “The Responsibility of the Psychopathic Offender.” Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 10:2 (2003), pp. 175-183.
- Commentaries and my response follow the article.
- “The Attraction of Historical Entitlements.” Journal of Value Inquiry 36:1 (2002), pp. 61-73.