I’m a PhD student interested in political philosophy and ethics based at King’s College London.

My dissertation focusses on the republican theory of freedom as non-domination. I argue that conceiving of freedom in these terms leads to a more radical political economy than neo-republicans have usually endorsed. I identify a number of tensions between my account of freedom as non-domination and central features of capitalist economies, and explore whether these tensions are so severe as to require the abandonment of capitalism on republican terms. My supervisors are Dr Alan Coffee and Professor Leif Wenar.

I’m also interested in other theorie…

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