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    Faith healing deaths occur infrequently in Canada, but when they do they pose a considerable challenge for criminal justice. Similar to caregivers who absent-mindedly and fatally forget a child in a hot vehicle, faith healers do not intentionally harm their children. It can seem legally excessive and unjust to prosecute achingly bereaved parents. But unlike ‘hot-car’ deaths, faith healing parents are not absent minded in the deaths they cause. Rather, significant deliberation and strength of wil…Read more
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    Anti-realist Excess: Losing Sight of What Matters in Sport
    Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 28 (2): 173-192. 2001.
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  • Sport Ethics: Concepts and Cases in Sport and Recreation
    Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 29 (1). 2002.