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    Discrimination: Classification and Moral Assessment
    Moral Philosophy and Politics 2 (2): 245-254. 2015.
    Assigning something to the category “discrimination” is not tantamount to saying that it is wrong, but the assignment is disquieting. Conversely, when conduct is classified as non-discriminatory, one weighty ground to be on the guard is set aside. So we should not talk flippantly about discrimination, but do our best to place moral assessment on the proper pitch. There are two ways of drawing a line between discriminatory and non-discriminatory conduct because there are two competing ways of spe…Read more
  • Valuing the Environment
    Environmental Values 5 (3): 270-273. 1996.