Huron University At Western
  • Rethinking the Political Morality of Poverty
    Dissertation, University of Toronto (Canada). 2003.
    Political philosophers have generally viewed the moral issues posed by poverty as issues of distributive justice, that is, of the fair distribution of the benefits and burdens of social co-operation. This "distributive model" of what makes poverty morally important captures much of the moral experience of poverty in modern societies, and we could scarcely formulate many of the most prominent grievances and controversies surrounding poverty without recourse such a model. Nevertheless, the distrib…Read more
  • Fred Rush, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Critical Theory (review)
    Philosophy in Review 26 439-441. 2006.