•  18
    To walk or not to walk
    with D. A. Coady
    Res Publica (Parkville, Vic.) 18 (1): 20-23. 2009.
    To walk or not to walk: Should a batsman acknowledge his own dismissal by leaving the wicket without even waiting for the umpire's decision? David Coady and Samir Chopra examine this flashpoint ethical debate in cricket
  •  8
    Approximate belief revision
    with R. Parikh and R. Wassermann
    Logic Journal of the IGPL 9 (6): 755-768. 2001.
    The standard theory for belief revision provides an elegant and powerful framework for reasoning about how a rational agent should change its beliefs when confronted with new information. However, the agents considered are extremely idealized. Some recent models attempt to tackle the problem of plausible belief revision by adding structure to the belief bases and using nonstandard inference operations. One of the key ideas is that not all of an agent's beliefs are relevant for an operation of be…Read more
  •  20
    Free software, economic 'realities', and information justice
    with S. Dexter
    Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 39 (3): 12-26. 2009.
  •  13
    Free software and the political philosophy of the cyborg world
    with S. Dexter
    Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 37 (2): 41-52. 2007.
  •  50
    Free software and the economics of information justice
    with S. Dexter
    Ethics and Information Technology 13 (3): 173-184. 2011.
    Claims about the potential of free software to reform the production and distribution of software are routinely countered by skepticism that the free software community fails to engage the pragmatic and economic ‘realities’ of a software industry. We argue to the contrary that contemporary business and economic trends definitively demonstrate the financial viability of an economy based on free software. But the argument for free software derives its true normative weight from social justice cons…Read more