9th Rocky Mountains Ethics Congress, Self-Defence and Moral Equivalence, Colorado (14/8/2016)
Society For Applied Philosophy Annual Conference, Self-Defence and Moral Equivalence, Belfast (2/7/2016)
20th Brave New World Graduate Conference, What Does Justice Demand of Individuals in an Unjust Society?, Manchester (20/6/16)
Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy VII, Self-Defence and Moral Equivalence, Braga (15/6/16)
Warwick Political and Legal Theory Conference, Why Equality Demands Occupational Fairness But Not Forced Labour (13/2/2016)
13th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy, Why Equality Demands Occupational Fairness But Not Forced Labour (8/9/15)
London / Berkeley Graduate Conference, Self-Defence and Moral Equivalence, UC Berkeley (19/5/2015)
Philosophy, Morals, and Politics (2015 to 2016)
A course in moral philosophy (including egalitarianism/prioritarianism, contractualism, the non-identity problem, and the trolley problem) and political philosophy (including John Rawls, Robert Nozick, and John Locke).
Philosophy and Public Policy (2014 to 2015)
An applied ethics course. Topics included the fair distribution of healthcare resources, the ethics of risk, free speech, torture, climate change, affirmative action, and intellectual property rights.
Reason, Knowledge, and Values: An Introduction to Philosophy (2013 to 2015)
An introductory course for first year undergraduate students. Topics included free will, the problem of evil, justification (foundationalism and coherentism, internalism and externalism), and an introduction to philosophy of science.