Monthly Archives: August 2014
My interview with Richard Marshall can be found here. Richard asked some very sophisticated questions. It was a surprisingly difficult but rewarding exercise trying to explain my body of work (such as it is) and world view to a general audience.
My newest paper, which examines Stephen Morse’s adherence to non-reductivism in light of his theory of legal responsibility, has been published in Criminal Law & Philosophy. The paper is near and dear to my heart, partly because in writing it I was forced to admit to myself that I am a non-eliminative reductivist. I argue […]