My research focuses on interpersonal moral responsibility. When are we responsible for others' wrongful actions and why? In my dissertation, I defend a deliberative account of moral complicity that grounds complicity in our deliberative obligations. I am also interested in interpersonal duties more generally and particularly interested in how we ought to understand ourselves and our interactions with the moral deliberation of others.
Works in Progress
Drafts available upon request
"The Need for Deliberative Complicity"
"The Promise of Deliberative Complicity"
"Click-Gap Isn't Paternalistic, Epistemic or Otherwise — And That's a Good Thing!"
"What Makes Manipulation Distinctively Wrong?"
"Acting as though: Demonstrating through conduct that φ is morally permissible"
"When is it Unreasonable to be Unsurprised?"
"Kant on the Permissibility of Breastmilk Sale"
"Active Learning Strategies for Remote Teaching": link to handout