I am a lecturer in philosophy at Lincoln College and the Faculty of Philosophy at Oxford. A recent PhD graduate of the St Andrews & Stirling Graduate Programme in Philosophy, my doctoral research focused on contemporary moral theory, particularly Consequentialist ethics in collective action problems. My next research project will apply and extend my work to the problem of climate-change related policy.
"What If I cannot make a difference (and know it)"
One of the main challenges for our ethical thinking and acting with regard to large-scale problems are situations where we individually cannot make any difference whatsoever.
"Ethics: Metaethics" core lectures (slides and recordings)
(Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, Fall 2013)
This eight week lecture series is the metaethics part of the ethics core lectures in philosophy. It introduces students to the main problems and positions in metaethics.
See below ("Read More") to see video recordings and slides of my lectures.