Society, Authority, and Freedom
(St Andrews Spring 2013)
This course introduces students both to classical texts in Political Philosophy (Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Hume, Mill, and Marx) and to key concepts in contemporary Political Philosophy (liberty, equality, and justice).
Contemporary Moral Theory lecture on Fair Shares
(St Andrews Spring 2012)
This fourth year honours lecture discussed the Fair Share Objection to Act Consequentialism, and Liam Murphy's Cooperative Principle of Beneficence as a possible response to the objection.
(St Andrews Fall 2012)
This second-year course introduces students to a broad range of topics in Ancient Philosophy.
Ethical Controversies lectures (St Andrews Fall 2011)
These introductory ethics lectures, delivered as part of the first-year course "Ethical Controversies" at the University of St Andrews, introduce the debate about obligations to help the global poor, and problems for Consequentialist moral theories, respectively.