‘The Individualist Objection: or Why Ex Ante Probabilities Aren’t Always Individualistic‘, Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics, Vol.12, 2022.
‘Counting People and Making People Count’, Philosophy, Vol. 96, Issue 2, April 2021
A paper on moral optionality, which defends the claim that when acting optionally, agents can permissibly secure a lesser rather than a greater good.
A paper on maximization, which challenges the key consequentialist assumption that more value is better than less value.
A paper on the separateness of persons objection, which offers a new interpretation of the worry.