I’ve joined the editorial team of Ideology Theory Practice, a blog affiliated with the Journal of Political Ideologies. Find out more here.
I led research for the Government Digital Service’s Global Digital Marketplace on how procurement can be used to advance gender equality and social inclusion. Read about it here.
Read on Ideology Theory Practice Blog. Ethical consumerism has been around, in some form, since the early days of capitalism, with activist producers and abolitionists stamping… Read the full blog here.
Read on the Oxford Insights Blog. Walk in to any entry-level Ethics class and you’ll observe academic philosophers teaching their students three theories of what it means to be ethical: Utilitarianism: Does an action produce net good consequences?; Deontology: Does an action follow a moral rule? e.g. the Golden Rule: ‘Treat others how you want […]
Blog published by Oxford University Press. Language is, of course, how we communicate political ideas to each other. But what is not often realized is that the language we use can itself be political. Often on the face of it, the way in which our language is structured — the words themselves or their denotations […]
Published in the Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics. Abstract: Focusing on the basic structure as the subject of justice has tended to lead theorists to make a choice: either there is no global basic structure and therefore obligations of justice remain domestic only (the statist position) or there is sufficient institutional basis at the global […]