Talks

Conferences

Workshop on Stephanie Collins’ Group Duties, Canberra, August 2018 | Commentary on Chapter 7, “Membership Duties”.

International Social Ontology Society, Boston, August 2018 | “Responsibility for Collective  Extended Action”.

Workshop on Stephanie Collins’ Group Duties, Budapest, June 2018 | Commentary on Chapter 3, “Duties and Moral Agency”.

Moral Epistemology, Edinburgh, June 2018 | Commentary on Chelsea Rosenthal’s “What Decision Theory Can’t Tell Us About Moral Uncertainty”.

Braga Meetings in Ethics and Political Philosophy, Braga, June 2018 | “What’s Wrong with Offshore Processing?”

Duties to Rescue, Stockholm, May 2018 |  “Political Feasibility and Offshore Processing”

Montreal Political Theory Manuscript Workshop, Montreal, May 2018 | “Not In Their Name: Are Citizens Culpable for States’ Actions?”

Feasibility and Immigration, Canberra, April 2018 | “Political Feasibility and Offshore Processing”.

Conference on Collective Punishment, Melbourne, November 2017 | “Collective Punishment in Australia”.

Society for Applied Philosophy, Copenhagen, June-July 2017 | “Are the Citizens of a Democratic State a Collective Agent?”

American Philosophical Association, Seattle, April 2017 | “Benefiting from Structural Injustice” (with RJ Leland).

Experimental Methods in Political and Social Philosophy, Canberra, March 2017 | “Does Ought Imply Can?”

Justice, Freedom, and the Good Life, Aarhus, November 2016 | “Are the Citizens of a Democratic State a Collective Agent?”.

States as Collective Agents & Citizens’ Culpability for States’ Actions, Princeton, September 2016 | “Who’s Culpable for What The State Does?”

Collective Intentionality X, The Hague, August 2016 | “Who’s Culpable for What The State Does?”

Responding to Global Poverty, KU Leuven, June 2016 | “Are ‘the affluent’ responsible for global poverty?”

Normative Interventions, University College London, February 2016 | “Why Political Philosophers Need Not Change The World”

Collective Responsibility, Jyvaskyla, December 2015 | “Rationales for collective punishment”

Panel on Global Labour Injustice, Society for Applied Philosophy, Edinburgh July 2015 | “Does Purchasing Make Consumers Complicit In Global Labour Injustice?”

Ethics of War, Edinburgh, June 2015 | “Democratic Responsibility for War”

Responding to Global Poverty, Oslo, May 2015 | “On Satisfying Duties to Assist”

Workshop on John Broome’s “Climate Matters”, University of Essex, November 2014 | “Climate Matters Pro Tanto―Does It Matter All-Things-Considered?”

China & UK Climate Ethics Workshop, Universities of Oxford & Reading, September 2014 | “Consumer Choice & Climate Change”

Aspects of Collectivity, University of Bristol, September 2014 | “Collective Punishment After War”

Shared Actions and Collective Responsibilities, Groningen, April 2015 | “Collectives’ and  Individuals’ Obligations: A Parity Argument”

Symposium in Memory of Gerhard Øverland, CAPPE, Canberra March 2015 | “Offsetting White Privilege”

Workshop on David Estlund’s Book Manuscript “Utopophobia”, Canberra July 2014 | “Comments on Chapter 3, ‘Concessive Requirements'”

Just War and Feasibility Workshop, Australian National University, July 2014 | “(Collective) Agent-Relative Feasibility in War”

Workshop on Benefiting From Injustice, Oslo, January 2014 | “Getting duties out of privilege without recourse to benefiting mattering morally”

Non-Ideal Theory and Climate Justice, Oxford University, January 2014 | “Australia’s and Australians’ Climate Obligations”

White Rose Conference on the R2P, University of Leeds, December 2013 | “Humanity vs. Justice” (Roundtable One: Why Should We Save Strangers?)

Carnegie Council Conference on Benefiting from Injustice, New York October 2013 | “Benefiting from Failures to Address Climate Change”

 

Departmental seminars

Waikato University, July 2017 | “Many Hands and Many Times”.

University of Utrecht, Utrecht, June 2018 | “Many Hands and Many Times”.

Aristotelian Society, London, June 2018 | “Collective Culpability and Collective Punishment”.

La Trobe University, Department of Philosophy, March 2018 | “What’s Wrong With Collective Punishment?”

Monash University, Department of Philosophy, September 2017 | “We The People”.

University of Melbourne, Department of Philosophy, March 2017 | “Is the Citizenry The State?”

Humboldt University, Berlin, June 2016 | “Are Citizens’ Culpable for What Their States Do?”

University of Melbourne, Philosophy Department, May 2016 | “Offsetting Class Privilege”

University of Auckland, Philosophy Seminar, April 2016 | “Are Citizens’ Culpable for What Their States Do?”

Waikato University, Philosophy Seminar, April 2016 | “Are Citizens’ Culpable for What Their States Do?”

University of Otago, Philosophy Department Seminar, April 2016 | “Are Citizens’ Culpable for What Their States Do?”

Australian National University, Thursday Philosophy Seminar, April 2016 | “Are Citizens’ Culpable for What Their States Do?”

Oxford University, Nuffield Political Philosophy Seminar, March 2016 | “Does Purchasing Make Consumers Complicit in Global Labour Injustice?”

Stirling University, Philosophy Seminar, January 2016 | “Offsetting Class Privilege”

University of Amsterdam, Political Philosophy Seminar, November 2015 | “Offsetting Race Privilege”

University of Oxford, Moral Philosophy Seminar, September 2015 | “Offsetting Race Privilege”

University of Edinburgh, Institute for Advanced Studies Seminar, August 2015 | “Offsetting Race Privilege”

University of Edinburgh Just World Institute Seminar, May 2015 | “On Satisfying Duties to Assist”

Australian National University Philsoc Seminar, March 2015 | “On Satisfying Duties to Assist”

University of Edinburgh Just World Institute Seminar, February 2015 | “Offsetting White Privilege”

University of Edinburgh EIDYN WiP Seminar, January 2015 | “Collectives’ and  Individuals’ Obligations: A Parity Argument”

University of Edinburgh Philosophy Seminar October 2014 | “Collective Punishment After War”

University of Nottingham Philosophy Seminar October 2014 | “Collective Punishment After War”

Århus University Research Seminar in Moral, Legal & Political Theory, August 2014| “Soldiers’ Collective Responsibility in War”

Australian National University, Moral Social & Political Theory Seminar, July 2014 | “Unethical Consumption”

University of Leeds Philosophy Seminar November 2013 | “Against Aggregates’ Obligations”

University of East Anglia Philosophy Seminar November 2013 | “Difference-making and individuals’ climate obligations”

Cooperation & Equality Research Group October 2013 | “Against Aggregates’ Obligations”

Australian National University, Moral Social & Political Theory Seminar, July 2013 | “A Gap Between The Normative and the Evaluative”

University of Manchester Political Theory Seminar, February 2013 | “A Genealogy of States’ Duties”

University of Essex School of Government Seminar, February 2013 | “Benefiting From Failures to Address Climate Change”

University of Nottingham Philosophy Seminar, February 2013 | “A Genealogy of States’ Duties”

London School of Economics: Legal and Political Forum, November 2012 | “Benefiting From Injustice, and Whether it Matters”

University of Oxford: Nuffield Political Theory Seminar, November 2012 | “The Transformation of Duties: From Individuals to States and Back Again”

University of York: Morrell Political Theory Seminar, October 2012 | “Benefiting from Injustice, and Whether it Matters”