Recent work by Helen Frowe
(Forthcoming): ‘If You’ll Be My Bodyguard: Agreements to Save and the Duty to Minimise Harm’, Ethics
(Forthcoming): ‘Reply to Critics’, Journal of Moral Philosophy (symposium on Defensive Killing)
(Forthcoming): ‘War and Intervention’, in Robert Jubb, Patrick Tomlin and Catriona McKinnon (eds.), Issues in Political Theory, 4th edn., (Oxford: Oxford University Press).(Revised and updated)
(2018): ‘Lesser-Evil Justifications for Harming: Why We are Required to Turn the Trolley’, The Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 68, No. 2: 460 – 480
(2018): Seth Lazar and Helen Frowe (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Ethics of War (New York: OUP).
(2018): Seth Lazar and Helen Frowe, ‘The Ethics of War’, in Lazar and Frowe (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Ethics of War, (New York: Oxford University Press), pp. 1 – 20.
(2018) ‘The Just War Framework’, in Lazar and Frowe (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Ethics of War, (New York: Oxford University Press), DOI:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199943418.013.27.
(2017) ‘War in Political Philosophy’, in William R. Thompson (ed.) Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of Politics, (Oxford University Press)
(2016): The Ethics of War and Peace: An Introduction (Routledge) – 2nd edition
(2016) ‘On the Redundancy of Jus ad Vim’, Ethics and International Affairs, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 117 – 129
(2016): ‘Collectivism and Reductivism in the Ethics of War’, Kimberley Brownlee, David Coady and Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (eds.) Blackwell Companion to Applied Philosophy (Wiley-Blackwell) pp. 342 – 355
(2015): ‘Claim Rights, Duties and Lesser Evil Obligations’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume
(2016): ‘The Role of Necessity in Liability to Defensive Harm’, in Christian Coons and Michael Weber (eds.) The Ethics of Self-Defense (New York, OUP)
(2015): ‘Can Reductive Individualists Allow Defence Against Political Aggression?’, in Peter Vallentyne, David Sobel and Steven Wall (eds.) Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy, Vol. 1
(2014) Defensive Killing, (Oxford: OUP)
(2014) ‘War and Intervention’, in Catriona McKinnon (ed.) Issues in Political Theory, 3rd edition., (Oxford: OUP)
(2014) Helen Frowe and Gerald Lang (eds.) How We Fight: Ethics in War, (Oxford: OUP). Part of the Mind Association’s Occasional Series in Philosophy
(2014) ‘Non-Combatant Liability in War’, in Frowe and Lang (eds.) How We Fight: Ethics in War (as above)
(2014) ‘Judging Armed Humanitarian Intervention’, Don E. Scheid (ed.), The Ethics of Armed Humanitarian Intervention, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
Some of Helen’s papers are available here in draft form, for those without journal access.
Recent Work by Jonathan Parry
(2018) ‘Civil War and Revolution‘ in The Oxford Handbook of the Ethics of War (Edited by Seth Lazar and Helen Frowe)
(2017) ‘Defensive Harm, Consent, and Intervention’, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 45, No.4, 356-396
(2017) ‘Authority and Harm’, Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy, Vol.3, 252-278
(2017) ‘Legitimate Authority and the Ethics of War: A Map of the Terrain‘, Ethics and International Affairs, 31, No.2, 169-189
(2015) ‘Liability, Community, and Just Conduct in War‘, Philosophical Studies, available online
(2015) ‘Just War Theory, Legitimate Authority, and Irregular Belligerency‘, Philosophia 43, No.1 (2015), 175-196
Some of Jonathan’s papers are available here in draft form, for those without journal access.
Recent Work by Lisa Hecht
(forthcoming) Review of Seth Lazar ‘Sparing Civilians’ Journal of Moral Philosophy
Recent Work by Benjamin Matheson
(forthcoming) ‘Tracing and Heavenly Freedom‘ International Journal for Philosophy of Religion
(2018) ‘The Threat from Manipulation Arguments’, American Philosophical Quarterly, 55, 1: 37-50
(2017) ‘Alternative Possibilities, Volitional Necessities, and Character Setting‘, Disputatio, 9, 45: 287–307
(2017) ‘More than a Feeling: The Communicative Function of Regret‘ International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 25, 5: 664-681
(2017) ‘Practical Identity‘, in Palgrave Handbook of the Afterlife (eds. Matheson, B. & Nagasawa, Y.), Palgrave Macmillan, pp.391-411
(2016) ‘In Defence of the Four-Case Argument’, Philosophical Studies, 173, 7: 1963-1982
Some of Benjamin’s papers are available here in draft form, for those without journal access.