Curriculum Vitae

A full copy of my cv is here.


Teaching Fellow, Department of Politics and International Studies & University Senior Tutor for Politics, Philosophy & Economics, University of Warwick (2015 – )

Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for Philosophy of Social & Natural Sciences, London School of Economics and Political Science (2013-15)

LSE Teaching Fellow in Political Theory, Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science (2011-13)


PhD Political Theory, New York University.

MA War Studies, Kings College London.

BA Social and Political Sciences, King’s College, Cambridge University


“Hempel, Grue and the Logical Empiricist Baseline”, Erkenntnis, forthcoming 2017.

“Classifying states: instrumental rhetoric or a compelling normative theory?”, Ethics & Global Politics, forthcoming 2017 (with P. Maffetone).

“Motivation Ethics” (book), Bloomsbury Academic, Jan 2017.

“Interpersonal Comparisons of the Good: Epistemic not Impossible”, Utilitas, Sept 2016.

“Markets on the Margin: Sweatshops” in “Politics, Philosophy and Economics: The Key Read- ings”, Oxford University Press, Eds Anomaly, Brennan, Munger, Sayre-McCord, June 2015 (based on Coakley & Kates 2013).

“The Ethical and Economic Case for Sweatshop Regulation”, Journal of Business Ethics, Oct 2013, Vol 117, Issue 3, (with M. Kates).

“On the Value of Political Legitimacy”, Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Nov 2011, Vol 10, No. 4.

Review of “Political Judgement” by Richard Bourke & Raymond Geuss, Political Studies Review, 2011, Vol 9.

Under Review / In development

“Is there in fact a Ravens’ Paradox?”

“Induction as the avoidance of arbitrary qualification”

“Unfreedom as the clash of ends”

“How to estimate human welfare” (book)


As Instructor (for further teaching experience please see cv link above):

2015 – “Issues in Political Theory”, large undergraduate course, am module director, delivered half of the lectures and many seminars, year-long.

2015 – “Normative Analysis”, Warwick Graduate Seminar (taught half of the classes)

2011-13 “Introduction to Contemporary Political Theory”, LSE, delivered all the lectures, course director

2012-13 “Foundations of Political Theory”, LSE Graduate Lectures & Seminars on the philoso- phy of method (co-taught)

2011-13 “The Liberal Idea of Freedom”, LSE Graduate Seminar, Spring 2010. Course director & took all sessions.