Honour not the malice of thine enemy so much, as to say, thy misery comes from him; dishonour not the complexion of the times so much, as to say, thy misery comes from them (J Donne)
containing information about my work
Professor, Columbia University Law School
Professor (part time) Kings College, London
My 3:AM interview with Richard Marshall is published. So are Normativity: The Place of reasoning, and Value and the Weight of Practical Reasons. The reference to them moved to the recent publication page.
A new paper, Intention and Value joined The Guise of the Bad and Why The State on the unpublished papers page. Some of the ideas explored in Why the state were expressed in a talk given in Jan 14 in Singapore Symposium on Legal Theory which is on line. Accompanying as it does a much longer paper it should be listened to with either the full paper or the Power Point slides in hand the link is here
The Kellogg Lecture in jurisprudence delivered on 2/11/11 is available HERE