My work is primarily in social and political philosophy, particularly in the public reason and social contract traditions, and at the intersections of philosophy, politics and economics. I also delve into issues regarding agency and responsibility.
Many of my papers are available at https://tulane.academia.edu/ChadVanSchoelandt
My journal articles include:
- “Between Traditional and Minimal Moralities” Analysis, Vol. 79, Issue 1, January 2019, pp. 128-40
- "Moral Accountability and Social Norms" Social Philosophy & Policy 35 (2018)
- "Consensus on What? Convergence for What?: Four Models of Political Liberalism" (with Gerald Gaus), Ethics 128, no. 1 (October 2017): 145-172
- "Justification, coercion, and the place of public reason," Philosophical Studies 172: 1031-1050. (2015)
- "Markets, community, and pluralism," Philosophical Quarterly 64: 144-151. (2014)
- "Political liberalism, ethos justice, and gender equality," (with Blain Neufeld), Law and Philosophy 33: 75-104. (2014)
My book chapters include:
- “Public Reason” (with Gerald Gaus), The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Ed., Elsevier, 2015, pp. 591-6.
- “Crossing a Mesh Theory with a Reasons-Responsive Theory: Unholy Spawn or Love Child of a New Dawn?” (with Michael McKenna), Agency, Freedom, and Responsibility, Andrei Buckareff Buckareff, Carlos Moya, and Sergi Rosell (eds.), Palgrave, 2016
- “Constructing Public Distributive Justice: On the Method of Functionalist Moral Theory” (with Gerald Gaus) New Perspectives on Distributive Justice: Pluralism, Deep Disagreements, and the Problem of Consensus, Manuel Knoll, Stephen Snyder, and Nurdane Simsek (eds.), De Gruyter Press, 2018, pp. 403-422
- “John Rawls”, Liberal Moments, Ewa Atanassow and Alan Kahan (eds.), Bloomsbury, 2018
- “Political and Distributive Justice” (with Gerald Gaus), The Oxford Handbook of Distributive Justice, Serena Olsaretti (ed.), 2018, pp. 283-305.
- “Political Liberalism” (with Gerald Gaus), Cambridge History of Philosophy: 1945 to 2010, Kelly Becker and Iain Thomson (eds.), Cambridge University Press, forthcoming
- “A Public Reason Approach to Religious Exemption”, Philosophy and Public Policy, Andrew I. Cohen (ed.), Rowman and Littlefield International, 2018
- “Democratic Peace Theory, Montesquieu, and Public Choice” (with Sarah Burns), Reclaiming Liberalism, David F. Hardwick and Leslie Marsh (eds.), Palgrave, forthcoming