Papers

Forthcoming Articles and Chapters:

“Labor Restrictions as Uncompensated Takings,” Social Philosophy and Policy 2019

"Doing Justice to Oneself,” with Mark LeBar (Florida State University), in Neglected Virtues, a festschrift for Rosalind Hursthouse, edited by G. Pettigrove and C. Swanton

Published Articles and Chapters:

“Self-Ownership as a Form of Ownership,” in The Oxford Handbook of Freedom, edited by D. Schmidtz and C. Pavel (Oxford, 2018)

"Practical Unintelligence and the Vices,” in Evil in Aristotle, edited by P. Kontos (Cambridge, 2018)

“Putting Ideals in Their Place,” in The Oxford Handbook of Virtue, edited by N. Snow (Oxford, 2018)

“Can Profit-Seekers be Virtuous?” with Michael C. Munger (Duke University), in The Routledge Companion to Business Ethics, edited by E. Heath, B. Kaldis, and A. Marcoux (Routledge, 2018)

“When Does Income Cost Too Much?” in Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management, edited by A. J. G. Sison, G. R. Beabout, and I. Ferrero (Springer, 2017)

“From Personality to Character to Virtue,” in Current Controversies in Virtue Theory, edited by M. Alfano (Routledge, 2015)

“Aristotle on Cultivating Virtue,” in Cultivating Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology, edited by N. Snow (Oxford, 2015)

“Phronesis and the Virtues: Nicomachean Ethics VI.12-13,” in The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, edited by R. Polansky (Cambridge, 2014)

“Aristotelian Virtue Theory: After the Person-Situation Debate,” Revue Internationale de Philosophie 267 (2014), 37-63, special issue edited by J. Oakley. Translated into Polish, in W poszukiwaniu moralnego charakteru (Towards Moral Character), edited by N. Szutta and A. Szutta (Academicon, 2015).

“What Virtue Ethics Can Learn from Utilitarianism,” in The Cambridge Companion to Utilitarianism, edited by B. Eggleston and D. Miller (Cambridge, 2014)

“Deliberation and Phronesis in Aristotle’s Ethics,” in Ancient Ethics, edited by J. Hardy and G. Rudebusch (Vandehoeck and Ruprecht, 2014)

“Virtue Ethics, Happiness, and the Good Life,” in The Cambridge Companion to Virtue Ethics, edited by D. C. Russell (Cambridge, 2013)

“Well-being and Eudaimonia: A Reply to Haybron,” with Mark LeBar (Florida State University), in Aristotelian Ethics in Contemporary Perspective, edited by J. Peters (Routledge, 2013)

“Aristotle’s Virtues of Greatness,” Virtue and Happiness: Essays in Honour of Julia Annas, a supplementary issue of Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, edited by R. Kamtekar and B. Inwood, 2012

“Virtue Ethics and Political Philosophy,” in The Routledge Companion to Social and Political Philosophy, edited by F. D’Agostino and G. Gaus (Routledge, 2012)

“Virtue and Happiness in the Lyceum and Beyond,” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 38 (2010), 143-85

“Embodiment and Self-Ownership,” Social Philosophy and Policy 27 (2010), 135-67

“Happiness and Agency in the Stoics and Aristotle,” Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy 24 (2008), 83-112

“Agent-Based Virtue Ethics and the Fundamentality of Virtue,” American Philosophical Quarterly 45 (2008), 329-48

“That ‘Ought’ Does Not Imply ‘Right’: Why it Matters for Virtue Ethics,” Southern Journal of Philosophy 46 (2008), 299-315

“Aristotle on the Moral Relevance of Self-Respect,” in Virtue Ethics, Old and New, edited by S. Gardiner (Cornell, 2005)

“Locke on Land and Labor,” Philosophical Studies 117 (2004), 303-25

“Virtue as ‘Likeness to God’ in Plato and Seneca,” Journal of the History of Philosophy 42 (2004), 241-60

“Epicurus on Friends and Goals,” in Epicurus: His Continuing Influence and Contemporary Relevance, edited by D. Suits and D. Gordon (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2003)

“Misunderstanding the Myth in the Gorgias,” Southern Journal of Philosophy 39 (2001), 557-73

“Protagoras and Socrates on Courage and Pleasure: Protagoras 349d ad finem,” Ancient Philosophy 20 (2000), 311-38

“Epicurus and Lucretius on Saving Agency,” Phoenix 54 (2000), 226-43

“Aristotle on Rights and Natural Justice,” Polis 16 (1999), 73-85