Talks

Upcoming

“What is a Provisional Right?” (with Martin Stone), Kant’s Doctrine of Right, University of Chicago, March 2023

“Poverty and Structural Domination in (and beyond) Kant’s Theory of Right,” Kant’s Doctrine of Right, University of Chicago, March 2023

Past

Poverty and Structural Domination in (and beyond) Kant’s Theory of Right,” North American Kant Society: Virtual Sessions, September 2022 (Zoom)

“Kant on Rights and Revolution,” Master Class for Senior Seminar, Wesleyan University, College of Letters, September 2022

“What is a Provisional Right?” (with Martin Stone), North American Workshop on Private Law Theory, Brooklyn Law School, October 2021 (Zoom)

A Flaw in the System: Kant’s Remarks on Poverty,” New York German Idealism Workshop; April 2021 (Zoom)

“The Indeterminacy of Bodily Rights: A Kantian Approach,” American Philosophical Association (Eastern); January 2021 (North American Kant Society colloquium) (Zoom)

“‘Who Should Give Way When Bodies Collide?’: Kant on Bodily Right,” American Philosophical Association (Central), February 2020

“Need and Necessity in Kant’s Doctrine of Right,” American Philosophical Association (Eastern), symposium paper, January 2020

“Need and Necessity in Kant’s Doctrine of Right,” Boston Area Kant Colloquium, Harvard University, December 2019

Comments on Paul Schofield, On the Very Idea of Duty to Self, Bates College, November 2019 (book manuscript workshop)

“What’s Wrong with Gentrification?”, A Night of Philosophy at the New School, October 2019

“‘Who Should Give Way When Bodies Collide?’: Kant on Bodily Right,” North American Kant Society, Brandeis University, May 2019

“What’s Wrong with Gentrification?”, Davidson College, Department of Philosophy, April 2019

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Moral and Political Thought Working Group, Yale University, February 2019

“Need and Necessity in Kant’s Doctrine of Right,” Kant on Poverty, Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany), February 2019

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Bowdoin College, Department of Philosophy, November 2018

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Bates College, Department of Philosophy, November 2018

“What’s Wrong with Gentrification?”, Presentation to Louise Antony’s Seminar (UMass Amherst), Philosophy of Race, November 2018

“‘Who Should Give Way When Bodies Collide?’: Kant on Bodily Right,” Practical Philosophy between Kant and Hegel, Xavier University, Cincinnati, August 2018

“Kant on Provisional Right” (with Martin Stone), Philosophy of Right: Kant, Fichte, Hegel, University of Leipzig, keynote, July 2018

“Kant on Provisional Right” (with Martin Stone), German Philosophy Workshop, University of Chicago, June 2018

“Freedom, Property, and the State: A Neglected Alternative,” Amherst Alumni Event, Chicago Racquet Club, June 2018

“Kant on Provisional Right” (with Martin Stone), North American Kant Society Biennial Conference, Simon Fraser University, May 2018

“Freedom, Property, and the State: A Neglected Alternative,” Amherst Reunion, May 2018

“What’s Wrong with Gentrification?”, Society for the Theory of Ethics and Politics, Northwestern University, March 2018

“Kant on Provisional Right” (with Martin Stone), Humanity, Morality, and Legality in Kant, Purdue University, February 2018

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Political and Moral Thought Seminar Series, Johns Hopkins University, November 2017

“What’s Wrong with Gentrification?”, Faculty Workshop Series, Amherst College, September 2017

“What’s Wrong with Gentrification?”, American Philosophical Association (Central), invited program, March 2017

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Political Theory Workshop, University of Massachusetts Amherst, March 2017

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Workshop on Mind, Metaphysics, and Ethics, College of the Holy Cross, November 2016

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Association for Political Theory, Ohio State University, October 2016

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” American Philosophical Association (Central), symposium paper, March 2016

“Freedom and Poverty in the Kantian State,” History of Philosophy Roundtable, University of California, San Diego, February 2016

“Freedom and Poverty in the Kantian State,” North American Kant Society, University of Georgia, Athens, February 2016

“Freedom and Poverty in the Kantian State,” New York German Idealism Workshop, Columbia University, January 2016

“Autonomy and Practical Reason: Rousseau Contra Kant,” International Kant Congress, University of Vienna, September 2015

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Society for the Theory of Ethics and Politics, Northwestern University, May 2015

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Department of Philosophy, Amherst College, February 2015

“Freedom and Structural Domination: Two Views,” Department of Philosophy, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, February 2015

“Non-Domination and the Metaphysics of Freedom: Kant on Poverty,” Association for Political Theory, University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 2014

“Non-Domination and the Metaphysics of Freedom: Kant on Poverty,” German Philosophy Workshop, University of Chicago, June 2014

“Two Forms of Autonomy: Rousseau and Kant,” American Philosophical Association (Pacific), April 2014

“Freedom, Solidarity, and Meaningful Work: Rawls and Hegel,” Association for Political Theory, Vanderbilt, October 2013

“Politics, Property, and Personhood: Kant’s Rousseauian Return,” European Consortium for Political Research, Sciences Po Bordeaux, September 2013

“Politics, Property, and Personhood: Kant’s Rousseauian Return,” Kant’s Doctrine of Right, University of Leipzig, July 2013

“Politics, Property, and Personhood: Kant’s Rousseauian Return,” American Philosophical Association (Pacific), March 2013

“Freedom, Solidarity, and Meaningful Work: Rawls and Hegel,” Department of Philosophy, Bard College, February 2013

“Politics, Property, and Personhood: Kant’s Rousseauian Return,” Practical Philosophy Workshop, Northwestern University, December 2012

“Freedom, Solidarity, and Meaningful Work: Rawls and Hegel,” Themes from the Moral Philosophy of Rawls and Kant, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, November 2012

“Politics, Property, and Personhood: Kant’s Rousseauian Return,” New York German Idealism Workshop, New School for Social Research, November 2012

“Politics, Property, and Personhood: Kant’s Rousseauian Return,” North American Kant Society, Princeton University, April 2012