I am especially interested in the fields of bioethics, the ethics of killing, and liberal political theory. I have previously written on abortion, prenatal screening, procreative ethics, and the allocation of dispositional rights in bodily material.
My current research is about public reason liberalism and its practical implications - especially in relation to the political questions which Rawls called the 'problems of extension'. Public reason views, I argue, handle these sorts of questions badly, giving us cause to reject them. You can find some of my ideas about these issues in my most recent publications, below.