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Selected Publications

Selected Publications: 

2023 Liberal Dependency Care versus Subject-Centered Liberal Justice Dialogue 62:2.

2022 Public Trust and Biotech Innovation: A Theory for Trustworthy Regulation of (Scary!) Technology. Social Philosophy and Policy 38(2):29-49.

2021. Intergenerational Justice and Equality. In Stephen Gardiner, Ed. Oxford Handbook of Intergenerational Ethics.

2019. “Displacing the Productionist Paradigm.” Ethics, Policy, and Environment. 23 Aug 2019. pp. 1-8

2018. Wolt, Jeffrey, and Wolf, Clark. Policy and Governance Perspectives for Regulation of Genome Edited Crops in the United States. Frontiers in Plant Science. Vol 9. pp. 1-12.

2018. Sustainability and the Currency of Intergenerational Obligations: Norton, Solow, Rawls Mill, and Sen on Problems of Intergenerational Allocation. In Sahotra Sarkar and Ben Minteer, Eds. Environmental Pragmatism: Essays on Bryan Norton. 

2018. Sustainable Agriculture. in Tyler Doggett, Ann Barnhill, and Mark Budolfson, eds, The Oxford Handbook of Food Ethics. (11465 words) 8.

2015. Patent Fairness and International Justice. World Intellectual Property Organization Journal. 7(1):62-72.

2014. “Intellectual Property and Food.” Encyclopedia of Food Ethics. Springer

2013. Intergenerational Distributive Justice. In J. Gaus and F. D’Agostino, Eds, Routledge Companion to Social and Political Philosophy. Routledge. pp. 467-479. 

2012. Environmental Ethics, Future Generations, and Environmental Law. In A. Marmour, ed. Routledge Companion to the Philosophy of Law. pp. 397-414. 

2011. Scientific Liberty and the Public Regulation of Science. In D. Scott, ed. Debating Science. Prometheus Press. pp. 83- 99. 

2010. Intergenerational Justice and Saving. In J. LaMont, K. Favor, and J. Gaus, eds., Values, Justice, and Economics. Stanford University Press. pp. 269-290. 

2009. Do Future Persons Presently Have Alternative Possible Identities? in M. Roberts and D. Wasserman, eds. Harming Future Persons: Ethics, Genetics, and the Non-Identity Problem. Springer. pp. 93-114. 

2009. Intergenerational Justice, Human Needs, and Climate Policy. In A. Gosseries and L. Meyer, eds. Justice Between Generations. Oxford University Press. pp. 347-376. 

2009. Immigration, Exploitation, and the Market for Bodily Organs. In S. Shapshay and M. Brannigan, eds. Bioethics and Film. Johns Hopkins Press. pp. 170-185. 18.

2008. Justice and Intergenerational DebtIntergenerational Justice Review. Vol 2, pp. 13-17.

2007 Labeling GE Foods: Rights, Risks, and Institutional Options. In P. Weirich, ed., Labeling Genetically modified Food. Oxford University Press.

2006. Bioethics and Global Environmental Change. Journal of Public Affairs. IX(1) pp. 1-30. 

2005. Rights, Reason, and Value: Frederic Ferré’s Organic Theory of Natural Value. In G. Allen and M. Allshouse, eds., Knowing, Living, and Being. Lexington/Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 159-176. 22.

2004 O Repugnance, Where is thy Sting? On the Neutral Level of Existence and Parfit’s Repugnant Conclusion. In J. Ryberg and T. Tännsjö, eds., The Repugnant Conclusion. Kluwer. pp. 61-80. 23.

2003. Environmental Ethics and Marine Ecosystems. In. D. Dallmayer and P. Hartel, eds., Values at Sea: Environmental Ethics and Marine Ecosystems. University of Georgia Press. pp. 19-32. (Not peer-reviewed) 24.

2003. Intergenerational Justice. In R. Frey and C. Wellman, eds., Blackwell Companion to Applied Ethics. Blackwell. pp. 279-294. 25. 2002. Population Growth and Intergenerational Justice. In D. Schmidtz and E. Willot, eds. Environmental Ethics. Oxford University Press. pp. 267-273.

2001. Sustainability, Biodiversity, and the Reintroduction of Wolves. In B. Norton and V. Sharpe, Eds., Wolves and Human Communities. Washington DC: Island Press. pp. 233-253.

2001. “Population.” In D. Jamieson, ed., Blackwell Companion to Environmental Philosophy. Blackwell. 

2000. “Fundamental Rights, Reasonable Pluralism, and the Moral Commitments of Politcal Liberalism.” In V. Davion and C. Wolf, eds., The Idea of a Political Liberalism. Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 102-126. 

2000. From Comprehensive Justice to Political Liberalism. (Co-Authored with V. Davion) In V. Davion and C. Wolf, Eds., The Idea of a Political Liberalism. Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 1-15.

1999. Property Rights, Resource Use, and Intergenerational Justice: A Response to Brock. Ethics and the Environment. 4(1). pp. 107-113. 

1999. Health Care Access, Population Ageing, and Intergenerational Justice. In H. Lesser, Ed. Ageing, Autonomy, and Resources. Ashgate Publishers. pp. 212-245.

1999. Power and Equality in Intimate Relationships. In J. Kuypers, Ed., Men and Power. Fernwood Publishing Company. 127-145.

1997. Person Affecting Utilitarianism and Population; or, Sissy Jupe’s Theory of Social Choice. In J. Heller and N. Fotion, Eds., Contingent Future Persons. Kluwer. pp. 99-122.

1997. Property Rights, Economic Inequalities, and International Obligations. In H. LaFollette, Ed., Ethics in Practice. Blackwell Publishers. Pp. 559-570. 

1996. Markets, Justice, and the Interests of Future Generations. Ethics and the Environment. 1(2) pp. 153-175. 36. 1996. Social Choice and Normative Population Theory: A Person-Affecting Solution to Parfit’s Mere-Addition Paradox. Philosophical Studies. 81(2-3) pp. 263-282.

1995. “Contemporary Property Rights, Lockean Provisos, and the Interests of Future Generations.” Ethics. 105(4):791-818. Reprinted in Steve Vanderheiden, Ed. 2012. Environmental Rights: International Library of Essays on Rights. Ashgate Publishers. pp. 395-422.

1995. Liberalism and Fundamental Constitutional Rights. Arizona Law Review. 37(1) pp. 185-195.