King’s College London is one of the top 5 research centres for philosophy in the country. One of its areas of focus is Political Philosophy.
Lorenzo Del Savio, Sarah Fine, Matteo Mameli, David Owens, Thomas Pink, Andrea Sangiovanni have all published in the subject or in closely related areas recently.
Selected Recent Publications in Political Philosophy
Lorenzo Del Savio
- (with Buyx A, Prainsack B and H Völzke) Forthcoming. Every participant is a principal investigator – Citizen Science and Participatory Governance in Population Research. The International Journal of Epidemiology
- (with Giulia Cavaliere) 2016. The problem with commercial surrogacy: A reflection on reproduction, markets, and labour. Biolaw Journal n.2.
- (with Matteo Mameli) 2015. La democrazia oltre alla democrazia rappresentativa. Fondazione Giangiacome Feltrinelli
- (with Matteo Mameli) 2015. Power Hierarchies and Social Status: On the Normative Significance of Social Epidemiology. The American Journal of Bioethics, 15(3): 52-53.
- (with Stupka E, Loi M) 2013. Social Epigenetics and Equality of Opportunity. Public Health Ethics, 6(2): 142-153.
Forthcoming. Migration. In Serena Olsaretti (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Distributive Justice. Oxford University Press.
(Co-edited with Daniel Butt and Zofia Stemplowska) Forthcoming. Political Philosophy, Here and Now: Essays in Honour of David Miller. Oxford University Press.
Forthcoming. Immigration and the Right to Exclude. Oxford University Press.
(Co-edited with Lea Ypi) 2016. Migration in Political Theory: The Ethics of Movement and Membership. Oxford University Press.
2016. Immigration and Discrimination. In Fine and Ypi (eds.) Migration in Political Theory: The Ethics of Movement and Membership. Oxford University Press.
2013. The Ethics of Immigration: Self-Determination and the Right to Exclude. Philosophy Compass.
2010. Freedom of Association Is Not the Answer. Ethics.
and many others.
- (with Camporesi, S.) 2016. Trading participation for access to health-care: A morally relevant feature of participation in clinical research. JOSHA – Journal of Science, Humanities and Arts 3, 4
- (with Lorenzo Del Savio) 2015. La democrazia oltre alla democrazia rappresentativa. Fondazione Giangiacome Feltrinelli
- (with Lorenzo Del Savio) 2015. Power Hierarchies and Social Status: On the Normative Significance of Social Epidemiology. The American Journal of Bioethics, 15(3): 52-53.
- (with Lorenzo Del Savio) 2014. Anti-representative democracy and oligarchic capture. openDemocracy
- Forthcoming 2017. Wrong by Convention. Ethics [preprint]
- 2016. Promises and Conflicting Obligations. Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy Vol. 11 No. 1, pp. 1-19.
- 2015. Tolerance as Civility. Philosopher’s Imprint Vol 15 No. 20 pp. 1-13.
- 2014. ‘Does A Promise Transfer a Right?‘ in G. Letsas, P. Saprai and G. Klass – Philosophical Foundations of Contract Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2014) pp. 78-95.
- 2012. ‘The Value of Duty‘. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume LXXVI pp. 199-215.
- Forthcoming 2017. Humanity Without Dignity: Moral Equality, Respect, and Human Rights. Harvard University Press
- 2016. Is Coercion a Ground of Distributive Justice?. Law and Philosophy 35: 271-90
- 2015. How Practices Matter. Journal of Political Philosophy 24: 3-23
- 2015. Solidarity as Joint Action. Journal of Applied Philosophy 32: 340-59
and many others.
- Forthcoming. Samuel Moyn on Christian Human Rights. King’s Law Journal
- 2016. ‘Suarez and Bellarmine on the Church as a Coercive Lawgiver’ in Legge e Natura I dibattiti teologici e giuridici fra XV e XVII secolo ed Riccardo Saccenti and Cinzia Sulas. Arricia: Aracne editrice 2016 pp287-332
- 2015. Francisco Suarez: Selections from Three Works. ed Thomas Pink. Liberty Fund
- 2015. ‘Jacques Maritain and the problem of Church and State’ in The Thomist, 79(1), 1-42
- 2014. ‘Law and the normativity of obligation’ Jurisprudence Annual Lecture 2014 – Jurisprudence, vol 5: 1–28
- 2013. ‘The Interpretation of Dignitatis Humanae: A Reply to Martin Rhonheimer‘ Nova et Vetera, English Edition Vol. 11, No. 1: 77–121