Highlighted Recent Publications

Kenneth Ehrenberg, 'The Institutionality of Legal Validity' (2018) Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (forthcoming) (SSRN)

Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco, 'Dworkin's Dignity Under the Lens of the Magician of Königsberg' in Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco, et al (eds), Dignity in Dworkin’s Legal and Moral Philosophy (Oxford University Press 2018) (link)

Alexander Sarch, 'Is Parity of Culpability a Constraint on Accomplice Liability?' (2018) 15(2) Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (forthcoming) (link)

Joshua Andresen, 'Fighting Terrorism under All Applicable Law' in Christopher Fuller and Claire Finkelstein (eds) Using Law to Fight Terror: Legal Approaches to Combating Violent Non-State and State-Sponsored Actors (Oxford University Press 2019) (forthcoming) (SSRN)

Alexander Sarch, 'Willful Ignorance in Law and Morality' (2018) 13(5) Philosophy Compass (link)

Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov (ed), Neurolaw and Responsibility for Action: Concepts, Crimes, and Courts (Cambridge University Press 2018) (link)

Dennis Patterson, 'Theoretical Disagreement, Legal Positivism and Interpretation' (2018) Ratio Juris (forthcoming)

Mikołaj Barczentewicz, 'The Illuminati Problem and Rules of Recognition' (2018) 38(3) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (linkSSRN)

Ari Afilalo and Dennis Patterson, 'Global Economic Constitutionalism and the Future of Global Trade' (2018) University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law (forthcoming) (SSRN)

Mikołaj Barczentewicz, 'The Limits of Natural Law Originalism' (2018) 93 Notre Dame Law Review Online 115 (SSRN)

Mikołaj Barczentewicz, 'The Social Basis of Ultimate Legal Rules: Hayek Meets Hart' (2018) Peter J. Boettke, Jayme Lemke, Virgil Storr (eds), Exploring the Political Economy & Social Philosophy of F.A. Hayek (Rowman & Littlefield) (forthcoming) (SSRN)

Alex Sarch and Daniel Wodak, 'Resolving Judicial Dilemmas' (2018) 6(1) Virginia Journal of Criminal Law 93 (SSRN)

M.E. Newhouse, ‘Juridical Law as a Categorical Imperative,’ in Ruhi Demiray & Alice Pinheiro Walla (eds), Reason, Rights and Law: New Essays on Kantian Philosophy, (University of Wales Press 2018) (forthcoming)

Hrafn Asgeirsson, 'The Influence of the Sorites Paradox in Practical Philosophy' in Sergi Oms and Elia Zardini (eds), The Sorites Paradox (Cambridge University Press 2018) (forthcoming) (link)

Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco and Pilar Zambrano, 'One Myth of the Classical Natural Law Theory: Reflecting on the ‘Thin’ view of Legal Positivism' (2018) 31(1) Ratio Juris 91 (link)

Ryan Abbott and Bret Bogenschneider, 'Should Robots Pay Taxes? Tax Policy in the Age of Automation' (2018) 12(1) Harvard Law & Policy Review 145 (link) (SSRN)

M.E. Newhouse, 'In Defense of Liberal Equality' (2017) 9(1-2) Public Reason 99 (link)

Ambrose Y.K. Lee, 'Defending a Communicative Theory of Punishment: The Relationship between Hard Treatment and Amends' (2017) 37(1) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 217 (link)

Joshua Andresen, 'Putting Lethal Force on the Table: How Drones Change the Alternative Space of War and Counterterrorism' (2017) 8(2) Harvard National Security Journal 426 (link)

Hrafn Asgeirsson, 'On the Possibility of Non-Literal Legislative Speech', in Francesca Poggi and Alessandro Capone (eds) Pragmatics and Law: Practical and Theoretical Perspectives (Dordrecht: Springer 2017) (link)

Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov, ‘Intention in Criminal Law: The Challenge from Non-Observational Knowledge’ (2017) 30(4) Ratio Juris 451 (link)

Michael S. Pardo and Dennis Patterson, 'Morse, Mind, and Mental Causation', 2017 11(1) Criminal Law and Philosophy 111 (link)

Mikołaj Barczentewicz, 'Miller, Statutory Interpretation, and the True Place of EU Law in UK Law' (2017) Public Law (November, Brexit Special Issue 2017) 10 (SSRN)

Kenneth Ehrenberg, 'Law is an Institution, an Artifact, and a Practice’ in Luka Burazin, Kenneth Einar Himma, and Corrado Roversi (eds), Law as an Artifact (Oxford University Press 2017) (forthcoming) (link, SSRN)

Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov, ‘Intention in Criminal Law: The Challenge from Non-Observational Knowledge’ (2017) 30(4) Ratio Juris 451 (link)

Ryan Abbott, 'The Reasonable Computer: Disrupting the Paradigm of Tort Liability' (2017) 86(1) George Washington Law Review 1 (link) (SSRN)

Alexander F. Sarch, 'Who Cares What You Think? Criminal Culpability and the Irrelevance of Unmanifested Mental States' (2017) Law & Philosophy (link)

Ryan Abbott, 'The Sentinel Initiative as a Cultural Commons', in Katherine Strandburg, et al. (eds) In Governing Medical Research Commons (Cambridge University Press 2017) (SSRN)

Alexander F. Sarch, 'Ignorance Lost: A Reply to Yaffe on the Culpability of Willful Ignorance' (2017) Criminal Law & Philosophy (link)

Ira K. Lindsay, 'Tax Fairness by Convention: A Defense of Horizontal Equity' (2016) 19(2) Florida Tax Review 79 (LexisSSRN)

M.E. Newhouse, 'Two Types of Legal Wrongdoing' (2016) 22(1) Legal Theory 59 (linkSSRN)

Christopher P. Taggart, 'Retributivism, Agency, and the Voluntary Act Requirement' (2016) 36(3) Pace Law Review 645 (link)

Kenneth Ehrenberg, The Functions of Law (Oxford University Press 2016) (link)

Kenneth M. Ehrenberg, (2016) 7(2) 'Law as Plan and Artefact'. Jurisprudence 325. (link)

Ryan Abbott, 'I Think, Therefore I Invent: Creative Computers and the Future of Patent Law' (2016) 57 Boston College Law Review 1079 (link)

Alexander F. Sarch, 'Equal Culpability and the Scope of the Willful Ignorance Doctrine' (2016) 22(3-4) Legal Theory 276 (link)

Ryan Abbott, 'Hal the Inventor: Big Data and its Use by Artificial Intelligence' in Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Hamid R. Ekbia and Michael Mattioli (eds), Big Data is Not a Monolith (MIT Press 2016) (SSRN)

Hrafn Asgeirsson, 'Can Legal Practice Adjudicate Between Theories of Vagueness?' in Geert Keil and Ralf Poscher (eds.), Vagueness and Law: Philosophical and Legal Perspectives (Oxford University Press 2016) (paywalledSSRN)

Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco, 'Action in Law's Empire: Judging in the Deliberative Mode' (2016) 29(2) Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 431 (paywalled)

Alex Sarch, 'Beyond Willful Ignorance' (2016) 88 University of Colorado Law Review 97 (link)

Christopher P. Taggart, 'Fairness Versus Welfare: The Limits of Kaplow and Shavell’s Pareto Argument' (2016) 99(3) Marquette Law Review 661 (link)

Hrafn Asgeirsson, 'Expected Applications, Contextual Enrichment, and Objective Communicative Content: The Linguistic Case for Conception-Textualism' (2015) 21(3-4) Legal Theory 115 (paywalled)

Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov, A Philosophy of Criminal Attempts (Cambridge University Press 2015)

Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco, Law and Authority Under the Guise of the Good (Hart 2014)

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