Articles

  • 'Paternalism defined' Analysis, 50:1 (January 1990): 36 - 42.

  • 'Freedom not to be free: the case of the slavery contract in J.S. Mill's On Liberty' Philosophical Quarterly 40:161 (October 1990): 453 - 465.

  • 'Child Abuse: parental rights and the interests of the child' Journal of Applied

  •  Philosophy, 7:2 (1990): 183 - 194; reprinted in Rosalind Ekman Ladd (ed.)

  •  Children's Rights Re-Visioned: Philosophical Readings, Wadworth Publishing Co., 1996. Also reprinted in Michael D. Freeman (ed.) The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory (2nd series), Vol. II Family, State and Law, Ashgate,  1999.

  • 'Rights, moral values and natural facts: a reply to Mary Midgley on the problem of child-abuse' Journal of Applied Philosophy,9:1 (1992): 99 - 104.

  • 'Self-justifying paternalism' The Journal of Value Inquiry, 27 (1993): 341 - 352.

  • 'Do parents own their children?' The International Journal of Children's Rights 1 (1993): 293 - 301.

  • 'For Our Own Good' Australasian Journal of Philosophy,72:3 (September 1994): 283 - 293.

  • 'Exploited Consent' Journal of Social Philosophy,25:3 (Winter 1994): 92 - 101.

  • 'Moral Partiality' Midwest Studies in Philosophy, XX (1995) 'Moral Concepts': 129 - 141.

  • ‘What’s Blood Got to Do With It? The Significance of Natural Parenthood,’ Res Publica 1:1 (1995): 91-106

  • ‘Myths, Lies and Historical Truth: A Defence of Nationalism,’ Political Studies 43:3 (September 1995): 472-481

  • ‘Filial Morality,’ Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 77:3 (September 1996): 179-192

  • ‘”A Nod’s as Good as a Wink” :Consent, Convention, and Reasonable Belief,’ Legal Theory 3 (1997): 273-290

  • ‘How Should We Teach Sex?’ Journal of Philosophy of Education, 32:3 (November 1998): 437-449

  • ‘Should We Teach Patriotism?’ Studies in Philosophy and Education 18 (1999): 157-173

  • 'Political Disagreement, Legitimacy and Civility' Philosophical Explorations, IV:3 September 2001. Special Issue: Civic Virtue and Pluralism: 207 – 221

  • 'Selling Yourself: Titmuss's Argument Against a Market in Blood 

The Journal of Ethics, 6 (2002): 87-103