A Pacifism Worth Fighting For: The book will give a protracted defense of a radical pacifist view of defensive permissions. The first half attacks an anti-pacifist view of moral liability, which I call liability realism, and offers arguments for pacifism, which entails liability anti-realism. The second half sketches a positive pacifist view. Below is a chapter outline for the book:
Part I: Anti-Pacifism 1. Anti-Pacifism, Moral Intuitions, and Defensive Limits 2. The Argument from Incoherence 3. The Argument from Liberal Liability 4. The Argument from Mercy Part II: Pacifism 5. Sketching Pacifism 6. Starting and Ending Lives 7. A Pacifist View of Healthcare Justice 8. What is the Pacifist View of the State?
"Animal Rights Pacifism"
"Multiple Threats and the Specter of Pacifism"
"Reductive Individualism and Healthcare Justice"
"Satellites as Sites of Rights: An Argument for Transnational Civilian Satellites"
"Does Theism Make a Difference for Self-Defense?"
"Here's Not Looking at You, Kid: A New Defense of Anti-Natalism" (with Anthony Ferrucci)
"Real Kids First: An Adoption Argument for Anti-Natalism" (with Anthony Ferrucci)