Areas of interest
Social and political philosophy, bioethics, and applied ethics
I work in political philosophy and bioethics focussing on egalitarianism, disability, capabilities, and justice. A further project concerns philosophical methodology, drawing on and developing ideas from Rawls. I am available to supervise students across all of these areas.
- "Sen's Capability Critique." In John Rawls: Debating the Major Questions, edited by Sarah Roberts-Cady and Jon Mandle. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
- “Universalism, Vulnerability, and Egalitarianism.” In From Disability Theory to Practice, edited by Christopher A. Riddle. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2018
- Lowry, Christopher. “Perfectionism for Neutralists.” Journal of Social Philosophy 42/4 (2011): 382-402.
Selected grants, fellowships, awards
Mitacs Accelerate. "Developmental Disability, Independent Facilitation, and Citizenship." Academic Supervisor for Catherine Klausen's internship with Facilitation Wellington Dufferin. 2016.
Theories of Justice and Cognitive Disability
Distributive Justice, Global Justice, and Human Rights
Ethics and Bioethics