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ADAM HOSEIN (PhD, MIT, 2009) works mainly in moral, political, and legal philosophy, with a special interest in issues of global justice. Before coming to CU, he was a fellow in law and philosophy at the University of Chicago Law School. He holds a BA from Merton College, Oxford and a PhD from MIT.
Some topics he has worked on are immigration, self-defense, war, campaign finance, contractualism, criminal process, aggregation, and distributive justice. He also has interests in related questions about race and gender.
- "Democracy, Paternalism, and Campaign Finance," Forthcoming in Public Affairs Quarterly
- "Doing, Allowing, and the State" Forthcoming in Law and Philosophy
- "Are Justified Attackers a Threat to the Rights Based Theory of Self-Defense?" Forthcoming in How We Fight (Oxford: OUP, 2013)
- "Contractualism, Politics, and Morality," Forthcoming Acta Analytica
- "The Freedom of Movement Argument for Open Borders" Ethics and Global Politics Vol 6, No 1 (2013)