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Evil of Privatization', unedited text of a talk on Alon Harel's book
Why Law Matters (OUP 2014). Posted 10 June 2014.
'The Opposite of Rape', written for an edited collection which has since been shelved. Now homeless. The paper is a follow-up to the 1998 paper 'The Wrongness of Rape' that I co-wrote with Stephen Shute. Posted 2 February 2016.
'Reasonable Reactions to the Wrongness of Rape', a reply to bob Watt's critique of 'The Wrongness of Rape', forthcoming in the Denning Law Journal (where bob's piece also appeared). Posted 2 February 2016.
'The Twilight of Legality', unedited text of my Irvine Lecture delivered at Cornell Law School in October 2015. Posted 16 May 2016.
'Tort Law and its Theory', advanced draft of my contribution to John Tasioulas (ed), The Cambridge Companion to the Philosophy of Law, forthcoming 2017. Posted 23 May 2016.
'The Negligence Standard: Political Not Metaphysical', revised text of my Chorley Lecture, forthcoming in the Modern Law Review in early 2017. Posted 2 September 2016.
'Ripstein on Private Authority', written for a Symposium on Arthur Ripstein's book Private Wrongs in the Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies. Posted 2 Novermber 2016.