I am a PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center. My research is focused on social and political philosophy with particular attention paid to debates between libertarians, socialists, and anarchists over the moral status of the market and the state.
I am presently working on a dissertation defending the coherence of left-libertarianism—a philosophical position that holds that certain moral principles traditionally associated with libertarianism are compatible with egalitarian views about the distribution of resources. While standard accounts of left-libertarianism emphasize the mere compatibility of libertarian and egalitarian principles, I argue that core libertarian principles actually entail that goods should be distributed in accordance with the egalitarian principles typically associated with the socialist left.
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