The Reverent City: Plato's Laws and the Politics of Ethical Authority. Under contract with the University of Pennsylvania Press.
Book Chapters & Journal Articles
Forthcoming. "Platonic Revivalists? The Cases of Simone Weil and Leo Strauss." Brill's Companion to the Legacy of Greek Political Thought, eds. David Carter and Rachel Foxley.
2017. "The Platonic Rehabilitation of Tragedy." Classical Rationalism and the Politics of Europe, ed. Ann Ward, 75-95. PDF
2016. "Distant Goals: Second-best Imitation in Plato's Laws." History of Political Thought 37.1: 1-24. Link
2012. "An Unresolved Problem with the ‘Developmental’ Concept of Power in C. B. Macpherson." Journal of Intellectual History & Political Thought 1.1: 136-74.
2011. "Is There a Case for Limiting Democratic Openness?" Public Policy & Governance Review 2.2: 52-62. First runner-up for the 2011 Sylvia Ostry Prize in Public Policy.
2016. "Plato's Theological Entanglements." Review of Gerd Van Riel's "Plato's Gods" (Ashgate, 2013). Anamnesis 5: 140-45. PDF
2014. “Liberalism as Ideology: Essays in Honour of Michael Freeden,” eds. Ben Jackson & Marc Stears (Oxford University Press, 2012). History of Political Thought 35.3: 590-93. Link
2013. “Plato's Laws: Force and Truth in Politics,” eds. Gregory Recco & Eric Sanday (Indiana University Press, 2013). Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought 32.2: 350-53. Link
2012. “Plato’s Laws: A Critical Guide,” ed. Christopher Bobonich (Cambridge University Press, 2010). Journal of Intellectual History & Political Thought 1.1: 252-56.
2011. Martha C. Nussbaum, “Not For Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities” (Princeton University Press, 2010). Public Policy & Governance Review 2.2: 74-76.
"The Reverent City: Plato's Laws and the Politics of Ethical Authority." Ph.D., University of Toronto.
"Power and Happiness: C.B. Macpherson’s Overlooked Contribution." M.Phil., University of Oxford. ORA, Oxford Theses. Link