Holly Lawford-Smith

Holly Lawford-Smith is senior lecturer in political philosophy at the University of Melbourne. Her PhD is from the Australian National University, and her undergraduate and Masters degrees are from the University of Otago, New Zealand. She teaches across ethics and political philosophy, and does research related to collective action, collective agency, and collective responsibility, with applications to climate change and consumption. She is currently interested in the question of whether citizens are culpable for their states’ actions and, if so, what this may imply for a state passing on the costs of its ethical transgressions to citizens. Further information about her work can be found at www.hollylawford-smith.org.

 

Articles by this author:

Unethical Consumption and Obligations to Signal (Fall 2015)

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