James Scott, Seeing Like a State” in Jacob T. Levy, ed. Oxford Handbook of Classics in Contemporary Political Theory (Oxford).

(with Michael Blake) “Global Justice, Global Cities?Journal of Global Ethics, forthcoming. (pre-publication)

Henri Lefebvre and the Right to the City,” in Sharon Meagher and Joe Biehl, eds. Philosophy of the City Handbook (Routledge, 2019), ch. 6.

Hopeful Losers? A Moral Case for Mixed Electoral Systems,” Les ateliers de l’éthique / The Ethics Forum 10, 2 (Summer 2015): 107-121.

(with James Wong and Brandon Morgan-Olsen) “Identifying Difference, Engaging Dissent: What is at Stake in Democratizing Knowledge?” Foundations of Science 21, 1 (March 2016; September 2014 online): 69-88.

Federalism, Subsidiarity, and Cities” in James Fleming and Jacob Levy, eds. NOMOS LV: Federalism and Subsidiarity (2014).

Seeing like a Theorist,” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37, 2: Debates and Developments Symposium on Warren Magnusson’s Politics of Urbanism: Seeing Like a City (March 2013): 804-814.

Concepts, Conceptions, and Principles of Justice,” Socialist Studies 8, 1: Special Issue on GA Cohen (2012).

Exploitation and Rational Choice,” Canadian Journal of Political Science 44, 3 (2011).

Public Reason in the Just City” in Clarissa Hayward and Todd Swanstrom, eds. Justice and the American Metropolis (2011).

A Democratic Right to Privacy: Political or Perfectionist?Representation 47, 1 (2011).

Liberal Citizenship: Medieval Cities as Model and Metaphor,” Space & Polity 14, 2 (2010).

The Federal Structure of a Republic of Reasons,” Political Theory 33, 5 (2005).

Democratic Hopes in the Polycentric City,” Journal of Politics 66, 1 (2004).

Democracy and City Life,” Politics, Philosophy & Economics 3, 1 (2004).

Deliberation, Legitimacy, and Multilateral Democracy,” Governance 16, 1 (2003).

Economic Growth and Basic Human Needs,” International Studies Quarterly 42, 2 (1998).

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Tenure and the good of the university

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