Academic Profile

My research areas are ethics, metaethics and political philosophy. I am concerned primarily with the nature and role of reasons in these domains.
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Assoc Prof Andrew T. Forcehimes
Associate Professor, School of Humanities

Normative Ethics
Political Philosophy
  • Being of a Mind: A Moral Theory Focusing on Attitudes
  • Andrew T. Forcehimes; Luke Semrau. (2019). Beneficence: Does Agglomeration Matter. Journal of Applied Philosophy, 36(1), 17-33.

  • Andrew T. Forcehimes. (2019). Asymmetrism and the Magnitudes of Welfare Benefits. JOURNAL OF ETHICS & SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY, .

  • Andrew T. Forcehimes; Luke Semrau. (2019). Actualism Doesn’t Have Control Issues: A Reply to Cohen and Timmerman. Philosophia, 47(1), 271-277.

  • Andrew T. Forcehimes. (2018). A Dilemma for Non-Analytic Naturalism. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 99(2), 228-247.

  • Andrew T. Forcehimes; Luke Semrau. (2018). Are There Distinctively Moral Reasons?. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 21(3), 699-717.