Essays in Circulation

As of 29 November 2011.

Publications

  1. Take the A-Train in The Industrial Radical I.1 (Autumn 2012). 4-6.

  2. In Which I Fail To Be Reassured in The Industrial Radical I.1 (Autumn 2012). 7-12.

  3. The Clean Water Act vs. Clean Water in Free Voices: A Magazine of Anarchist Thought Issue #7 Spring (April/May) 2012. 14-15.

  4. Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Corporate Power and Structural Poverty. Editor (with Gary Chartier) and contributor. Minor Compositions/Autonomedia (November 2011).

    • Introduction (co-authored with Gary Chartier), pp. 1-16.
    • Ch. 4, Markets Freed from Capitalism (2010), pp. 59-81.
    • Ch. 12, Libertarianism Through Thick and Thin (2008), pp. 131-144.
    • Ch. 30, Two Words on Privatization (2007/2010), pp. 283-288.
    • Ch. 41, Scratching By: How Government Creates Poverty As We Know It, (2007), pp. 377-384.
    • Ch. 43, We Are Market Forces (2009/2011), pp. 391-394.
    • Ch. 47, The Clean Water Act Versus Clean Water (2010), pp. 415-419.
  5. The Many Monopolies, in The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty 61.7 (September 2011).

  6. There’s Too Little Trust in Government? It Just Ain’t So! in The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty 60.9 (November 2010).

  7. Opposing the Civil Rights Act Means Opposing Civil Rights? It Just Ain’t So! in The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty 60.7 (September 2010).

  8. There’s No I in Health Care Reform, in The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty 60.2 (March 2010). 6–7.

  9. Individualism Clashes with Cooperation? It Just Ain't So!, in The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty 59.1 (January/February 2009). 6–7.

  10. Libertarianism Through Thick and Thin, in The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty 58.6 (July/August 2008). 35–39.

  11. Liberty, Equality, Solidarity: Toward a Dialectical Anarchism, in Anarchism/Minarchism: Is Government Part of a Free Country? Ashgate Press (February 2008).

  12. Scratching By: How Government Creates Poverty as We Know It, in The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty 57.10 (December 2007). 12–17.
  13. Sentences That Can't Be Said, or: How to Semanticize with a Hammer, in Southwest Philosophy Review 22.1 (January 2006). 185–198.

  14. Can Don Quixote Tilt at William James? Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Pierre Menard, in Zetesis (2002).

Papers Presented

  1. Women and the Invisible Fist: How Violence Against Women Enforces the Unwritten Law of Patriarchy,, March 2011. Presented at the Molinari Society symposium on Spontaneous Order at the Austrian Scholars Conference in Auburn, Alabama.

    (Originally scheduled for APA Eastern Division meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, December 2010; canceled on account of severe weather. Rescheduled and presented for Austrian Scholars Conference in Auburn, Alabama in March 2011.)

  2. Women and the Invisible Fist: How Violence Against Women Enforces the Unwritten Law of Patriarchy, November 2010. Presented at the Ninth Biennial Radical Philosophy Association Conference (conference theme on Violence: Systemic, Symbolic, and Foundational) in Eugene, Oregon.

  3. Panelist, Free Market Anti-Capitalism? 13 April 2010. Presented at the Association of Private Enterprise Education International Conference 2010, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  4. The Revolution Will Be Made Of People: Anarchy, Direct Action, and Free-Market Social Justice, 20 March 2010. Presented at the Liberty Forum, in Nashua, New Hampshire.

  5. Women and the Invisible Fist: How Violence Against Women Enforces the Unwritten Law of Patriarchy, 15 January 2010. Presented at the 8th annual Hawaii International Humanities Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii.

  6. Can Anyone Ever Consent to the State? 2 October 2009. Presented to the Alabama Philosophical Society at its Fall 2009 conference in Orange Beach, Alabama.

  7. A Place for Positive Law: A Contribution to Anarchist Legal Theory, 29 December 2007. Presented to the Molinari Society at the American Philosophical Society Eastern Division meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.

  8. How I Got the Blue: Cognitive Complexity, Qualitative Simplicity, and the Missing Shade of Blue in Hume’s Skeptical Empiricism, 6 October 2007. Presented for the 59th Annual Northwest Philosophy Conference in Portland, Oregon.

  9. Vegetarianism and Norms on the Margin, 21 September 2007. Presented to the Alabama Philosophical Society at its Fall 2007 conference in Orange Beach, Alabama.

  10. The Spring of Virtue: Psychological Egoism and Francis Hutcheson's Doctrine of the Moral Sense, 20 October 2006. Presented to the Alabama Philosophical Society at its Fall 2006 conference in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  11. Intuition-Pumping for Fun and Profit, 25 February 2006. Presented for the 30th Annual Midsouth Philosophy Conference, in Memphis, Tennessee.

  12. Sentences That Can't Be Said: or, How to Semanticize with a Hammer, 13 November 2005. Presented to the Southwestern Philosophical Society at its Fall 2005 conference in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

  13. Intuition-Pumping for Fun and Profit, 21 October 2005. Presented to the Alabama Philosophical Society at its Fall 2005 conference in Montevallo, Alabama.

  14. How I Got the Blue: Cognitive Complexity, Epistemic Simplicity, and the Missing Shade of Blue in Hume's Skeptical Empiricism, 19 February 2005. Presented for the 29th Annual Midsouth Philosophy Conference in Memphis, Tennessee.

  15. Libertarian Feminism: Can This Marriage Be Saved? (co-authored with Roderick T. Long). 28 December 2004. Presented to the Molinari Society at the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.

  16. How I Got the Blue: Cognitive Complexity, Epistemic Simplicity, and the Missing Shade of Blue in Hume's Skeptical Empiricism, 29 October 2004. Presented to the Alabama Philosophical Society at its Fall 2004 conference in Mobile, Alabama.

  17. Sentences That Can't Be Said, or: How to Semanticize with a Hammer, 21 February 2004. Presented for the 28th Annual Midsouth Philosophy Conference in Memphis, Tennessee.

  18. Sentences That Can't Be Said, or: How to Semanticize with a Hammer, 25 October 2003. Presented to the Alabama Philosophical Society at its Fall 2003 conference in Orange Beach, Alabama.

  19. Are There Worlds Enough and Time?: Modality, Human Agency, and the Threat from the Past, 11 April 2003. Presented to the Auburn Philosophical Society in Auburn, Alabama.

  20. What’s Hecuba To Him?: True Fictions, Impossible Worlds, and Groundwork for the Metaphysic of Modals, 8 April 2003. Presented to the Dallas Philosopher’s Forum in Dallas, Texas.

  21. Are There Worlds Enough and Time?: Modality, Human Agency, and the Threat from the Past, 8 March 2003. Presented for the 5th Annual Rocky Mountain Student Philosophy Conference, at the University of Colorado at Boulder, in Boulder, Colorado.

  22. Are There Worlds Enough and Time?: Modality, Human Agency, and the Threat from the Past, 26 October 2002. Presented to the Alabama Philosophical Society at its Fall 2002 conference in Orange Beach, Alabama.

  23. We the Living, or: It Ain’t All About Me, 27 September 2002. Invited paper for the Auburn Philosophical Society roundtable on Death in Auburn, Alabama.

  24. Can Don Quixote Tilt at William James? Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Pierre Menard, 20 April 2002. Presented for The Ohio State University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, in Columbus, Ohio.

  25. True Fictions, the Problem of Evil, and Impossible Worlds, 22 February 2002. Presented for the Midsouth Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, in Memphis, Tennessee.

Invited comments

  1. Invited comments on Matt MacKenzie's Exploitation: A Dialectical Anarchist Perspective and on Geoffrey Plauché's On the Myth of the Founder-Legislator in Political Philosophy, 29 December 2006. Presented to the Molinari Society at the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division meeting in Washington, DC.

  2. Invited comments on Dr. Mylan Engel's Epistemic Contextualism and the Problem of Knowing What One Says, 24 February 2006. Presented for the 30th Annual Midsouth Philosophy Conference in Memphis, Tennessee.

  3. Invited comments on Dr. Jan Narveson's Libertarianism: The Thick and the Thin and on Jack Ross's Labor and Liberty, 28 December 2005. Presented to the Molinari Society at the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division meeting in New York City.

  4. Outwitting Old Nick, invited comments in response to Dr. Mylan Engel's The Equivocal or Question-Begging Nature of Evil Demon Arguments for External World Skepticism, 21 February 2003. Presented for the 27th Annual Midsouth Philosophy Conference in Memphis, Tennessee.