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Horton, Keith Dr

Lecturer

  • Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts
  • School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • My main research interests are in moral and political philosophy, especially the moral implications of world poverty, moral methodology, partial compliance theory, and the demandingness of morality.

Available as Research Supervisor

Selected Publications


  • Chapter

    Year Title
    2010

    Published In
    Ethical Questions and International NGOs
    Publisher
    Springer
    Pages
    217 - 229
    2010

    Published In
    Ethical Questions and International NGOs
    Publisher
    Springer
    Pages
    1 - 12
    2010

    Published In
    Ethical Questions and International NGOs
    Publisher
    Springer
    Pages
    87 - 118
    2007

    Published In
    Patriotism: Philosophical and Political Perspectives
    Publisher
    Ashgate
    Pages
    55 - 62
  • Journal Article

    Year Title
     
    2015

    Published In
    The Southern Journal of Philosophy
    Volume
    53
    Pages
    17 - 35
    ISSN
    p. 0038-4283
    2014

    Published In
    Journal of Global Ethics
    Volume
    10
    Pages
    304 - 311
    ISSN
    p. 1744-9634
    2014

    Published In
    The Conversation
    Pages
    1 - 5
    2012

    Published In
    Ethics and International Affairs
    Volume
    26
    Pages
    265 - 278
    ISSN
    p. 0892-6794
    2011

    Published In
    Journal of Applied Philosophy
    Volume
    28
    Pages
    29 - 43
    ISSN
    p. 1468-5930
    2011

    Published In
    Utilitas
    Volume
    23
    Pages
    88 - 93
    ISSN
    p. 1741-6183
    2010

    Published In
    Development Policy Review
    Volume
    28
    Pages
    27 - 42
    ISSN
    p. 0950-6764
    2008

    Published In
    Public Health Ethics
    Volume
    1
    Pages
    171 - 179
    ISSN
    p. 1754-9981

Available as Research Supervisor

Potential Supervision Topics


  • Moral and political philosophy, especially the moral implications of world poverty, global ethics, global justice, international aid, the demandingness of morality, environmental ethics, moral methodology, and activism and academia.

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Interactionist Moral Character Lutman, Cameron

Outreach Overview


  • I am a co-founder and board member of Academics Stand Against Poverty, a group of scholars and teachers who aim to mobilize the capacities and resources of academia toward the end of eradicating global poverty.

    I am also a co-founder Academics Stand Against Poverty Oceania.

    I am also a co-founder and President of Global Climate Change Week (GCCW), which aims to encourage academic communities - including academics, students, and non-academic staff at universities - in all disciplines and countries to step up their contribution to engage with each other, their communities, and policy makers on climate change. 

    I have reviewed for many academic journals, including The Philosophical Quarterly, The Journal of Political Philosophy, The Journal of Applied Philosophy, Economics and Philosophy, Social Theory and Practice, Global Society, The Journal of Moral Philosophy, The Journal of Global Ethics, and the Australian Journal of Political Science.

    I have been a  Regional Editor for The Journal of Global Ethics since 2005.

Keywords


  • Moral philosophy, political philosophy, poverty, global ethics, global justice, international aid, the demandingness of morality, environmental ethics, moral methodology, activism.

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • My main research interests are in moral and political philosophy, especially the moral implications of world poverty, moral methodology, partial compliance theory, and the demandingness of morality.

Selected Publications


  • Chapter

    Year Title
    2010

    Published In
    Ethical Questions and International NGOs
    Publisher
    Springer
    Pages
    217 - 229
    2010

    Published In
    Ethical Questions and International NGOs
    Publisher
    Springer
    Pages
    1 - 12
    2010

    Published In
    Ethical Questions and International NGOs
    Publisher
    Springer
    Pages
    87 - 118
    2007

    Published In
    Patriotism: Philosophical and Political Perspectives
    Publisher
    Ashgate
    Pages
    55 - 62
  • Journal Article

    Year Title
     
    2015

    Published In
    The Southern Journal of Philosophy
    Volume
    53
    Pages
    17 - 35
    ISSN
    p. 0038-4283
    2014

    Published In
    Journal of Global Ethics
    Volume
    10
    Pages
    304 - 311
    ISSN
    p. 1744-9634
    2014

    Published In
    The Conversation
    Pages
    1 - 5
    2012

    Published In
    Ethics and International Affairs
    Volume
    26
    Pages
    265 - 278
    ISSN
    p. 0892-6794
    2011

    Published In
    Journal of Applied Philosophy
    Volume
    28
    Pages
    29 - 43
    ISSN
    p. 1468-5930
    2011

    Published In
    Utilitas
    Volume
    23
    Pages
    88 - 93
    ISSN
    p. 1741-6183
    2010

    Published In
    Development Policy Review
    Volume
    28
    Pages
    27 - 42
    ISSN
    p. 0950-6764
    2008

    Published In
    Public Health Ethics
    Volume
    1
    Pages
    171 - 179
    ISSN
    p. 1754-9981

Potential Supervision Topics


  • Moral and political philosophy, especially the moral implications of world poverty, global ethics, global justice, international aid, the demandingness of morality, environmental ethics, moral methodology, and activism and academia.

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Interactionist Moral Character Lutman, Cameron

Outreach Overview


  • I am a co-founder and board member of Academics Stand Against Poverty, a group of scholars and teachers who aim to mobilize the capacities and resources of academia toward the end of eradicating global poverty.

    I am also a co-founder Academics Stand Against Poverty Oceania.

    I am also a co-founder and President of Global Climate Change Week (GCCW), which aims to encourage academic communities - including academics, students, and non-academic staff at universities - in all disciplines and countries to step up their contribution to engage with each other, their communities, and policy makers on climate change. 

    I have reviewed for many academic journals, including The Philosophical Quarterly, The Journal of Political Philosophy, The Journal of Applied Philosophy, Economics and Philosophy, Social Theory and Practice, Global Society, The Journal of Moral Philosophy, The Journal of Global Ethics, and the Australian Journal of Political Science.

    I have been a  Regional Editor for The Journal of Global Ethics since 2005.

Keywords


  • Moral philosophy, political philosophy, poverty, global ethics, global justice, international aid, the demandingness of morality, environmental ethics, moral methodology, activism.
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