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Durham University

Durham Law: Policy Engagement

Thom Brooks' Recent Publications

Below you can find a number of Thom's recent publications.
 
Stuck for time? If you only have time to read one piece, we would recommend The British Citizenship Test: The Case for Reform. The article brings greater attention to the serious problems with the current citizenship test and offers three recommendations for its revision and reform.

Opening the tomb of new philosophical accounts of death.

Brooks, Thom (2018) 'Opening the tomb of new philosophical accounts of death.', The journal of value inquiry., 52 (2). pp. 149-151.

Opening the tomb of new philosophical accounts of death.

Is eating meat ethical?

Brooks, Thom (2017) 'Is eating meat ethical?', Think., 16 (47). pp. 9-13.

Is eating meat ethical?

The capabilities approach and political liberalism.

Brooks, Thom (2015) 'The capabilities approach and political liberalism.', in Rawls's political liberalism. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 139-174. Columbia themes in philosophy.

The capabilities approach and political liberalism.

Beyond reason : the legal importance of emotions.

Brooks, Thom and Sankey, Diana (2017) 'Beyond reason : the legal importance of emotions.', in Ethical rationalism and the law. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 131-148.

Beyond reason : the legal importance of emotions.

Hegel's philosophy of law.

Brooks, Thom (2017) 'Hegel's philosophy of law.', in The Oxford handbook of Hegel. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 453-474. Oxford handbooks.

Hegel's philosophy of law.

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