- BA, McGill University
- MA, Northwestern University
- PhD, Northwestern University
Joseph Heath’s research interests include social and political philosophy, business ethics, moral philosophy, and distributive justice.
Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy
- Following the Rules (Oxford)
- Filthy Lucre (Harper Collins)
- Communicative Action and Rational Choice (MIT Press)
- The Efficient Society (Penguin)
- (with Andrew Potter) The Rebel Sell (Harper Collins)
- Enlightenment 2.0
- Morality, Competition, and the Firm (Oxford)
- The Machinery of Government (Oxford)
- “The Benefits of Cooperation,” Philosophy and Public Affairs, 34 (2006)
- “Dworkin’s Auction,” Politics, Philosophy and Economics, 3 (2005)
- “The Transcendental Necessity of Morality,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 67 (2003)
- “The Structure of Hip Consumerism,” Philosophy and Social Criticism, 27 (2001)
- “Foundationalism and Practical Reason,” Mind 106 (1997)
- “Is Language a Game?” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 26 (1996)
- “The Structure of Intergenerational Cooperation,” Philosophy and Public Affairs, 41:1 (2013)
- “Three Normative Models of the Welfare State,” Public Reason, 3 (2011)
- “Three Evolutionary Precursors to Morality,” Dialogue, 48 (2009)
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