David Rodin is Director of Research at the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics at Oxford University. A former Rhodes Scholar from New Zealand, he holds a B.Phil. and doctorate in philosophy from Oxford University.
His research covers a broad range of issues in moral and political philosophy with particular emphasis on applied and public policy issues. He has worked on just war theory and ethics of international conflict, business ethics, and bioethics.
Rodin's first book, War and Self-Defense, was awarded the American Philosophical Association Frank Chapman Sharp Prize for the best monograph on the philosophy of war and peace.
- Ethics and War
- Sarajevo Panel Discussion
- Symposium at the Scottish Parliament: From War to a Global Ethic
- Ethics for a 21st Century Army: Creating a Code of Professional Military Ethics
- How Rights Move: Losing and Acquiring Rights in the International Domain
- Torture, Rights, and Values: Why the Prohibition of Torture is Absolute
- Sarajevo Symposium
- Killing and Cartoons
- There is no "Right to be Forgotten"
- The Crisis of 1914 and What It Means for Us Today
- A Philosopher at Davos
- Jus Ad Bellum
- Jus In Bello
- Armed Conflict
- Ending War [Full Text]
- FIRST VIEW: Ending War [Full Text]
- Defence Review is an Opportunity, not a Threat, to our Military
- War and Self-Defense [Full Text]
Last Updated: Sep 06, 2013