Jeremy P. Anderson
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Philosophy, Political philosophy, Philosophy of law, Punishment, Legal punishment, War, Just war, Government legitimacy, Ethics, Terrorism
Jeremy Anderson focuses on political philosophy, especially the basis of political authority. In other words, why have a government? He also looks at which form of government is most justifiable, as well as how a government exercises its authority. For example, how does a government justify its use of force in punishment and war.