Works in Progress

Compensatory Justice Beyond Tort Law, a book manuscript under contract with Oxford University Press.

Normative Powers, Reparative Practices, co-authored with Kartik Upadhyaya, which argues against recent claims made by a number of philosophers that apology and forgiveness are not normative powers.


Adam Slavny, David Axelsen, Holly Lawford-Smith, and Kai Spiekermann, ‘Big data justice : a case for regulating the global information commons’ (2021) Journal of Politics

Adam Slavny, ‘Should Tort Law demand the impossible?’ in Paul B. Miller and John Oberdiek (eds), Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law (Oxford University Press 2020)

Adam Slavny, David Axelsen, Holly Lawford-Smith, and Kai Spiekermann, ‘Directed reflective equilibrium : thought experiments and how to use them’ (2020) Journal of Moral Philosophy

Adam Slavny, and Tom Parr, ‘What’s wrong with risk?’ (2019) Thought : A Journal of Philosophy 

Adam Slavny, and Tom Parr, ‘Rescuing basic equality’ (2019) Pacific Philosophical Quarterly

Adam Slavny, ‘The normative foundations of defamatory meaning’ (2018) Law and Philosophy vol 37(5)

Adam Slavny, ‘Benefits, entitlements and non‐responsible threats’ (2018) Journal of Applied Philosophy

Adam Slavny, ‘Alon Harel on how to deliberate permissibly’ (2017) Criminal Law and Philosophy vol 11(4)

Adam Slavny, ‘On being wronged and being wrong’ (2017) Philosophy, Politics and Economics vol 16(1)

Adam Slavny, and Tom Parr, ‘Harmless discrimination’ (2015) Legal Theory vol 21(2)

Adam Slavny, ‘Negating and counterbalancing : a fundamental distinction in the concept of a corrective duty’ (2014) Law and Philosophy vol 33(2)

Adam Slavny, ‘Nonreciprocity and the moral basis of liability to compensate’ (2014) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies vol 34(3)

Adam Slavny, ‘How eventful is the event-based theory of harm?’ (2014) The Journal of Value Inquiry vol 48(3)