Faculty of Arts - Arts Administration


Professor Gillian Brock

BSc, BA(Hons) (Cape Town), MA, PhD (Duke)

Professor,
Deputy Dean

Professor Gillian Brock

Arts Administration, Humanities, Arts Faculty Office, Philosophy

Email: g.brock@auckland.ac.nz

Extension: 88739 (ph + 64 9 373 7599)

Location:
Arts 2
18 Symonds St
Level 3
Room 322



Recent Publications

Some recent research publications:

Books:

BROCK, G. (ed.) Cosmopolitanism versus Non-Cosmopolitanism. Forthcoming Oxford University Press.

 

BENATAR, S. and BROCK, G. (eds.) Global Health and Global Health Ethics.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 342, 2011.

Available in paperback and electronically, including as an e-book and on Cambridge Books Online at:

http://ebooks.cambridge.org/ebook.jsf?bid=CBO9780511984792

 

BROCK, G. Global Justice: A Cosmopolitan Account. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 384, 2009.

Available in paperback, hardback and electronically, including on Oxford Scholarship Online: http://www.oxfordscholarship.com/oso/public/content/philosophy/9780199230938/toc.html?q=gillian%7Cbrock

A Chinese translation is in preparation and forthcoming in 2012.  Six symposia on Global Justice: A Cosmopolitan Account (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009) along with invited responses have been published in The Journal of Global Ethics; Public Affairs Quarterly; Etica e Politica; Astrolabio. Revista international de filosofia; Global Justice: Theory, Practice, Rhetoric; and Diametros. An exchange with leading theorists concerning ideas from the book appears in The Journal of Social Philosophy (2011, vol. XLII, no. 1) and another can be found over two issues of the journal, Ethics and Global Politics (2010, vol. 3, no.2 and 2009, vol. 3, no.2).  More than 40 book reviews have been published in journals including Ethics, Mind, Philosophical Quarterly and Ethical Theory and Moral Practice.

 

BROCK, G. and BRIGHOUSE, H. (eds.) The Political Philosophy of Cosmopolitanism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 262, 2005.

Available in paperback, hardback, and electronically (including on Cambridge Books Online and as an e-book) at:

http://ebooks.cambridge.org/ebook.jsf?bid=CBO9780511614743

 

BROCK, G. and MOELLENDORF, D. (eds.) Current Debates in Global Justice.  Dordrecht; Boston; Norwell, MA: Kluwer/Springer Academic Publishers, 312, 2005.

Available in paperback, hardback, and electronically (including as an e-book) at:

http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/political+science/book/978-1-4020-3347-6

 

BROCK, G. (ed.) Necessary Goods: Our Responsibilities to Meet Others' Needs. Oxford and Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 239, 1998.

Available in paperback, hardback, and electronically as an e-book at:

http://books.google.co.nz/books?id=rRrD9WaeXJ8C&printsec=frontcover&dq=necessary+goods&hl=en&sa=X&ei=kgy0T5aqDurl6QGQjr3iDw&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=necessary%20goods&f=false

 

Some Refereed Articles in International Journals:

BROCK, G. “Self-Determination and Global Justice: Mutually Reinforcing Rather than in Tension” Public Affairs Quarterly, 26, 57-69, 2012.

 

BROCK, G. “The Decent Life, Equality, Global Justice and the Role of the State: A Response to Landesman and Holder”, Diametros: A Polish Journal of Philosophy, 31, 157-174, 2012. [My response to critical discussions and comments raised in this special symposium on my book, Global Justice.]

 

BROCK, G. “Cosmopolitanism versus Non-Cosmopolitanism: The State of Play”, The Monist, 94 (4), 455-465, 2011.

 

BROCK, G. “The Proper Role of Responsive Democracy, Liberty, and Immigration in Global Justice: Some Clarifications” Astrolabio. Revista international de filosofia, 12, 76-90, 2011. [My response to comments raised in this special symposium on my book, Global Justice.]

 

BROCK, G. “How Does Equality Matter?” Journal of Social Philosophy, Volume XLII, Number 1, 76-87, 2011.  [An article which forms part of an exchange titled, “Global Justice and Equality: An Exchange” with Richard Miller and Darrel Moellendorf, pp. 76-109.]

 

BROCK, G. “Reforms to global taxation and accounting arrangements as a means of pursuing global justice”, Global Policy Journal, 2-5, 2011.

 

BROCK, G. “Feasibility, Nationalism, Migration, Justification, and Global Justice: Some further thoughts”, Global Justice: Theory, Practice, Rhetoric, Issue 4, 50-76, 2011. [ISSN: 1835-6842].  My response to comments raised in this special issue [issue 4] on my book, Global Justice.

 

BROCK, G. “Global Justice and What We Owe One Another: A Response to Jon Mandle and Janna Thompson”, Etica e Politica: Revista di filosophia/Ethics & Politics, 8 (1), 308-317, 2011. My response to comments raised in this special symposium on my book, Global Justice.

 

BROCK, G. and McKIBBIN, P. “Well-being and Disadvantage: What Do People Think?” International Journal of Ethics, 7 (1), 43-60, 2011.

 

BROCK, G. “Global Governance: Some concerns about authentic democracy addressed”, Onati Socio-Legal Series, 1 (5), 1-17, 2011. [ISSN: 2079-5971]

 

BROCK, G. “Immigration and Global Justice: What kinds of policies should a Cosmopolitan support?” Etica e Politica/Ethics & Politics, XII, 362-376, 2010.

 

BROCK, G. “Being reasonable in the face of pluralism and other alleged  problems for Global Justice”, Ethics and Global Politics, 3, no. 2, 155-170, 2010.

 

BROCK, G. “Reforming our Taxation Arrangements to Promote Global Gender Justice”, Philosophical Topics 37, No. 2,141-160, 2010.

 

BROCK, G. “Recent Work on Rawls’s Law of Peoples: Critics versus Defenders” American Philosophical Quarterly 47, 1, 85-101, January 2010.

 

BROCK, G. “Concerns about Global Justice: A Response to Critics”, Journal of Global Ethics, 5 (3), 269-280, December, 2009.

 

BROCK, G. “What Do We Owe Others as a Matter of Global Justice and Does National Membership Matter?”  Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 11, 433-448, December, 2008.

 

BROCK, G. “Taxation and Global Justice: Closing the Gap Between Theory and Practice”, Journal of Social Philosophy 39 (2), 161-184, Summer 2008.

 

BROCK, G. and ATKINSON, Q.D. “What can examining the psychology of nationalism tell us about our prospects for aiming at the Cosmopolitan Vision?” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11, 165-179, 2008.

 

BROCK, G. “Caney’s Global Political Theory, Journal of Global Ethics 3 (2), 237-252, August 2007.

 

BROCK, G. “Global Distributive Justice, Entitlement, and Desert,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Suppl. Vol. 31, 109-138, 2005. (First published in 2007.).

 

BROCK, G. “Humanitarian Intervention: Closing the Gap Between Theory and Practice,” Journal of Applied Philosophy, 23(3), 277-291, 2006.

 

BROCK, G. “Global Poverty and Desert,” Politics 26 (3), 168-175, 2006.

 

BROCK, G. “Basic Liberties and Global Justice,” Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, 19 (2), 279-300, July 2006.

 

BROCK, G. “Needs and Global Justice,” Philosophy, 57, 51-72, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. “Can Kymlicka Help us Mediate Cultural Claims?” International Journal of Minority and Group Rights 12, 269-296, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. “The Difference Principle, Equality of Opportunity, and Cosmopolitan Justice,” The Journal of Moral Philosophy, 8, 333-351, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. “What Do We Owe Co-nationals and Non-nationals?  Why the Liberal Nationalist Account Fails and How We Can Do Better,” Journal of Global Ethics, 1, 127-151, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. “Egalitarianism, Ideals, and Cosmopolitan Justice,” The Philosophical Forum, XXXVI, 1-30, 2005.

 

BROCK, G.  “Does Obligation Diminish With Distance?” Ethics, Place, and Environment: Journal of Philosophy and Geography, 8, 3-20, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. and MOELLENDORF, D. “Introduction” Journal of Ethics, Special issue on Global Justice, volume 9, 1-9, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. “What Does Cosmopolitan Justice Demand of Us?” Theoria: A Journal of Social and Political Theory, 104, 169-191, 2004.

 

BROCK, G. and READER, S. “Needs, Moral Demands and Moral Theory,” Utilitas, 16, 251-266, 2004.

 

BROCK, G. "Liberal Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism: Locating the Disputes," Public Affairs Quarterly, 16, 307-327, 2002.

 

BROCK, G. "Are there any defensible indigenous rights?" Contemporary Political Theory, 1, 285-305, 2002.

 

BROCK, G. "World Citizenship: David Miller and the New Cosmopolitans," International Journal of Politics and Ethics, 2, Fall (October), 211-224, 2002.

 

BROCK, G. "Cosmopolitan Democracy and Justice: Held versus Kymlicka," Studies in East European Thought, Special Issue: Nationalism and its Alternatives, 54, 325-347, 2002.

 

BROCK, G. and READER, S. "Needs-Centered Ethical Theory," The Journal of Value Inquiry, 36, 425-434, 2002.

 

BROCK, G. "Why the Heldian Model of Cosmopolitan Democracy Retains its Promise Despite Kymlicka's Criticisms," Philosophy in the Contemporary World, 9 (2), 31-39, 2002.

 

BROCK, G. "The New Nationalisms," The Monist, 82, 367-386, 1999. 

 

BROCK, G. "Just Deserts and Needs," The Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37, 165-188, 1999.

 

BROCK, G. "Aristotle's Method for Determining the Nature of Happiness," Auslegung, 22, 84-106, 1998.

 

BROCK, G. "Future Generations, Natural Resources, and Property Rights," Ethics and the Environment, 3, 119-130, 1998.

 

BROCK, G. "Are Corporations Morally Defensible?" Business Ethics Quarterly, 8, 703-721, 1998.

 

BROCK, G. "Morally Important Needs," Philosophia, 26, 165-167, 1998.

 

BROCK, G. "Does Justice Require Free Markets?" Public Affairs Quarterly, 11, 399-411, 1997.

 

BROCK, G. "Paternalism and the (Overly?) Caring Life," Business Ethics Quarterly, 6, 533-548, 1996.

 

BROCK, G. "Meeting Needs and Business Obligations: an Argument for the Libertarian Skeptic," The Journal of Business Ethics, 15, 695-702, 1996.

 

BROCK, G. "Justice and Needs," Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, 35, 81-86, 1996.

 

BROCK, G. "Is Redistribution to Help the Needy Unjust?" Analysis, 55, 50-60, 1995.

 

BROCK, G. "Braybrooke on Needs," Ethics, 104, 811-823, 1994.

 

Some Chapters in Books:

BROCK, G. “Global Taxation and Accounting Arrangements: Some normatively desirable and feasible policy recommendations”.  In Martin O’Neill and Shepley Orr (eds.) Political Philosophy and Taxation, forthcoming with Oxford University Press.

 

BROCK, G. “Rawls and Human Rights”.  In David Reidy and Jon Mandle (eds.)  The Blackwell Companion to Rawls, forthcoming with Wiley-Blackwell.

 

BROCK, G. “Need and Distributive Justice”. In Jerry Gaus and Fred D’Agostino (eds.)  The Routledge Companion to Social and Political Philosophy, forthcoming with Routledge 2012.

 

BROCK, G.  “Types of Cosmopolitanism”. In Darrel Moellendorf and Heather Widdows (eds.) The Handbook of Global Ethics, forthcoming with Acumen.

 

BROCK, G. “Theories of Global Justice”.  In John Linarelli (ed.) The Research Handbook of Global Justice and International Economic Law, forthcoming with Edward Elgar.

 

BROCK, G. “Health Inequalities and Global Justice”. In Patti Lenard and Christine Straehle (eds.) Global Health Inequality. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 102-118, 2012.

 

BROCK, G. “Equality and Global Justice”. In Gerard Delanty (ed.), The Handbook on Cosmopolitan Studies. New York: Routledge, 340-351, 2012.

 

BROCK, G. “Global Justice”.  In Catriona McKinnon (ed.) Issues in Political Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, second edition, 257-279, 2012.

 

BROCK, G. “Global Justice and Leadership”. In Douglas Hicks (ed.) Leadership and Global Justice, New York: Palgrave-MacMillan, 7-22, 2012.

 

BROCK, G. “The Difference Principle, Equality of Opportunity, and Cosmopolitan Justice”.  In Thom Brooks (ed.) Global Justice and International Affairs. Leiden: Brill, 147-168, 2012.

 

BROCK, G. “Compatriot Priority, Health in Developing Countries, and Our Global Responsibilities”. In Ayelet Banai, Miriam Ronzoni, and Christian Schemmel  (eds.)  Social Justice, Global Dynamics: Theoretical and Empirical Aspects.  New York: Routledge, 117-132, 2011.

 

BROCK, G. “Cosmopolitanism and the Struggle for Global Justice”.  In Magdalena  Nowicka and Maria Rovisco (eds.) The Ashgate Research Companion to Cosmopolitanism. Aldershot: Ashgate, 179-194, 2011.

 

BROCK, G. “International Taxation”. In Solomon Benatar and Gillian Brock (eds.) Global Health and Global Health Ethics.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 274-284, 2011.

 

BENATAR, S. and BROCK, G. “Introduction”. In Solomon Benatar and Gillian Brock (eds.) Global Health and Global Health Ethics.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-10, 2011.

 

BROCK, G. “Cosmopolitanism”.  In Jay Garfield (ed.) Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 574-586, 2010.

 

BROCK, G. “What Do We Owe Others as a Matter of Global Justice and Does National Membership Matter?”  In Helder de Schutter and Ronald Tinnevelt (eds.), Do Co-nationals Have Priority over Other Human Beings?  Essays on David Miller.  London/New York: Routledge, 62-77, 2010.

 

BROCK, G. “Health in Developing Countries and Our Global Responsibilities”.  In Angus Dawson (ed.) The Philosophy of Public Health. Farnham: Ashgate, 73-83, 2009.

 

BROCK, G. “Global Justice”.  In Catriona McKinnon (ed.) Issues in Political Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 289-312, 2008.

 

BROCK, G. “Humanitarian Intervention: Closing the Gap Between Theory and Practice.” In David Rodin (ed.) War, Torture, and Terrorism: Ethics in the Twenty First Century. Oxford: Blackwell, 35-49, 2007.

 

BROCK, G. “Global Distributive Justice, Entitlement, and Desert,” in Daniel Weinstock (ed.) Global Justice, Global Institutions.  Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 109-138, 2006.  ISBN: 978 0 919491 31 1.

 

BROCK, G. “Needs and Global Justice”.  In Soran Reader (ed.) The Philosophy of Need.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 51-72, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. and BRIGHOUSE, H. “Introduction.” In G. Brock and H. Brighouse (eds.) The Political Philosophy of Cosmopolitanism.  Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1-9, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. and MOELLENDORF, D. “Introduction.” In G. Brock and D. Moellendorf (eds.) Current Debates in Global Justice. Boston; Dordrecht: Kluwer/Springer, 1-9, 2005.

 

BROCK, G. “Future Generations, Natural Resources, and Property Rights.” In Robert J. Goldstein (ed.) Environmental Ethics and Law. Aldershot: Ashbury, 2004. 

 

BROCK, G. "The New Nationalisms." In Nenad Miscevic (ed.) Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict: Philosophical Perspectives. Chicago: Open Court, 157-175, 2000.

 

BROCK, G. "Is Redistribution to Help the Needy Unjust?" In Gillian Brock (ed.) Necessary Goods: Our Responsibilities to Meet Others' Needs. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 173-184, 1998.

 

BROCK, G. "Introduction" In G. Brock (ed.) Necessary Goods: Our Responsibilities to Meet Others' Needs, Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 1-18, 1998.

 


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