Counting Sleep” Meanjin online, 6 October 2021

“To Boldly Go” New Philosopher October 2021

Travail of Two Cities” Meanjin online 25 July 2021

“Perpetual Motion” New Philosopher May 2021

Safe space or shirking accountability? A new Journal of Controversial Ideas will allow academics to write under pseudonyms” The Conversation 21 April 2021

“No Such Place as Cyberspace” New Philosopher March 2021

Friday Essay: How Can the Dead Send Us Emails? The Ethical Dilemma of Digital Souls” The Conversation 26 February 2021

Struggling with the uncertainty of life under coronavirus? How Kierkegaard’s philosophy can help” The Conversation 27 August 2020

“What’s Philosophy For?” New Philosopher August 2020

At swords’ length: Could a virtual Parliament do the job?” The New Daily 25 July 2020

Art for Trying Times: How a Philosopher Found Solace Playing Red Dead Redemption 2” The Conversation 22 July 2020

Higher fees for arts degrees: Why does the government have it in for the humanities?” The New Daily 20 June 2020

“Puddle Thinking” New Philosopher May 2020

Coronavirus culture war: Captain Cook, that tweet, the right, and their blather” The New Daily 1 May 2020

Impatience” Meanjin online 27 April 2020

Big claims need big defences’: The moral problems with pro-death penalty arguments” The New Daily 23 January 2020

“The Stranger Up Ahead” New Philosopher December 2019

Chat Bots, James Dean… Can the Digital Dead Rest in Peace?” The Conversation 18 November 2019

“Miracle Mike and the Messiness of Death” New Philosopher July 2019

False Balance?” New Philosopher May 2019

Franking Credit’s Monster” Meanjin online12 March 2019

Ramsay’s Long March Backwards” ADI Blog 22 February 2019

Teaching Ethics: What’s the Harm?” Philosophy Now January 2019

“Outrunning the Sun” New Philosopher November 2019

Inhuman Communication: Kierkegaard vs the Internet” ABC Religion and Ethics 25 October 2018

Free Speech or Public Harm?Invenio 12 September 2018

“Somebody’s Watching” New Philosopher July 2018

Two Kinds of Civility: Hospitality and Resistance in the Age of TrumpABC Religion and Ethics 19 July 2018

“‘What is necessary is to rectify names’: Ramsay’s Game is sheer indoctrination” Medium 26 June 2018

Shifting the Boundaries” Meanjin online 14 June 2018

Meet the Infrels: A Thought ExperimentMedium19 May 2018

The Moral Moment,” Meanjin Autumn 2018

Just a Game?” New Philosopher May 2018

Get a Life!” New Philosopher February 2018

“The Trouble With Irony New Philosopher August 2017

Trigger Warnings, Free Inquiry, and Avoiding Harm” Manifest Virtue, 16 August 2017

Cyberspace and the SelfInstitute of Art and Ideas 31 July 2017

Philosophy communication is a two-way street: we learn from our publics, rather than simply teaching them”LSE Impact Blog, 26 June 2017

“Are You What You Eat?” New Philosopher April 2017

John Clarke: An Unsurpassed Craftsman of the Australasian VoiceThe Conversation 11 April 2017

The Vice-President Dines: A Philosophical Dialogue”The Conversation 31 March 2017

Is It Ok To Punch Nazis?The Conversation 27 January 2017

Florentine and Me, or How I Learned To Start Worrying About Philosophy’s Gender Problem” Medium 16 December 2016

“Nature in a Box” New Philosopher November 2016

Online Grief and the Digital DeadThe Ethics Centre 20 September 2016

Senator, You’re No SocratesThe Conversation 14 September 2016

The ‘No’ Campaign on Marriage Equality Owes Us Better ArgumentsThe Conversation 7 August 2016

“Dumb Luck and Entitlement” New Philosopher August 2016

Please Don’t Explain: Hanson 2.0 and the War on ExpertsThe Conversation 7 July 2016

“Dangerous Learning” New Philosopher 12 May 2016

The Argumentum ad Whingeum: An Idea Whose Time Can’t Pass Quickly EnoughThe Conversation 19 April 2016

The Ethics of Conspiracy Theories” Radio National 16 March 2016

The Marriage Plebiscite: No ‘Time Out’ on Anti-Discrimination LawsThe Conversation 16 February 2016

The Seducer’s Diary: How 19th Century Philosophy Predicted the Pick Up Artist MovementThe Conversation 4 February 2016

The Consolations of Philosophy: An Open Letter to Jamie BriggsThe Conversation 4 January 2016

Science Deniers Reject Authority and FactsThe Age 18 December 2015

Christmas Already? ‘Tis the Season to Think About TimeThe Conversation 23 December 2015

Laura D’Olimpio, Matthew Beard, and Patrick Stokes “Philosophy and Fallout 4: What’s the Appeal of the Post-Apocalypse?The Conversation 18 November

The Undeserved Doubt of the AntivaxxerThe Ethics Centre 17 October 2015

“Dragging Around a Beautiful  Corpse” New Philosopher 10, October 2015

A Philosophical Dialogue (That May or May Not Have Something to Do With Recent Events)The Conversation 5 September 2015

Bordering on Contempt: Operation Fortitude and the Right to Exclude” 1 September 2015

Gaybe Baybe and the Privilege of NormalityThe Ethics Centre 27 August 2015

Is Neuromarketing Becoming Unethical?Acuity August 2015

“Can You Sell Yourself?” New Philosopher 9, July 2015

On ‘Nanny States’ and Race, Leyonhjelm Exposes the Moral Thinness of LibertarianismThe Conversation 30 June 2015

Why Conspiracy Theories Aren’t Harmless FunThe Conversation 26 June 2015

In Murky Waters: On Paying People SmugglersThe Ethics Centre 18 June 2015

Same-Sex Marriage: Why the Case Against it is WeakThe Age online 2 June 2015

Corriging the Incorrigible: Why Philosophy is Good for You (But Can Also Get You Killed)“,  Cogito blog, The Conversation, 1 June 2015

“You Are Always On Holiday” New Philosopher 8, May 2015

Learning Not To DieNew Philosopher 7, March 2015

“This Isn’t a Lifestyle, it’s a Way of LifeThe Drum 11 March 2015

Feeding the Beast: Why Plagiarism Rips Off Readers TooThe Conversation 17 February 2015

The Bali Nine, and How Not To Argue For The Death PenaltyThe Conversation 4 February 2015

There’s Something Disturbing About Abbott’s Acceptance of Sledging in CricketThe Guardian 6 January 2015

Are We the Barbarians?New Philosopher No.6 2014

We Don’t Need No Moral Education? Five Things You Should Learn About EthicsThe Conversation 8th September 2014

Are You Just a Story?New Philosopher No.5 2014

“The Hunting of the Self” New Philosopher No. 5 2014

Strange Bedfellows: Euthanasia, Same-Sex Marriage, and LibertarianismThe Conversation 25 July 2014

Dangerous Ideas, Honour Killings, and Moral SeriousnessThe Conversation 25 June 2014

The Internet Never Forgets, But It Could ForgiveThe Drum 13 June 2014

Should the Dead Roll Over to Make Room for Real Estate?The Conversation 20 May 2014

Suspicious MindsThe Philosopher’s Magazine 65 (2nd Quarter 2014) pp.62-67

Making the Hamster Love Its WheelNew Philosopher No.4, April 2014

The Biennale, Transfield, and the Value of BoycottThe Conversation 9th March 2014

Margaret, David, Wolf Creek 2 and, oh… Torture PornThe Conversation 27 February 2014

“A Life Worth Living” New Philosopher No.3, February 2014

The spying game: what a 15th-century Irish warlord can teach today’s politiciansThe Conversation 10 December 2013

The Digital SoulAeon 20 November 2013

Free-Range Debate Puts the Egg Before the ChickenThe Conversation 4 October 2013

“Do You Really Exist Online?” New Philosopher No.2, September 2013

Australia: Land of Eccentric Election CandidatesThe Conversation 6 September 2013

Waste Not, Want Not – The Politics of Why Philosophy MattersThe Conversation 6 September 2013

Drowning Mercy: Why We Fear the Boats” 26 June 2013

“Loving the Digital Dead” Ampersand #6: One Little Room June 2013

Divine Astroturf: Should Anti-Vaccinationists Get Their Own Church?The Conversation 3 June 2013

“Who Do You Think You Are? The Splendid Mess of Personal Identity” New Philosopher No.1, 27 May 2013

Ethics is a Jealous God: Self-Regulation vs. Self-SacrificeThe Conversation 14 June 2013

Burying Thatcher: Why Celebrating Death is Still WrongThe Conversation 17 April 2013

I Tweet Dead People: Can the Internet Help You Cheat Your Maker?The Conversation 15 March 2013

Philosophy Under Attack: Lawrence Krauss and the New Denialism,” The Conversation 18 February 2013

Love Thy Neighbour: Religious Groups Should Not be Exempt from Discrimination Laws,” The Conversation 17 January 2013

Between Guilt and Innocence: 2Day FM and the Moral Blame GameThe Conversation 10 December 2012

No, You’re Not Entitled To Your OpinionThe Conversation 5 October 2012

The Ethics of Bravery: Why a Black Saturday ‘Hero’ Lost His AwardThe Conversation 27 June 2012

“Just as I was Getting to Know Me” in Paula Smithka and Court Lewis Doctor Who and Philosophy (Chicago and La Salle, IL: Open Court, 2010) pp.3-13 (abstract)

An Australian Kierkegaardian in Copenhagen,” eTeol 7 (February 2010)