Andrew Cohen

Andrew Cohen

Associate Professor
Georgia State University

Andrew I. Cohen’s research focuses on themes in ethics, practical ethics, and social/political philosophy. He has published on themes in Hobbesian political theory, rights theory, and contractarian political morality. His current research focuses on reparations and apologies, the moral standing of nonhuman animals, and global justice.

Blog Posts

Improving Grand Juries

The ballooning prison population in the U.S. implies that there’s a certain ease of obtaining an indictment from grand juries. Here are some modest proposals to reform grand juries to make obtaining indictments more difficult.

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Americans Owe It to Themselves to Consider Reparations for Marginalized Minorities

Property rights are key for a free society. Since they set out what belongs to whom, they are the foundation for human freedom. Property norms tell us who can do…