Dr. Cindy Holder

Dr. Cindy Holder
Associate Professor
Office: CLE B322

History: BA (McGill), MA (Dalhousie), PhD (University of Arizona).

Cindy is an Associate Professor and has previously taught at the University of Arizona. She joined this department in 2001.

Interests: Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Ethical Theory (Normative Theory), History of Moral and Social Thought, Feminist Philosophy, Ethical Theory (Metaethics).

Recent publications:

edited: Philosophical Studies: 2019 Pacific APA, 177:2 (February 2020). https://link.springer.com/journal/11098/177/2
“Human Rights Without Hierarchy: Why Theories of Global Justice Should Embrace the Indivisibility Principle” in Johnny Antonio Davilà, ed., Cuestiones de justicia global (Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia: 2020), pp. 125-150. (https://editorial.tirant.com/co/libro/cuestiones-de-justicia-global-johnny-antonio-davila-9788413369389?busqueda=justicia+global&
Whose Wrong Is It Anyway? Reflecting on the Public-ness of Public Apologies”, C4E Journal: Perspectives on Ethics, 2017 https://c4ejournal.net/2017/11/03/cindy-holder-whose-wrong-is-it-anyway-on-the-public-ness-of-public-apologies-2017-c4ej-8/
“Review of Justice at a Distance: Extending Freedom Globally. Loren E. Lomasky and Fernando Tesón, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2015”, Ethics 127:3 (April 2017), 788-792.
“Transition, Trust and Partial Legality: On Colleen Murphy’s A Moral Theory of Political Reconciliation”, Criminal Law and Philosophy 10:1 (2016), 153-164 http://link.springer.com/journal/11572/10/1/page/1
“Review of Justice and Foreign Policy, Michael Blake, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2013”, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2015.06.09.  https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/58411-ustice-and-foreign-policy/
“Reasoning Like a State: Integration and the Limits of State Regret” in Mihaela Mihai and Mathias Thaler, eds. On the Uses and Abuses of Political Apologies (Palgrave Macmillan: 2014), pp. 203-219.
co-edited with David Reidy: Human Rights: The Hard Questions (Cambridge University Press: 2013)
“Truthfulness and Transition” in Larry May and Elizabeth Edenberg, eds.,  Jus Post Bellum and Transitional Justice (Cambridge University Press: 2013), pp. 244-261.
“Global Justice Beyond Distribution: Poverty and Natural Resources”, Public Affairs Quarterly 26:1 (January 2012), 33-44.
“Justice, Cosmopolitanism and Policy Prescription in Gillian Brock’s Global Justice ”, Diametros : An Online Journal of Philosophy (March 2012), http://www.diametros.iphils.uj.edu.pl/?l=2&p=anr100&m=101 .
“Devolving Power to Sub-State Groups: Some Worries about the Worries”, The Monist 95:1 (January 2012), 87-103.
“Justification” in Philosophy and Politics. Methods, Tools, Topics, Antonella Besussi, ed. (Ashgate 2012).
“Democratic Authority from the Outside Looking In: States, Common Worlds and Wrongful Connections”, Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy 5:3 (August 2011), www.jesp.org/symposia.php.
“Indigenous Rights to Land” in Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chatterjee, ed. (Springer: 2011), 534-538.
“Comments on Robert Card’s “Gender, Justice Within the Family,and the Commitments of Liberalism” in Sex, Love, and Friendship ( Rodopi: 2011),  pp. 211-216.