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Horton, K. J. (2015). The authority account of prudential options. Southern Journal of Philosophy, 53 (1), 17-35. Southern Journal of Philosophy
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Horton, K. J. (2015). Global climate change week for uni staff, students and communities. Advocate: Newsletter of the National Tertiary Education Union, 22 (3), 13-13.
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Horton, K. (2014). Why not cut aid? Let us count the ethical reasons, just for a start. The Conversation, (16 June), 1-5.
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Horton, K. J. (2014). Global ethics: increasing our positive impact. Journal of Global Ethics, 10 (3), 304-311.
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Horton, K. J. (2012). How academics can help people make better decisions concerning global poverty. Ethics and International Affairs, 26 (2), 265-278.
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Horton, K. J. (2011). Aid agencies: the epistemic question. Journal of Applied Philosophy, 28 (1), 29-43.
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Horton, K. (2011). Fairness and Fair Shares. Utilitas, 23 (1), 88-93.
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Horton, K. J. & Roche, C. (Eds.). (2010). Ethical Questions and International NGOs. Dordrecht: Springer.
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Horton, K. J. (2010). The epistemic problem: potential solutions. In K. J. Horton & C. Roche (Eds.), Ethical Questions and International NGOs (pp. 87-118). Dordrecht: Springer.

Horton, K. J. & Roche, C. (2010). Afterword. In K. J. Horton & C. Roche (Eds.), Ethical Questions and International NGOs (pp. 217-229). Dordrecht: Springer.

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