Peter Jaworski Georgetown GISME
Peter Martin Jaworski is an assistant teaching professor teaching business ethics at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business. He is a senior fellow with the Canadian Constitution Foundation, and a director of the Institute for Liberal Studies. Also, he has been a visiting research professor at Brown University. Jaworksi's academic work has been published or is forthcoming in several journals including Ethics, The Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, The Journal of Business Ethics, and Ethical Theory and Moral Practice. Along with Jason Brennan, Jaworski is the author of Markets without Limits: Moral Virtues and Commercial Interests published in 2015. Prior to joining the faculty at Georgetown McDonough, Jaworksi was a visitor in the philosophy department at the College of Wooster, and was an instructor in philosophy at Bowling Green State University.

Published Works

Book: 

Jason Brennan and Peter Jaworski, Markets without Limits (Routledge Press, 2015).

Selected Articles and Book Chapters: 

2017

Peter M. Jaworski, David Shoemaker. "Me and Mine." Philosophical Studies (2017).

Peter Martin Jaworski. "What can be for sale?." The Routledge Handbook of Libertarianism. Ed. Jason Brennan, Bas van der Vossen, David Schmidtz. New York: Routledge, 2017.

2016

Peter M. Jaworski, Jason Brennan. "Klotzes and Glotzes: Semiotics and Embodying Normative Stances." Business Ethics Journal Review 4.2 (2016): 7-14.

Peter M. Jaworski, Jason Brennan. "In Defense of Commodification." Moral Philosophy and Politics (2016).

Peter M. Jaworski, Jason Brennan. "I’ll pay you Ten Bucks not to Murder Me." Business Ethics Journal Review 4.9 (2016): 53-58.

Peter M. Jaworski, Kee En Chong. "Progressivism for me, but not for thee." University of Pennsylvania Constitutional Law Journal Online (2016).

Jason Brennan, Peter Jaworski. "In Defense of Commodification." Moral Philosophy and Politics (2016).

Jason Brennan, Peter Jaworski. "I’ll Pay You Ten Bucks Not to Murder Me." Business Ethics Review Journal (2016).

2015

Jason Brennan and Peter Jaworski, "In Defense of Commodification" Moral Philosophy and Politics, 2015.

Jason Brennan and Peter Jaworski, Markets without Limits (Routledge Press, 2015).

Peter Martin Jaworski, Jason Brennan. "If you may do it for free, you may do it for money." Cato Unbound (2015).

Peter Martin Jaworski, Jason Brennan. "Market Architecture: It’s the How, not the What." Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy (2015).

Peter Martin Jaworski, Jason Brennan. "Markets without Symbolic Limits." Ethics 125:1053-1077.

2014

Peter Martin Jaworski. "An absurd tax on our fellow citizens: The ethics of rent-seeking in the market failures (or self-regulation) approach." Journal of Business Ethics 121.3 (2014): 467-476.

Peter Martin Jaworski, David Faraci. "To Inspect and Make Safe: On the morally responsible liability of property owners." Ethical Theory and Moral Practice (2014).

Peter Martin Jaworski. "Blame the Politicians: A Government Failure Approach to Political Ethics." Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy 12 (2014).

2013

Peter Martin Jaworski. "In defense of fakes and artistic treason: Why visually-indistinguishable duplicates are as good as the originals." Journal of Value Inquiry (2013).

Peter Martin Jaworski. "Originalism all the way down. Or, the explosion of progressivism." The Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence XXVI.2 (2013): 313-340.

Peter Martin Jaworski. "Moving Beyond Market Failure: When the failure is government’s." Business Ethics Journal Review 1.1 (2013): 1-6.