Christopher Cowie is a Research Fellow at Fitzwilliam College. He works in Moral Philosophy, primarily Metaethics.
- Is the Norm on Belief Evaluative? Response to McHugh. Forthcoming at Pacific Philosophical Quarterly. (Co-authored with Alexander Greenberg).
- 'Conservatism in Metaethics', Metaphilosophy 46(4-5): 605-619. (2014).
- 'Good News for Moral Error Theorists: A Master Argument Against Companions in Guilt Strategies', The Australasian Journal of Philosophy 94(1): 115-130. (2016).
- 'Why Companions in Guilt Arguments Won't Work', The Philosophical Quarterly 64 (256): 407-422. (2014)
- 'An Explanatory Challenge to Normative Non-Naturalists', in Res Philosophica (special issue) 91(4): 1-19. (2014)
- ‘In Defence of Instrumentalism About Epistemic Normativity’, Synthese 191(16): 4003-4017. (2014)
- 'Epistemic Disagreement and Moral Disagreement’, Erkenntnis, 79(1), pp. 191-209. (2013)
- 'Review of Simon Kirchin ed. Thick Concepts, and Pekka Vayrynen, The Lewd, the Rude and the Nasty'. The Times Literary Supplement.
- Part II and Postgraduate - Metanormativity Seminar (Michaelmas)
- Part II - Metaethics (Lent)