Dr Julian Lamont

Lecturer

School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
j.lamont@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 56319

Overview

Dr Julian Lamont’s research interests include Political philosophy and economics, metaphysics, applied ethics, business and professional ethics, and bioethics.

He teaches in the areas of the Introduction to Social, Political and Legal Philosophy; Crime and Punishment: Issues in Legal Philosophy; Social and Economic Justice; Business and Professional Ethics; Political Philosophy.

Qualifications

  • PhD, Monash University
  • Bachelor of Commerce, University of Melbourne
  • Master of Arts, Monash University
  • Bachleor of Arts (Honours), The University of Queensland

Publications

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Grants

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Lamont, Julian and Lowe, Kevin (2012). Core issues in ethics for scientists. In Peter Bowden (Ed.), Applied ethics: strengthening ethical practices (pp. 208-218) Prahran, VIC, Australia: Tilde Publishing and Distribution.

  • Lamont, Julian (2012). Incentive income, deserved income and economic rents. In Julian Lamont (Ed.), Distributive justice (pp. 363-383) Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

  • Lamont, Julian (2012). Introduction. In Julian Lamont (Ed.), Distributive justice (pp. xi-xxi) Surrey, U.K.; Burlington, VA, U.S.A.: Ashgate Publishing.

  • Favor, Christi, Gaus, Gerald and Lamont, Julian (2010). Introduction. In Christi Favor, Gerald Gaus and Julian Lamont (Ed.), Essays on philosophy, politics & economics : Integration & common research projects (pp. 1-11) Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

  • Lamont, Julian (2010). Productivity, compensation, and voluntariness. In Christi Favor, Gerald F. Gaus and Julian Lamont (Ed.), Essays on Philosophy, Politics and Economics: Integration and Common Research Projects (pp. 121-138) Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

  • Lamont, J. (2004). Distributive Justice. In G F Gaus and C Kukathas (Ed.), Handbook of Political Theory 1 ed. (pp. 223-238) London: Sage.

  • Lamont, J. (2003). More solutions to the puzzle of when death harms its victims?. In Tandy and Charles (Ed.), Death and Anti-Death Volume 1 One Hundred Years after N.F. Federov (1829-1903) 1 ed. (pp. 377-396) California: Ria University Pres.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Lamont, Julian (2010). Ethics and swimsuits. In: Annual Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics Conference, Canberra, ACT, Australia, (167-172). 9-11 June 2009.

  • Lamont, J. and Lacey, J. (2005). Should genetically modified organisms be patentable?. In: C Provis and H Harris, Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics. AAPAE Conference: 12th Annual Conference 28-30 September, 2005 Adelaide South Australia, University of South Australia, (1-11). 28-30 September 2005.

Other Outputs

  • Lamont, J. (2007) Distributive Justice in Zalta, E. N. (eds.) Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Revised Edition, Spring 2007 Edition USA: Online: The Metaphysics Research Lab, Stanford University

  • Lamont, J. (2002) Distributive Justice in Edward N. Zalta (eds.) Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Online). Fall 2002 Stanford, CA, USA: Metaphysics Research Lab at Stanford University

Grants

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

  • Master Philosophy — Principal Advisor

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  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

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Completed Supervision