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Keith Burgess-Jackson

Name

[Burgess-Jackson, Keith]
  • Assoc Prof, Philosophy & Humanities

Biography

My name is listed incorrectly at the top of this page. It is Keith Burgess-Jackson, not Keith Burgess-jackson. I have told the university about this error, but nothing has been done to correct it.

Professional Preparation

    • 1989 Ph.D. in PhilosophyThe University of Arizona
    • 1985 M.A. in PhilosophyThe University of Arizona
    • 1983 J.D. in LawWayne State University
    • 1983 M.A. in HistoryWayne State University
    • 1979 A.B. in Political ScienceThe University of Michigan-Flint

Appointments

    • Sept 1995 to Present Associate Professor
      Department of Philosophy and Humanities
    • Sept 1989 to Aug 1995 Assistant Professor
      Department of Philosophy and Humanities

Research and Expertise

  • EXPERTISE

    Ethics

  • OTHER AREAS OF TEACHING COMPETENCE

    Introductory Logic; Philosophy of Religion

Publications

      Encyclopedia Entry 2015
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith. "Joel Feinberg." In Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, edited by M. N. S. Sellers and Stephan Kirste.

        (I was invited by Sally J. Scholz to write an encyclopedia entry on Joel Feinberg for an online encyclopedia. I spent a year researching and writing the 3,323-word entry, which I submitted on 25 November 2015. On 14 November 2016, having heard nothing from the editors for nearly a year, I was asked to revise the entry in ways that I considered unacceptable. I chose to withdraw the entry rather than revise it.)

        {Encyclopedia Entry }

      Journal Article 2014
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith. "Does Anselm Beg the Question?" International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 76 (August 2014): 5-18.

        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2013
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith. "Taking Egoism Seriously." Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 16 (June 2013): 529-42.

        {Journal Article }

      Encyclopedia Entry 2013
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "John Jamieson Carswell Smart (1920-2012)."  In The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism, edited by James E. Crimmins, 518-22.  New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.

        {Encyclopedia Entry }
      2013
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Psychological Egoism."  In The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism, edited by James E. Crimmins, 449-50.  New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.

        {Encyclopedia Entry }
      2013
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Ethical Egoism."  In The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism, edited by James E. Crimmins, 142-5.  New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.

        {Encyclopedia Entry }

      Technical Report 2011
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "R. M. Hare, Annotated Bibliography."  Posted on the Internet.
        {Technical Report }

      Book Chapter 2009
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Oderberg on Animal Rights."  Chap. 6 in Animal Rights.  India, 2009.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book Chapter 2008
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Doing Right by Our Animal Companions."  Chap. 16 in Animal Rights, edited by Clare Palmer, 245-71.  The International Library of Essays on Rights, ed. Tom Campbell.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2008.
        {Book Chapter }

      Popular Press Article 2007
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Logic of Torture."  Tech Central Station, 29 November 2007 (Column #30).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2007
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Logic of Torture."  Wall Street Journal, 5 December 2007, online edition.
        {Popular Press Article }

      Popular Press Article 2006
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Chomsky Fallacy."  Tech Central Station, 26 June 2006 (Column #29).
        {Popular Press Article }

      Lecture/Speech 2006
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Taking Egoism Seriously."  Dallas Philosopher's Forum, 14 February 2006.
        {Lecture/Speech }

      Book Review 2006
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Exploring with Lewis and Clark: The 1804 Journal of Charles Floyd, edited by James J. Holmberg.  Terrae Incognitae: The Journal of the Society for the History of Discoveries 38 (2006): 109-10.
        {Book Review }

      Encyclopedia Entry 2006
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Joel Feinberg (1926-2004)."  In Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2d ed., 10 vols., edited by Donald M. Borchert, 3:560-2.  Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2006.
        {Encyclopedia Entry }
      2006
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "G. E. M. Anscombe (1919-2001)."  In Sex from Plato to Paglia: A Philosophical Encyclopedia, 2 vols., edited by Alan Soble, 1:50-6.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006.
        {Encyclopedia Entry }

      Book Chapter 2005
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "John Stuart Mill, Radical Feminist."  Chap. 5 in Mill's The Subjection of Women, edited by Maria H. Morales, 71-97.  Critical Essays on the Classics, ed. Steven M. Cahn.  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2005.
        {Book Chapter }

      Popular Press Article 2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "My Escape from Ideology."  Tech Central Station, 29 January 2004 (Column #18).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "My Journey to Conservatism."  Tech Central Station, 6 January 2004 (Column #17).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "A Nader Voter . . . for Bush."  Tech Central Station, 2 November 2004 (Column #28).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Joel Feinberg, 1926-2004."  The Philosophers' Magazine (3rd quarter 2004): 7.
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "I Read the News Today, Woe Boy . . ."  Tech Central Station, 15 September 2004 (Column #27).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Our Political San Andreas."  Tech Central Station, 26 August 2004 (Column #26).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Liberal Disingenuousness About the War in Iraq."  Tech Central Station, 29 June 2004 (Column #25).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Paul Krugman's Entitlement Problem."  Tech Central Station, 18 June 2004 (Column #24).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "A Former Feminist Weighs the Wage Gap."  Tech Central Station, 14 June 2004 (Column #23).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Expiating Liberal Guilt."  Tech Central Station, 19 May 2004 (Column #22).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The War Over the War in Iraq."  Tech Central Station, 10 May 2004 (Column #21).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Explaining Liberal Anger."  Tech Central Station, 27 April 2004 (Column #20).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Liberals, Conservatives, and Tradition."  Tech Central Station, 22 March 2004 (Column #19).
        {Popular Press Article }

      Journal Article 2004
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Our Millian Constitution: The Supreme Court's Repudiation of Immorality as a Ground of Criminal Punishment."  Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 18 (2004): 407-17.
        {Journal Article }

      Lecture/Speech 2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Our Millian Constitution: The Supreme Court’s Repudiation of Immorality as a Ground of Criminal Punishment."  Phi Sigma Tau Faculty Colloquia Series, on UTA campus, 2 October 2003.
        {Lecture/Speech }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Virtues and Vices of Lewis and Clark."  Phi Sigma Tau Faculty Colloquia Series, on UTA campus, 28 March 2003.
        {Lecture/Speech }

      Popular Press Article 2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "How to Argue."  Tech Central Station, 11 December 2003 (Column #14).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Utilitarian Punishment of Saddam Hussein."  Tech Central Station, 17 December 2003 (Column #15).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Bush's Critics as Repeat Offenders."  Tech Central Station, 3 July 2003 (Column #5).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Bush's Critics Meet the Logic Police."  Tech Central Station, 5 June 2003 (Column #1).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Dodging the Issue."  Tech Central Station, 31 December 2003 (Column #16).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The 'Real Reason' for the War."  Tech Central Station, 11 November 2003 (Column #13).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Logic Cop Asks, 'Is Bush a Liar?'"  Tech Central Station, 30 October 2003 (Column #12).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Natural History of Bush-Hating."  Tech Central Station, 21 October 2003 (Column #11).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Dusty Baker, Philosopher."  Tech Central Station, 23 September 2003 (Column #10).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Democrat Duplicity."  Tech Central Station, 2 September 2003 (Column #9).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Are You Living Uprightly?"  Tech Central Station, 22 August 2003 (Column #8).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Nader in '04!"  Tech Central Station, 4 August 2003 (Column #7).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Uranium War."  Tech Central Station, 16 July 2003 (Column #6).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Is Taxation Theft?"  Tech Central Station, 30 June 2003 (Column #4).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "So Which Side Won?"  Tech Central Station, 25 June 2003 (Column #3).
        {Popular Press Article }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Why Liberals Think Conservatives Are Stoopid."  Tech Central Station, 17 June 2003 (Column #2).
        {Popular Press Article }

      Book Review 2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Encyclopedia of Ethics, 2d ed., 3 vols., edited by Lawrence C. Becker and Charlotte B. Becker.  Teaching Philosophy 26 (September 2003): 299-304.
        {Book Review }

      Journal Article 2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Deontological Egoism."  Social Theo­ry and Practice: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Phi­losophy 29 (July 2003): 357-85.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Violence in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy."  Chap. II-6-1.3 in International Handbook of Violence Research, edited by Wilhelm Heitmeyer and John Hagan, 989-1004.  Dordrecht, Boston, and London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.
        {Book Chapter }
      2003
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Mens Rea" (chap. 8 of Rape: A Philosophical Investiga­tion).  Chap. 19 ("Mens rea u kaznenom djelu silovanja" ["Mens Rea in the Criminal Offense of Rape"]) in Suvremena filozofija seksualnosti [Contem­porary Philosophy of Sexuality], edited by Igor Primorac, 349-77.  Zagreb, Croatia: KruZak, 2003.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book Chapter 2002
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Gewalt in der zeitgenössischen analytischen Philosophie."  In Internationales Handbuch der Gewaltforschung, edited by Wilhelm Heitmeyer and John Hagan, 1233-54.  Wiesbaden, Germany: Westdeutscher Verlag, 2002.  German translation (by Clemens Wilhelm) of “Violence in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy.”  Chap. II-6-1.3 in International Handbook of Violence Research, edited by Wilhelm Heitmeyer and John Hagan, 989-1004.  Dordrecht, Boston, and London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.
        {Book Chapter }
      2002
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Duties, Rights, and Charity."  In Welfare Rights and Duties of Charity, edited by Carl Wellman, 307-16.  Vol. 5 of Rights and Duties, ed. Carl Wellman.  New York: Routledge, 2002.
        {Book Chapter }
      2002
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Backlash Against Feminist Philosophy."  Chap. 2 in Theorizing Backlash: Philosophical Reflections on the Resistance to Feminism, edited by Anita M. Su­person and Ann E. Cudd, 19-47.  Studies in Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy, ed. James P. Sterba.  Lanham, MD: Rowman and Lit­tle­field Publishers, 2002.
        {Book Chapter }
      2002
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Doing Right by Our Companion Animals."  In Ethics for Everyday, edited by David Benatar, 427-49.  Boston: McGraw-Hill, 2002.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book Review 2002
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Philosophical Ethics, by Stephen Darwall.  Teaching Philosophy 25 (September 2002): 251-4.
        {Book Review }

      Book Review 2001
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Normative Ethics, by Shelly Kagan.  Journal of Applied Philosophy 18 (2001): 314-7.
        {Book Review }
      2001
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Think: A Compelling Introduction to Philoso­phy, by Simon Blackburn.  Teaching Philosophy 24 (March 2001): 105-9.
        {Book Review }
      2001
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Magpies, Monkeys, and Morals: What Philoso­phers Say About Animal Liberation, by Angus Taylor.  Eth­ics: An International Jour­nal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy 112 (October 2001): 199-200.
        {Book Review }

      Book Review 2000
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Ethics and Sex, by Igor Primoratz.  Journal of Applied Philosophy 17 (2000): 307-10.
        {Book Review }
      2000
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Singer and His Critics, edited by Dale Jamie­son.  Eth­ics: An Interna­tional Journal of Social, Po­litical, and Legal Phi­losophy 110 (July 2000): 838-43.
        {Book Review }
      2000
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of The Elements of Moral Philosophy, 3d ed., by James Rach­els.  Teaching Philosophy 23 (June 2000): 192-201.
        {Book Review }
      2000
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of The Columbia History of Western Philosophy, edited by Richard H. Popkin.  Teaching Philosophy 23 (March 2000): 63-71.
        {Book Review }

      Journal Article 2000
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "A Crime Against Women: Calhoun on the Wrongness of Rape."  Jour­nal of Social Phi­losophy 31 (fall 2000): 286-93.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Review 1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Is There a God? by Richard Swinburne.  Meta­phi­losophy 30 (October 1999): 383-9.
        {Book Review }
      1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Loose Women, Lecherous Men: A Feminist Phi­loso­phy of Sex, by Linda LeMon­check.  Ethics: An Inter­na­tional Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Phi­losophy 110 (October 1999): 211-4.
        {Book Review }
      1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Eco­nomic Justice, by Stephen Nathanson.  So­cial Theory and Practice: An International and Inter­disciplinary Jour­nal of Social Philosophy 25 (summer 1999): 337-43.
        {Book Review }
      1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Brute Science: Dilemmas of Animal Experimen­tation, by Hugh LaFollette and Niall Shanks.  Ethics and the Environ­ment 4 (1999): 115-21.
        {Book Review }

      Encyclopedia Entry 1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Sodomy."  In The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, edited by Christopher Berry Gray, 819-21.  Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, vol. 1743.  New York and London: Gar­land Publishing, 1999.
        {Encyclopedia Entry }
      1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Relevance."  In The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, edited by Christopher Berry Gray, 733-5.  Garland Reference Li­brary of the Humanities, vol. 1743.  New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1999.
        {Encyclopedia Entry }
      1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Criminal Negligence."  In The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, edited by Christopher Berry Gray, 584-7.  Garland Ref­erence Library of the Human­ities, vol. 1743.  New York and London: Garland Pub­lishing, 1999.
        {Encyclopedia Entry }

      Book Chapter 1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Justice and the Distribution of Fear."  In Moral Is­sues in Global Perspective, edited by Chris­tine M. Kog­gel, 707-20.  Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 1999.
        {Book Chapter }
      1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "A Theory of Rape."  Chap. 5 in A Most Detestable Crime: New Philosophical Essays on Rape, edited by Keith Burgess-Jack­son, 92-117.  New York: Oxford Uni­ver­sity Press, 1999.
        {Book Chapter }
      1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "A History of Rape Law."  Chap. 1 in A Most Detestable Crime: New Philosophical Essays on Rape, edit­ed by Keith Bur­gess-Jackson, 15-31.  New York: Ox­ford Univer­sity Press, 1999.
        {Book Chapter }

      Anthology Work/Essay 1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith, ed.  A Most Detestable Crime: New Philosophical Essays on Rape.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.  Pp. xvi+306.
        {Anthology Work/Essay }

      Journal Article 1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Principled Objections and Sham Arguments: The Case of Capital Punishment."  Philosophy and Rhetoric 32 (1999): 299-308.
        {Journal Article }
      1999
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Do Physicians Kill Patients?  An Essay on Arrogant Philoso­phy."  Journal of Medical Humani­ties 20 (winter 1999): 265-82.
        {Journal Article }

      Newsletter Article 1998
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "A Chronology of Philosophical Publications on Rape."  The Ameri­can Philosophical Associa­tion Newsletter on Philoso­phy and Law 97 (spring 1998): 105-7.
        {Newsletter Article }

      Book Review 1998
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of In the Company of Animals: A Study of Human-Animal Rela­tion­ships, rev. and updat­ed ed., by James Ser­pell.  Ethics and the Environment 3 (1998): 105-10.
        {Book Review }
      1998
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy, by Simon Blackburn.  Teaching Philosophy 21 (March 1998): 75-80.
        {Book Review }

      Journal Article 1998
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Teaching Legal Theory with Venn Diagrams."  Metaphi­loso­phy 29 (July 1998): 159-77.
        {Journal Article }
      1998
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Doing Right by Our Animal Companions."  The Journal of Ethics: An International Philosoph­ical Review 2 (1998): 159-85.
        {Journal Article }
      1998
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Wife Rape."  Public Affairs Quarterly 12 (January 1998): 1-22.
        {Journal Article }

      Lecture/Speech 1997
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Teaching Feminism."  Invited panelist, Society for Analyti­cal Femi­nism, APA Pacific Divi­sion meet­ing, Berkeley, Cali­fornia, 27 March 1997.
        {Lecture/Speech }

      Newsletter Article 1997
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Philosophical Genius of Baseball; or, What Is It Like to Be at Bat?"  The College 2 (fall 1997): 28-33.
        {Newsletter Article }

      Book Review 1997
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Philosophical Writing: An Introduction, 2d ed., by A. P. Martin­ich; Writ­ing Philos­ophy Papers, 2d ed., by Zach­ary Seech; and Thinking and Writing About Philosophy, by Hugo Bedau.  Teach­ing Philosophy 20 (De­cem­ber 1997): 430-7.
        {Book Review }
      1997
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of The Many Faces of Science: An Introduction to Scien­tists, Val­ues, and Soci­ety, by Leslie Stevenson and Henry Byerly.  Teaching Philoso­phy 20 (Sep­tem­ber 1997): 314-8.
        {Book Review }

      Book Chapter 1997
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Statutory Rape: A Philosophical Analysis."  Chap. 24 in Human Sexuality, edited by Igor Prim­oratz, 463-82.  The International Research Library of Philosophy, ed. John Skorupski.  Brookfield, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 1997.
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 1997
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Trite Arguments and Hypocrisy: A Rejoinder."  Criminal Justice Ethics 16 (summer/fall 1997): 8-10.
        {Journal Article }
      1997
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Sham Arguments and Capital Punishment."  Criminal Jus­tice Ethics 16 (summer/fall 1997): 3-6.
        {Journal Article }

      Monograph 1996
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Rape: A Philosophical Investigation.  Aldershot, England: Dartmouth Publishing Company, 1996.  Pp. xi+244.
        {Monograph }

      Textbook 1996
      • Copi, Irving M., and Keith Burgess-Jackson.  Instructor's Solutions Manual for Informal Logic, 3d ed.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1996.  Pp. 56.
        {Textbook }
      1996
      • Copi, Irving M., and Keith Burgess-Jackson.  Informal Logic.  3d ed.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1996.  Pp. x+314.
        {Textbook }

      Journal Article 1996
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Mackie on Kant’s Moral Argument."  Sophia: Interna­tional Journal for Philo­sophi­cal Theol­ogy and Cross-Cultural Philoso­phy of Reli­gion 35 (March-April 1996): 5-20.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Review 1995
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Life and Death: Philosophical Essays in Bio­medical Eth­ics, by Dan W. Brock.  Canadi­an Philosophi­cal Reviews 15 (December 1995): 385-9.
        {Book Review }

      Journal Article 1995
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "John Stuart Mill, Radical Feminist."  Social Theory and Prac­tice: An Inter­na­tional and Inter­disci­plinary Journal of Social Philoso­phy 21 (fall 1995): 369-96.
        {Journal Article }
      1995
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Rape and Persuasive Definition."  Canadian Journal of Philos­ophy 25 (Sep­tember 1995): 415-54.
        {Journal Article }
      1995
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Statutory Rape: A Philosophical Analysis."  The Cana­dian Journal of Law and Juris­prudence: An International Jour­nal of Legal Thought 8 (January 1995): 139-58.
        {Journal Article }
      1995
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "On the Coerciveness of Sexist Socialization."  Public Affairs Quarterly 9 (January 1995): 15-27.
        {Journal Article }

      Lecture/Speech 1994
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Justice and the Distribution of Fear."  Invited speaker, panel on jus­tice and sexual vio­lence, Society for Philosophy and Public Af­fairs, APA Pacific Division meeting, Los An­gel­es, Cali­fornia, 1 April 1994.
        {Lecture/Speech }

      Book Review 1994
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Does God Ex­ist?  A Believer and an Atheist De­bate, by Terry L. Miethe and Antony G. N. Flew.  Teaching Phi­losophy 17 (December 1994): 359-62.
        {Book Review }

      Essay 1994
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Critical notice of No Longer Patient: Feminist Ethics and Health Care, by Susan Sher­win.  Canadi­an Journal of Phi­losophy 24 (March 1994): 135-53.
        {Essay }

      Journal Article 1994
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Anselm, Gaunilo, and Lost Island."  Philosophy and The­ol­ogy: Mar­quette Uni­versi­ty Quarterly 8 (spring 1994): 243-9.
        {Journal Article }
      1994
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Justice and the Distribution of Fear."  The Southern Journal of Philosophy 32 (win­ter 1994): 367-91.
        {Journal Article }

      Lecture/Speech 1993
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Commentator on Robert Boyd, "Argument Analysis and Random Walks," spon­sored by North Texas Philosophical Association, South­ern Methodist Uni­versi­ty, Dallas, Texas, 3 April 1993.
        {Lecture/Speech }

      Journal Article 1993
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Friedman, Sommers, and Women’s Desires."  Journal of Social Phi­losophy 24 (win­ter 1993): 62-8.
        {Journal Article }
      1993
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Problem with Contemporary Moral Theory."  Hypatia: A Journal of Femi­nist Philosophy 8 (summer 1993): 160-6.
        {Journal Article }

      Lecture/Speech 1992
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Judge, Intercollegiate Moot Court Competition, sponsored by Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Soci­ety, on UTA campus, 6 March 1992.
        {Lecture/Speech }
      1992
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Panelist, Conference on Multicultural Issues: Political Cor­rectness in Higher Education, spon­sored by Texas Association of College and Univer­sity Student Person­nel Administra­tors, on UTA campus, 7 February 1992.
        {Lecture/Speech }

      Textbook 1992
      • Copi, Irving M., and Keith Burgess-Jackson.  Solutions Manual for Informal Logic, 2d ed.  New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1992.  Pp. 55.
        {Textbook }
      1992
      • Copi, Irving M., and Keith Burgess-Jackson.  Informal Logic.  2d ed.  New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1992.  Pp. x+371.
        {Textbook }

      Lecture/Speech 1991
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Justice and the Distribution of Fear."  Lecture/discussion, sponsored by UTA Philos­ophy Club, on UTA campus, 30 October 1991.
        {Lecture/Speech }
      1991
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Freedom of Expression on College Campuses."  Debate/discus­sion with Dr Allan Saxe, spon­sored by UTA Progressive Stu­dents’ Union, on UTA campus, 17 April 1991.
        {Lecture/Speech }

      Journal Article 1990
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Democracy Versus Republicanism: Detroit Press Reaction to the Recon­struc­tion Act of 1867."  Southern Studies: An Interdis­ciplin­ary Journal of the South, n.s., 1 (win­ter 1990): 305-30.
        {Journal Article }
      1990
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Perils of Error Analysis in Defamation Law."  Com­mun­ications and the Law 12 (March 1990): 3-18.
        {Journal Article }

      Monograph 1989
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Constitutional Interpretation.  Ann Arbor, MI: Univer­sity Mi­cro­films Inter­na­tional, 1989.  Pp. 343.  Ph.D. dis­ser­tation, Depart­ment of Philosophy, The Univer­sity of Ari­zona (directed by Joel Feinberg).
        {Monograph }

      Book Review 1989
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of Saints and Scamps: Ethics in Academia, by Ste­ven M. Cahn.  Edu­ca­tional Theory 39 (spring 1989): 189-93.
        {Book Review }

      Newsletter Article 1988
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Abortion Fallacies."  The General Practitioner 14 (De­cember 1988): 7-8.  Reprint­ed in Arizo­na Attorney 25 (February 1989): 10.
        {Newsletter Article }

      Book Review 1988
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  Review of The State of the Language: English Observed, by Philip Howard.  Gon­zaga Law Review 23 (1987/88): 503-8.
        {Book Review }

      Journal Article 1988
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Free Will, Omnipotence, and the Problem of Evil."  Amer­i­can Jour­nal of The­ology & Philos­o­phy 9 (Septem­ber 1988): 175-85.
        {Journal Article }

      Newsletter Article 1987
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Should Robert Bork Be Confirmed?"  The General Practi­tioner 13 (October 1987): 2-3.
        {Newsletter Article }

      Journal Article 1987
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Duties, Rights, and Charity."  Journal of Social Phi­los­o­phy 18 (fall 1987): 3-12.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 1987
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Free Speech, Advertising and Censorship."  In American Voices: Prize-win­ning Essays on Freedom of Speech, Cen­sor­ship and Adver­tising Bans, 51-8.  New York: Philip Morris USA, 1987.
        {Book Chapter }

      Newsletter Article 1986
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Pros and Cons of MCLE Discussed."  The Writ 5 (October 1986): 11-2.  Reprint­ed as "Thoughts on Mandatory Con­tinuing Legal Educa­tion" in The General Prac­titio­ner 13 (May 1987): 2-3.
        {Newsletter Article }
      1986
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Common Fallacies About Tort Reform."  The Writ 5 (Au­gust 1986): 12.  Reprint­ed with minor changes as "Tort Reform" in The Arizona Republic (28 September 1986): C1, C6.  Re­printed with minor chang­es as "How Not to Argue About Tort Reform" in Sombrero 19 (Octo­ber 1986): 12, 28.  Reprint­ed with major changes as "Looking at Tort Re­form" in Tucson Weekly 4 (29 April-5 May 1987): 16d.
        {Newsletter Article }

      Journal Article 1986
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "An Epistemic Approach to Legal Relevance."  St. Mary’s Law Jour­nal 18 (1986): 463-80.
        {Journal Article }
      1986
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Ethics and Economics of Right-to-Farm Statutes."  Har­vard Journal of Law & Public Policy 9 (spring 1986): 481-523.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1985
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Bad Samaritanism and the Pedagogical Function of Law."  Criminal Justice Jour­nal 8 (1985): 1-27.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1983
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "Violence on the Michigan Frontier: The Incidence of Sporadic Assault in Michigan Territory, 1817-1830."  Detroit in Perspec­tive: A Journal of Re­gion­al History 7 (spring 1983): 46-74.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1982
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith.  "The Legal Status of Suicide in Early America: A Comparison with the English Experience."  Wayne Law Review 29 (fall 1982): 57-87.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article In-progress
      • Burgess-Jackson, Keith. "Streamlining the Language of Argumentation."

        {Journal Article }
      In-progress
      • "Famine, Affluence, and Hypocrisy" (in progress).

        {Journal Article }
      Submitted
      • "Ought There to Be a Presumption of Atheism?"

        {Journal Article }

Courses

Service to the Profession

  • Appointed
    • Jan 2005 to  Dec 2005 Editorial Board Member: Teaching Philosophy

      (through 2005).

    • July 2013 to  Present Manuscript and Prospectus Reviewer

      Manuscript and Prospectus Reviewer: Macmillan Publishing Company; Prentice Hall; Broadview Press; Oxford University Press.

      Prospectus Reviewer: The University of Pennsylvania Press; Oxford University Press; Wadsworth Publishing Company.

      Manuscript Referee: Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy; Journal of Social Philosophy; Canadian Philosophical Association; The Journal of Ethics: An International Philosophical Review; Metaphilosophy; Social Theory and Practice: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Philosophy; Teaching Philosophy; The Philosophical Quarterly; Journal of Applied Philosophy: Journal of the Society for Applied Philosophy.

    • Oct 1996 to  Sept 2001 External Evaluator for Tenure and Promotion

      Douglas Lind, The University of Idaho (October 1996); Christine M. Koggel, Bryn Mawr College (September 2001).

    • July 2003 to  Dec 2003 External Evaluator for Arts & Sciences Junior Faculty Award for Scholarly Achievement

      Eric H. Reitan, Oklahoma State University

Service to the University

  • Appointed
    • Jan 1989 to  Present Hazard Communication Committee

      (1989 to present)

    • Jan 1989 to  Dec 1996 Faculty Adviser-Maverick Cycling Club

       (1989 to 1990; 1992 to 1996)

    • Jan 1994 to  Present Associate Member, Graduate Faculty

      (1994 to present)

    • Jan 1995 to  Dec 1996 Faculty Adviser, Friends of the Animals

      (1995 to 1996)

    • Jan 1996 to  Dec 1999 Committee on Undergraduate Curricula

      (1996 to 1999)

    • Jan 1996 to  Present Hearing Panel

       (1996 to present)

    • Sept 1997 to  Present Advisory Committee for National Endowment for the Humanities 1998 Summer Stipends

      (September 1997)

    • Jan 1998 to  Dec 2001 Traffic and Parking Appeals Committee

       (1998 to 2001)

    • Jan 2002 to  Present Calendar and Scheduling Committee

      (2002 to present)

    • Jan 1990 to  Present Curriculum Committee (Liberal Arts)

      (Liberal Arts)

    • Jan 1990 to  Dec 1995 Faculty Council (formerly known as the Faculty Forum Steering Committee)(Liberal Arts)

      (1990 to 1995)

    • Jan 1992 to  Dec 1997 Committee for Academic Excellence (Liberal Arts)

      (1992 to 1997)

    • Jan 1998 to  Present Recruitment and Retention Committee(Liberal Arts)

      (1998 to present)

    • Jan 2012 to  Present REP/FDL Committee(Liberal Arts)

      (Liberal Arts)

    • Jan 1989 to  Dec 1991 Chair, Library Committee (Philosophy & Humanities)

      (1989 to 1991)

    • Jan 1990 to  Present Chair, Curriculum Committee(Philosophy & Humanities)

      (1990 to present)

    • Jan 1991 to  Present Meeting Secretary(Philosophy & Humanities)

      (Philosophy & Humanities)

    • Jan 1992 to  Present Pre-Law Adviser (Philosophy & Humanities)

      (Philosophy & Humanities)

    • Jan 1993 to  Present Affirmative Action Officer(Philosophy & Humanities)

      (Philosophy & Humanities)

    • Jan 1995 to  Present Grade Appeal Committee, Philosophy (Philosophy & Humanities)

       (Philosophy & Humanities)

    • Jan 1995 to  Present Committee on Tenure and Promotion(Philosophy & Humanities)

      (Philosophy & Humanities)

    • Jan 1998 to  Present Appeals Committee for Post-Tenure Review(Philosophy & Humanities)

      (Philosophy & Humanities)

    • Jan 1998 to  Present Chair, Recruitment and Retention Committee(Philosophy & Humanities)

      (Philosophy & Humanities)

    • Jan 2012 to  Dec 2012 Chair, REP/FDL Committee (Philosophy & Humanities)

      (Philosophy & Humanities)

    • Sept 2017 to  Present Faculty Senate

      Faculty Senate

  • Elected
    • Jan 1998 to  Present Appeals Committee for Post-Tenure Review (Philosophy & Humanities)

      (Philosophy & Humanities)