Kevin Tobia is an assistant professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center. His work has appeared in the Harvard Law Review and Yale Law Journal. He lives in Washington, DC.
Human rights and justice
Legal standards invoke the ‘reasonable person’. Who is it?
Philosophy of mind
Change becomes you
Being the same person over time is not about holding on to every aspect of your current self but about changing purposefully
The Phineas Gage effect
When someone changes for the worse, we see a totally different person. But what happens if the change is for the better?