Ethics & International Affairs

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Enabling Monsters: A Reply to Professor Miller

Fernando R. Tesón

Fernando Tesón, a native of Buenos Aires, is the Tobias Simon Eminent Scholar at Florida State University College of Law. He is known for his scholarship relating political philosophy to international law (in particular his defense of humanitarian intervention) and his work on political rhetoric. He has authored Humanitarian Intervention: An Inquiry into Law and Morality (3rd edition, 2005); Rational Choice and Democratic Deliberation (2006, with Guido Pincione); A Philosophy of International Law (1998); many articles in law, philosophy, and international relations journals; and collections of essays. Before joining Florida State in 2003, he taught for seventeen years at Arizona State University. He has also served as visiting professor at Cornell Law School, Indiana University School of Law, University of California Hastings College of Law, the Oxford–George Washington International Human Rights Program, and Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina.