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Chen, Jason. "Subsequent Consent and Blameworthiness." HealthCare Ethics Committee Forum (2020).

Chen, Jason. "The Core of Oppression: Why is it Wrong?" Social Theory and Practice 43, no. 2 (2017): 421-441.

Chen, Jason. "The Right to Self-Development: An Addition to the Child's Right to an Open Future." Journal of Social Philosophy 47, no. 4 (2016): 439-456.


Chen, Jason. "Why We Should Prioritize Treating Younger Patients." Political Theology. Pandemic, Pandemonium, and Public Health: Reflections on COVID-19 (2020).


Chen, Jason. "The Right to Safety and Freedom of Association." Journal of Medical Ethics, 2023.

Book Reviews

Chen, Jason. Review of Achievement, by Gwen Bradford. Journal of Moral Philosophy, 2017.

Chen, Jason. Review of Civilized Oppression: Victims, Fallibility, and the Moral Community, by Jean Harvey, edited by Antonio Calcagno. Hypatia, 2016.

Chen, Jason. Review of One Child: Do We Have a Right to More?, by Sarah Conly. Journal of Applied Philosophy, 2016.