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Sarch, Alexander (2018) Willful Ignorance in Law and Morality Philosophy Compass, 13 (5), e12490.

Sarch, Alexander (2018) Is Parity of Culpability a Constraint on Accomplice Liability? Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, 15.

Sarch, Alexander and Wodak, D (2018) Resolving Judicial Dilemmas Virginia Journal of Criminal Law, 6 (1). pp. 93-181.

Sarch, Alexander (2017) Review of Findlay Stark, Culpable Carelessness: Recklessness and Negligence in the Criminal Law (Cambridge University Press, 2016, 327 pp) Criminal Law and Philosophy.

Sarch, Alexander (2017) Double Effect and the Criminal Law Criminal Law and Philosophy, 11. pp. 453-479.

Sarch, Alexander (2017) Equal Culpability and the Scope of the Willful Ignorance Doctrine Legal Theory, 22. pp. 276-311.

Sarch, Alexander (2017) Who Cares What You Think? Criminal Culpability and the Irrelevance of Unmanifested Mental States Law and Philosophy, 36 (6). pp. 707-750.

Sarch, Alexander (2017) Ignorance Lost: A Reply to Yaffe on the Culpability of Willful Ignorance Criminal Law and Philosophy. pp. 1-18.

Sarch, Alexander (2017) Improving Corporate Criminal Fines: A Reply to W. Robert Thomas. (In response to W. Robert Thomas, The Ability and Responsibility of Corporate Law to Improve Criminal Fines, 78 OHIO ST. L.J. 601 (2017)) Ohio State Law Journal Furthermore, 78. pp. 43-52.

Sarch, Alexander (2016) Beyond Willful Ignorance University of Colorado Law Review, 88. pp. 97-178.

Sarch, Alexander (2015) Hausman and mcpherson on welfare economics and preference satisfaction theories of welfare: A critical note Economics and Philosophy, 31. pp. 141-159.

Sarch, Alexander (2015) Knowledge, Recklessness and the Connection Requirement Between Mens Rea and Actus Reus Penn State Law Review, 120(1). pp. 1-51.

Sarch, Alexander (2015) Condoning the Crime: the Elusive Mens Rea for Complicity Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, 47. pp. 131-178.

Sarch, Alexander (2014) Willful Ignorance, Culpability and the Criminal Law St. John's Law Review, 88 (4). pp. 1023-1102.

Sarch, Alexander (2013) Desire satisfactionism and time Utilitas, 25. pp. 221-245.

Sarch, Alexander (2013) Two Objections to Yaffe on the Criminalization of Attempts Criminal Law and Philosophy, 8 (3). pp. 569-587.

Sarch, Alexander (2012) Multi-component theories of well-being and their structure Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 93. pp. 439-471.

Coleman, J and Sarch, Alexander (2012) Blameworthiness and Time Legal Theory, 18. pp. 101-137.

Sarch, Alexander (2011) Internalism about a person's good: Don't believe it Philosophical Studies, 154. pp. 161-184.

Sarch, Alexander (2010) Bealer and the autonomy of philosophy Synthese, 172. pp. 451-474.

Sarch, Alexander (2008) What’s Wrong With Megalopsychia Philosophy, 83. pp. 231-253.

Book Section

Sarch, Alexander (2015) Well-being and the law In: The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Well-Being. Part 6: Well-being and other disciplines. Routledge Handbooks in Philosophy . Taylor and Francis Inc., pp. 479-491. ISBN 9780415714532

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