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Belshaw, Christopher (2013). Death, value and desire. In: Feldman, Fred; Bradley, Ben and Johannsen, Jens eds. The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Death. Oxford Handbooks in Philosphy. Oxford, UK: OUP. file

Belshaw, Christopher (2012). A new argument for anti-natalism. South African Journal of Philosophy, 31(1) pp. 117–137.

Belshaw, Christopher (2012). What's wrong with the Experience Machine? European Journal of Philosophy (in press). file

Belshaw, Christopher (2012). Harm, change and time. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 37(5) pp. 425–444. file

Belshaw, Christopher (2011). Animals, identity and persistence. Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 89(3) pp. 401–419.

Belshaw, Christopher (2010). Privacy, confidentiality and harm. Nursing Ethics, 17(1) pp. 133–134.

Belshaw, Christopher (2009). Annihilation: the sense and significance of death. Stocksfield, UK: Acumen Publishing.

Belshaw, Christopher (2009). Teaching ethics in universities and teaching professional ethics. In: Strain, John; Barnett, Ronald and Jarvis, Peter eds. Universities, Ethics and Professions. London/New York: Routledge, pp. 113–125.

Belshaw, Christopher and Kemp, Gary eds. (2009). 12 Modern Philosophers. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.

Belshaw, Christopher (2007). My Beginnings. Not Set. file

Belshaw, Christopher (2005). 10 good questions about life and death. Blackwell Publishing.

Belshaw, Christopher (2003). More lives, better lives. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 6(2) pp. 127–141.

Belshaw, Christopher (2002). Death, brains, and persons. In: Fisher, Robert N.; Primozic, Daniel T.; Day, Peter A. and Thompson, Joel A. eds. Suffering, Death and Identity. Value Inquiry Book Series/Personalist Studies (135). Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, pp. 141–154.

Belshaw, Christopher (2001). Environmental philosophy: reason, nature and human concern. UK, Canada: Acumen and McGill-Queens University Press.

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