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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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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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.

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

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