Joshua Cohen is Distinguished Senior Fellow at the UC Berkeley School of Law, the Department of Philosophy, and the Department of Political Science, as well as a faculty member at Apple University. He is a political theorist, trained in philosophy, with a special interest in issues that lie at the intersection of democratic norms and institutions and has written extensively on issues of democratic theory, particularly deliberative democracy and its implications for personal liberty, freedom of expression, religious freedom, political equality, and global justice. He has also written on issues of global justice, including the foundations of human rights, distributive fairness, supranational democratic governance, and labor standards in supply chains. Cohen serves as co-editor of Boston Review, a bimonthly magazine of political, cultural, and literary ideas. He has published Philosophy, Politics, Democracy (Harvard University Press, 2009); Rousseau: A Free Community of Equals (Oxford University Press, 2010); The Arc of the Moral Universe and Other Essays (Harvard University Press, 2011); and edited (with Alex Byrne, Gideon Rosen, and Seana Shiffrin) The Norton Introduction to Philosophy (2014).