Born in Zhombe, Zimbabwe, my research interests lie primarily at the intersection of bioethics, philosophy of medicine, and political philosophy. Broadly speaking, I am interested in exploring the ways in which different conceptions of health have a bearing on the various moral obligations that arise in healthcare. My dissertation defends the view that relational egalitarian approaches to justice best capture a liberal democratic state's moral obligations towards its citizens when it comes to healthcare.
In addition, I have interests in issues related to justice and the carceral system as well as issues that arise within the context of Africana philosophy.
Bioethics, Ethics, Philosophy of Medicine, Social and Political Philosophy