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Research Unit for Ethics, Legal, and Political Philosophy

Profile

The unit coordinates the work of researchers working on interrelated questions in ethics, legal, and political philosophy. Current research questions concern the ethics of war, bioethics, moral psychology, roboethics, political justice, public space, politics of everyday life, social philosophy, inequality, the public sphere, the welfare state, normativity, naturalism, the ethics and politics of punishment, and the nature of rights, media ethics, and history of ethics.

The unit has an international profile, with solid ties to several of the world’s most prominent research centers in the field. Its research is published in top ranked journals. Members of the unit are actively seeking large European and Danish funds.

The unit hosts a permanent research seminar with a university-wide following, frequently organizes workshops and conferences.

Unit Coordinator

Events Fall 2020

Ben Bramble (ANU)

A New Solution to the Asymmetry

19. oktober kl 12.15-14.15

building 1465, room 215

and on Zoom https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/j/66158489985

 

I would like to be informed if you wish to attend physically such that I can ensure that we will not be too many people in the room.

 

 

Morten Højer Jensen

Under what conditions can we be responsible for what others do in our name?

Mandag d. 26. Oktober 2020 kl 13.15-15.00

building 1465, room 215

and on Zoom https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/j/66158489985

 

I would like to be informed if you wish to attend physically such that I can ensure that we will not be too many people in the room.

 

 

Jonathan Parry (LSE)

Observation and Complicity

Mandag d. 2. November 2020 kl 13.15-15.00

building 1465, room 215

and on Zoom https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/j/66158489985

 

I would like to be informed if you wish to attend physically such that I can ensure that we will not be too many people in the room.

Participants

Julie Rasmussen

Research Group Coordinator

Raffaele Rodogno

Associate professor, research programme director