I’m Professor of Practical Philosophy at Stockholm University and Senior Researcher at the Stockholm Centre for Healthcare Ethics (CHE). My research is in political philosophy, normative and applied ethics, especially population-level bioethics and what is known as politics, philosophy, and economics (PPE). I’m particularly interested in priority setting in health care, demographic change and population aging, public health ethics, human genetic engineering, and moral relativism.
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- I have a new paper out that develops A Theory of Triage.
- Ageing without Ageism? Conceptual Puzzles and Policy Proposals, co-edited with Axel Gosseries, was published by Oxford University Press earlier this year. Our contributors explore the role of age limits and the problem of age discrimination in voting and political representation, social policy and distributive justice, taxation and inheritance, health care resource allocation, and many other areas. For more details, see here.
- Ageing without Ageism? is also available as an audio book. You can listen to it here.