I am – after studies encompassing theology and religious studies, practical philosophy, ethics, and the history of ideas and sciences – a Ph.D. student in Practical Philosophy since September 2011.
In my research I focus on classic perfectionism, i.e. accounts of ethics informed by the good human life understood in terms of the development of human nature that seeks to unite a conception of our end with a general recipe for its attainment in terms of practical rationality. My work also touches upon neighbouring fields such as moral development, the (un)codifiability of moral norms, the relation between literature and moral philosophy, human and natural rights, moral generalities and moral particularism.
Other tasks and qualifications
2016041415 ‘Graduateworkshop on Fiction and Philosophy’, Lund University, Department of Philosophy.April 14-15th 2016. With Dan Egonsson, Ylwa Wirling and Anna Persson.
20160424 ‘FilosofiskaRummet Läsvärt: Om fiktionens betydelse för filosofin’ [A Good Read: on therelevance of fiction for philosophy] Broadcasted on SR P1 (Swedish nationalpublic service radio).
20150707 ‘Medicinanalogini antik etik’ [The Medical Analogy in Ancient Ethics] Mariakyrkan, Båstad.
2012- Chair of the philosophical Society, Lund University.
2011- Seminar leader, PhD. Seminar in practical philosophy, Lund University.