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Lars Lindblom

Senior Associate Professor

I work with issues in the intersections between theories of justice, policy, and both social and natural science.

In my research, I have worked on topics like equality of education, labor unions, risk management and theories of justice. At present, I am particularly interested in the philosophy of childhood, assumptions of agency in AI, and democratic stability. I am the executive editor of the journal De Ethica.

I am the program manager for the Centre for Applied Ethic’s master programme in Applied Ethics. In my teaching, I have covered topics from The History of Philosophy via Philosophy and Policy Analysis to Professionalism in Computer Science. It usually ends with me talking about Rawls at lot.




Erik Gustavsson, Lars Lindblom (2023) Justification of principles for healthcare priority setting: the relevance and roles of empirical studies exploring public values Journal of Medical Ethics Continue to DOI
Lars Lindblom (2023) Justice and Exploitation in Cohen's Account of Socialism Journal of Value Inquiry, Vol. 57, p. 409-425 Continue to DOI
Erik Gustavsson, Lars Lindblom (2023) It seems important to study public values regarding priority setting principles, but why exactly? The Journal of Medical Ethics Blog
Lars Lindblom (2023) Distributive Justice for Children The Rights of the Child: Legal and Ethical Challenges, p. 166-179
Lars Lindblom (2023) Comments on 'Child Rights without Substance' The Rights of the Child: Legal and Ethical Challenges

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