Uwe Steinhoff

Uwe Steinhoff was Research Associate in the Oxford Leverhulme Programme on the Changing Character of War Dr Steinhoff and Affiliated Researcher at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. He also had an informal affiliation with the Centre for the Study of Social Justice. He studied philosophy in Frankfurt, Berlin and Würzburg. His minors were psychology and political science. Before coming to Oxford he taught philosophy at Humboldt University, Berlin. He has published three books as well as various articles on epistemology, postmodernism, ethics and political philosophy. His current research interests include the ethics of war, terrorism, targeted killing (assassination), torture, mercenaries, guerrillas, warlords as well as broader issues of global justice and collective responsibility.

 

 

 


13th ILECS conference

What does it mean to win a war?
25-27 June 2014
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