I am a Senior Lecturer at the University of Gothenburg and a Lecturer at the University of York. My research focuses on theoretical problems in ethics, value theory, and political philosophy. I also work on decision theory and more specifically on preferences, money pumps, and moral uncertainty. In metaphysics, I work on free will and personal identity. And, sometimes, I work on the history of these topics. I am currently writing a book about value and money pumps in ethics and decision theory.
At the Institute for Futures Studies, I participate in the research project: Climate ethics and future generations.
The Difference Principle Would Not Be Chosen behind the Veil of Ignorance, forthcoming in The Journal of Philosophy.
Is Objective Act Consequentialism Satisfiable?, forthcoming in Analysis.
A Strengthening of the Consequence Argument for Incompatibilism, Analysis 77 (4): 705–715, 2017.
In Defence of My Favourite Theory, with Olle Torpman, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 95 (2): 159–174, 2014.
Combinative Consequentialism and the Problem of Act Versions, Philosophical Studies 167 (3): 585–596, 2014.
A Money-Pump for Acyclic Intransitive Preferences, Dialectica 64 (2): 251–257, 2010.