Adam Etinson

Adam Etinson works on a range of topics in moral and political philosophy. While much of his research is in the philosophy of human rights, he also works on problems in social epistemology (such as the problem of ethnocentrism) and on the theoretical foundations of liberalism. Most recently, he has started writing about the concept of human dignity.

Adam earned a PhD (DPhil) as well as Master’s (BPhil) degree in philosophy from Oxford University, where he studied under Professors Jeremy Waldron, John Tasioulas, and Roger Crisp.

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