Heading a Swedish center for research on the ethics of war
The view of the ethics of war that dominates public, legal and political discourse dates back to the Middle Ages. Helen Frowe, who is a professor of philosophy, has incorporated new and challenging perspectives in her research. Among other things, she is studying the moral responsibility of the individual in war, and whether humanitarian interventions can be morally justified.
Helen Frowe is Wallenberg Academy Fellow and Wallenberg Scholar. Read more on her research at The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation web.
Last updated: March 11, 2021
Source: Communications Office