Paul Russell

Professor
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Paul Russell’s interests cover the areas of free will and moral responsibility along with various topics in early modern philosophy. Within the area of free will and moral responsibility he is particularly interested in the challenge of scepticism and theories of responsibility that appeal to reactive attitudes or moral sentiments. On the subject of early modern philosophy he is especially concerned with the philosophy of David Hume and how his philosophy relates to problems of religion and atheism.

Since 2018 he has been Professor of Philosophy at Lund University, where he is also Director of the Lund|Gothenburg Responsibility Project.

For more information please see his personal web page and CV.


Paul Russell

Professor
location_on BUCH E171 [1866 Main Mall, Vancouver, B.C., CANADA V6T 1Z1]
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Paul Russell's interests cover the areas of free will and moral responsibility along with various topics in early modern philosophy. Within the area of free will and moral responsibility he is particularly interested in the challenge of scepticism and theories of responsibility that appeal to reactive attitudes or moral sentiments. On the subject of early modern philosophy he is especially concerned with the philosophy of David Hume and how his philosophy relates to problems of religion and atheism.

Since 2018 he has been Professor of Philosophy at Lund University, where he is also Director of the Lund|Gothenburg Responsibility Project.

For more information please see his personal web page and CV.

Paul Russell

Professor
location_on BUCH E171 [1866 Main Mall, Vancouver, B.C., CANADA V6T 1Z1]
file_download Download CV

Paul Russell's interests cover the areas of free will and moral responsibility along with various topics in early modern philosophy. Within the area of free will and moral responsibility he is particularly interested in the challenge of scepticism and theories of responsibility that appeal to reactive attitudes or moral sentiments. On the subject of early modern philosophy he is especially concerned with the philosophy of David Hume and how his philosophy relates to problems of religion and atheism.

Since 2018 he has been Professor of Philosophy at Lund University, where he is also Director of the Lund|Gothenburg Responsibility Project.

For more information please see his personal web page and CV.