Andreas Eriksen

Postdoctoral Fellow - ARENA Centre for European Studies
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Academic interests

Andreas Eriksen’s main areas of interest are philosophical studies of moral responsibility, professional judgment, and public reason. His work includes articles on the nature of role moralities, the meaning of professional virtue, and the justification of welfare policy.

Background

Eriksen holds a B.A. from the University of Tromsø and an M.A. from the University of Oslo. He has been a visiting scholar at the University of Konstanz. He earned a Ph. D. in the study of professions at Oslo and Akershus University College. His dissertation “Taking Roles Seriously. On Professional Duty and Virtue” investigated the relation between ordinary morality and professional ethics. He was subsequently researcher on the project “Between income maintenance and activation” (TREfF-2) at the Centre for the Study of Professions.

Project

Eriksen currently works on a post-doctoral project titled “The Democratic Value of Experts.” The project will provide a normative framework for reasoning in non-elected political bodies. This work is part of ARENA’s project “Democracy and Expert Rule: The Quest for Reflexive Legitimacy” (REFLEX). 

Tags: Role moralities, Professional judgment, Normative cognitivism, Legitimacy, Public reason

Publications

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  • Eriksen, Andreas (2018). Legitimate Agency Reasoning. ARENA Working Papers. 1. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2018). Political literacy. The concept and its application to the unelected..
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2018). The Facts of Agency Accountability.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2017). Bokanmeldelse: New Contractualism in European Welfare State Policies. Tidsskrift for samfunnsforskning.  ISSN 0040-716X.  58(3), s 357- 360 . doi: 10.18261/issn.1504-291X-2017-03-08
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2017). Conflicting Professional Duties and Blameworthiness.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2017). Detaljstyring av moralfilosofien?. Morgenbladet.  ISSN 0805-3847.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2017). Legitimate Agency Reasoning.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2017). Moral philosophers and virtue: What is wrong with being bad? (Blog).
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2017). Professional ethics in the age of AI: Upgrading to v3.0 (Blog).
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2017). Reclaiming Responsibility.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2016). Lykkelig som engasjert i jobben.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2016). Lærerens dedikasjon og rolleforståelse. Bedre Skole.  ISSN 0802-183X.  (2), s 72- 76
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2016). Profesjonsroller og lykke.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2016). Taking Roles Seriously. On Professional Duty and Virtue..
  • Eriksen, Andreas & Lassen, Kjersti (2016, 02. mars). Derfor er noen lykkeligere på jobb. [Internett].  forskning.no.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2014). A. Eriksen svarer:. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening.  ISSN 0029-2001.  134(8), s 808- 809 . doi: 10.4045/tidsskr.14.0453
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2014). Tvilsom begrunnelse for reservasjonsmulighet. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening.  ISSN 0029-2001.  (5) . doi: 10.4045/tidsskr.13.1512
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2013, 25. oktober). Om reservasjonsrett. [Radio].  NRK P1 Norgesglasset.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2013). Profesjonsroller og moralsk divergens.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2013). Vi taper offentlig begrunnelse. Vårt land.  ISSN 0805-5424.
  • Eriksen, Andreas (2012). The Force of Professional Obligations.

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