Moa de Lucia Dahlbeck
Om Moa de Lucia Dahlbeck
About my research.
I investigate legal theory and international law primarily by way of turning to the history of philosophy and, more specifically, the works of Benedict Spinoza and the reception of these works throughout the history of philosophy. I am interested in juxtaposing contemporary and contextually specific problems of law with philosophy, in order to be able to find the basic and conceptual conditions at work within those discourses constructing both the problems at hands as well as their suggested solutions.
I am a member of the Grupo de Investigacíon sobre Spinoza y el Spinozismo (the Spinoza Investigation Group) of the University of Buenos Aires. http://ragif.com.ar/grupos/grupo-de-investigacion-sobre-spinoza-y-el-sp… and of the research network at the department of law: Genesis of Artificial Intelligence, Law, and Life:https://law.handels.gu.se/forskning/samhallsutmaningsdriven_forskning/k…
- International Law
- Early Modern Philosophy
- Political and Legal Philosophy
The investigation that I am currently conducting as a postdoctoral fellow constitutes a part of a research project called Digitalized Warfare: Responsibility, Intentionality and the Rule of Law. https://law.handels.gu.se/forskning/utbildningsdriven_forskning/interna…
Areas of Teaching
- International Environmental Law
- Legal Theory/Philosophy
- Public International Law
My most recent publication is a full length monograph in the Routledge series Law, Justice and Ecology about the call for a new, non-dualistic metaphysics within international environmental law. Spinoza, Ecology and International Law: Radical Naturalism in the Face of the Anthropocene (2018).
For further publications see my page at academia.edu: https://shfa.academia.edu/MoaDeLuciaDahlbeck.
På andra webbplatser
- International Law, Philosophy, Legal Philosophy, International Environmental Law
- International Environmental Law, Public International Law, Legal Theory, Legal Philosophy
AI and Spinoza: a review of law's conceptual treatment of lethal autonomous weapons
Moa De Lucia Dahlbeck
AI & Society: Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication - 2020-01-01
The moral fallibility of Spinoza’s exemplars: exploring the educational value of imperfect models of human
Johan Dahlbeck, Moa De Lucia Dahlbeck
Ethics and Education - 2020-01-01
Spinoza, Ecology and International Law - Radical Naturalism in the Face of the
Moa De Lucia Dahlbeck