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Lund Gothenburg Responsibility Project

The Lund Gothenburg Responsibility Project is concerned with the study of the complex set of issues arising from the interpretation, understanding and critical evaluation of moral and legal responsibility in all its various dimensions and aspects.

Among the areas covered by the research group are free will, human agency and incapacity, collective responsibility, excuses and mitigation, the implications of neuroscience for human freedom and responsibility, and the normative principles governing practices relating to accountability and punishment.

Members of the group are also concerned with more applied aspects in this area, including responsibility and mental illness, business and corporate responsibility, medical ethics, and the political dimension of responsibility as it arises in problems such as immigration, social justice and the environment.

The primary aim of the Lund Gothenburg Responsibility Project is to generate and deliver substantial research contributions on this wide set of problems and issues and to become a leading center for the study of these fundamental problems and concerns in all aspects of human life.

For more information please contact the director Paul Russell or see the web page www.lgrp.lu.se

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