Andreas Mogensen

Andreas Mogensen


2019 Senior Research Fellow, Global Priorities Institute, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford
2015 - 2019 Tutorial Fellow, Jesus College, University of Oxford; Associate Professor, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford
2010 - 2015 Fellow by Examination, All Souls College, University of Oxford



2010 - 2014 D.Phil in Philosophy, University of Oxford
2008 - 2010 B. Phil in Philosophy, University of Oxford
2005 - 2008 B.A. (Hons) in Philosophy, University of Cambridge

“The Callousness Objection,” in Pummer and Greaves, eds., Effective Altruism: Philosophical Perspectives (OUP)
“Racial profiling and cumulative injustice” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research


“Life-years at stake: justifying and modelling acquisition of life-potential for DALYS,” in Gamlund and Tollef, eds. Saving people from the harm of death, pp. 48-60 (OUP)


“The brave officer rides again” Erkenntnis 83, 315-329.
“Giving isn’t demanding” (with William MacAskill and Toby Ord) in Woodruff, ed. The ethics of giving: philosophers’ perspectives on philanthropy, pp. 178-203 (OUP)
“How ecumenical expressivism confuses the trivial and the substantive,” Analysis 78, 666-674.


“Disagreements in moral intuition as defeaters” The Philosophical Quarterly 67, 282-302.
 “Moral testimony pessimism and the uncertain value of authenticity” Philosophy & Phenomenological Research 95, 261-284.


“Do evolutionary debunking arguments rest on a mistake about evolutionary explanations?” Philosophical Studies 173, 1799-1817.
“Should we prevent optimific wrongs?” Utilitas  28, 215-226. 


“Contingency anxiety and the epistemology of disagreement” Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 97, 590-611.
“Evolutionary debunking arguments and the proximate/ultimate distinction” 


Ethics, Epistemology, Political Philosophy, Decision Theory.