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Mr

Andrew Alexandra

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Mr

Andrew Alexandra

 
Division
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Primary Interest
Ethics Of War And Peace
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Mr

Andrew Alexandra

 

After graduate study at Oxford University Andrew taught at Swinburne, Deakin, Melbourne, Queensland and Charles Sturt University. Since 2000 he has worked in the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne.

Andrew has research interests in the areas of the ethics of war and peace, professional and applied ethics, political philosophy, the history of philosophy, and issues in intellectual property. Among his many publications in these areas are the co-authored books Media, Markets and Morals (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011), Integrity Systems for Occupational Groups (Ashgate, 2010) and Ethics in Practice: Moral Theory and the Professions (UNSW Press, 2009). Together with Ned Dobos and Igor Primoratz he is currently completing a book on pacifism, to be published by Oxford University Press. He has undertaken collaborative research and consultancies for a range of organizations, including Victoria Police, the Professional Standards Council, The Australian Association of Social Workers, the Australian Anthropological Society, The International Baccalaureate Organization (UK)and the Safety Institute of Australia. He is currently a Chief Investigator on an ARC funded project on social work ethics.

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Credentials

Positions


Casual

Graduate School Of Humanities And Social Sciences

Casual

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Honorary

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Education


Bachelor of Arts

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Philosophy

University of Oxford

Master of Arts

University of Melbourne