I am an associate professor/reader ('docent') in philosophy, with broad interests in moral philosophy and applied ethics, for instance the ethics of crises and disasters. My philosophical outlook is generally within the analytic tradition. Teaching extensively on environmental ethics, research ethics, etc.
I contribute ethics lectures and exercises to several programs. I am also responsible for organzing research ethics/philosophy of science courses for PhD students. Search "ethics" in the SLU course database if you are interested in participating"
You can find more information on my publications on my Academia.edu page.
Edvardsson Björnberg, K.; Röcklinsberg, H. & Sandin, P. (forthcoming). ‘Cornwallism’ andArguments against Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions. Environmental Values. Click here for preprint.
Sandin, P. & Peterson, M. (2019). Is the Precautionary Principle a Midlevel Principle? Ethics, Policy & Environment. https://doi.org/10.1080/21550085.2019.1581417
Sandin, P. Conceptualizations of disasters in Philosophy (2018) n: O’Mathúna D., Dranseika V., Gordijn B. (eds) Disasters: Core Concepts and Ethical Theories. Advancing Global Bioethics, vol 11. Springer, Cham. (2018).
Sandin, P. How to Label ‘Natural’ Foods: a Matter of Complexity. Food Ethics 1(2), 97-107, 2017. Open Access here.
Brunius, C., Moula, P. and Sandin, P. The ethical matrix as a potential tool in public procurement of food. In I.A.S. Olsson, S.M. Araùjo and M.F Vieira. Food Futures: Ethics Science & Culture (Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2016, 194-198).
Sandin, P. The Profession and the Killer App, or What Environmental Ethicists Might Learn from Bioethics: A Commentary. Ethics, Policy & Environment 18(3), 2015.
Moula, P. and Sandin, P. Evaluating ethical tools. Metaphilosophy 46, 263–279, 2015.
Peterson, M. & Sandin, P. The last man argument revisited. Journal of Value Inquiry 37, 121-133, 2013.