Lukas Jost Meier, Kiel, Philosophie




Welcome! I am a Junior Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge and a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School with main interests in medical ethics, neurophilosophy, and artificial intelligence. I studied philosophy at the University of Oxford and political science at the University of Göttingen. As part of a team developing an algorithm for ethical decision-making in the clinic, I also spent a year at the Technical University of Munich. My doctoral thesis, completed at the Universities of St Andrews and Heidelberg, linked the topic of brain death to the debate on personal identity. In Cambridge, where I am a fellow of Churchill College, I teach in ethics, metaphysics, philosophy of mind, political philosophy, and medical ethics.