Hein Duijf is an Assistant Professor at Utrecht University. Hein holds a PhD in Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence from Utrecht University, and he was previously an assistant professor at the LMU Munich and a postdoctoral researcher at the VU Amsterdam. His work can be roughly divided into two strands. He takes inspiration from behavioural sciences (including social psychology, economics, and social sciences) and agent-based modelling to study the epistemic risks and potential benefits of group deliberation. His other line of research concerns moral responsibility, collective agency, machine ethics, and deontic reasoning.
Utrecht UniversityDepartment for Philosophy and Religious StudiesAssistant Professor (Part-time)
Department for Philosophy and Religious Studies