Greg Bognar is a senior lecturer in practical philosophy at Stockholm University. His research interests are in ethics and political philosophy, especially population-level bioethics and what is known as politics, philosophy and economics (PPE). At Princeton, he will be working on philosophical and normative issues raised by demographic trends: the demands of justice between generations in rapidly aging societies, the value of increasing longevity, and the problem of overpopulation ­— in short, how societies should adapt and respond to the consequences of demographic change.

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