Kida Lin

I am a moral and political philosopher at Oxford. I work on the normative issues raised by international conflicts.

Currently, I am a non-stipendiary lecturer at Lady Margaret Hall, Lincoln College, and University College. I am also a DPhil candidate at Corpus Christi College. For the DPhil, I work with Jeff McMahan and Alex Kaiserman.

I teach a range of papers in moral and political philosophy. In Trinity Term 2023, I give tutorials for Moral Philosophy (Prelim) and Political Theory (Final). I also run revision classes for Ethics (Final) and Practical Ethics (Final).

Previously, I did a BPhil at Oxford, a BA (Hons) at the Australian National University, and a BA at the University of Sydney. I worked with Jeff McMahan for the BPhil, and Seth Lazar for the BA (Hons). In Hilary Term 2023, I was an academic visitor at Warwick, where I worked with Victor Tadros and Patrick Tomlin.

Together with Charlie Richards, I co-edit the public philosophy section at PEA Soup.

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