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Anna Moltchanova

Anna Moltchanova

Education & Professional History

St. Petersburg State University (Russia), First Class Diploma; Central European University in Prague, Diploma; McGill University, PhD.

At Carleton since 2001.

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Philosophy

St. Petersburg State University, Diploma; Central European University (Prague), Diploma; McGill University, Ph.D.

Anna Moltchanova received her Ph.D. from McGill University in 2001. Her most recent research is in social ontology, which includes defending a realist approach to group agency and developing a context-sensitive concept of group intentionality that would cover a range of political environments, from oppressive to liberal. She has worked on a number of issues in global justice and her book, National Self-Determination and Justice in Multinational States, was published in 2009 by Springer. She has an interest in Modern Political Thought and has written on Locke and Rousseau. Her articles have appeared in The Journal of Political Philosophy and Journal of Social Philosophy, and a number of peer-reviewed collections of papers.

Profile updated June 28, 2016

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