William Bülow O'Nils
William Bülow O'Nils
William Bülow O’Nils is a senior researcher at CRB. He has a background in practical philosophy and is primarily working in legal philosophy and applied ethics. His research focuses on societal issues that arise in the intersection between ethics, policy and law, including the role of science in society, crime and punishment, and human rights. His perspective is primarily that of analytical philosophy.
He is currently involved in two research projects: Erasmus+ strategic partnership project Bridging Integrity in Higher Education, Business and Society (BRIDGE, 2020-2023) and Strain at a gnat and swallow a camel? Ethical review of humanities and social sciences fit for purpose (2022-2024), funded by the Swedish Research Council.
Before joining CRB, William Bülow O’Nils was a researcher in practical philosophy at the department of Philosophy at Stockholm University, funded by a research grant from the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare. Before that he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace. He has previously also worked as a fixed term part time lecturer in medical ethics at the Centre for Healthcare Ethics at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. He received his PhD in Philosophy from the Department of Philosophy and History at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm in 2017.
Bridging Integrity in Higher Education, Business and Society
BRIDGE seeks to bridge academic integrity, research integrity, integrity in business, and integrity in society.
Research Integrity and Hidden Value Conflicts
Part of Journal of Academic Ethics, p. 113-123, 2023.
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Who is Responsible for Remedying the Harm Caused to Children of Prisoners?
Part of Ethics and social welfare, p. 1-19, 2022.
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The Rights of Children of Prisoners During a Pandemic: A Case for Early Release of Imprisoned Parents?
Part of The Global and Social Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic, p. 199-214, 2022.
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Why unethical papers should be retracted
Part of Journal of Medical Ethics, 2021.
Should the deceased be listed as authors?
Part of Journal of Medical Ethics, p. 331-338, 2019.