Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

PhD projects

PhD candidate Field Supervisor Topic
PhD candidates - IFR
Andreassen, Tom Philosophy - Applied Ethics Bjørn Myskja WTOs avtale om patentrettigheter. Lokale bivirkninger av globalt regime for patent på medisiner
Bouman, Rita D'Oliveira Philosophy - Applied Ethics May Thorseth Ethical dilemmas and tensions in sustainability discourses
Eriksen, Eli-Anne Vongraven Religious Studies Ulrika Mårtensson Continuity and Change: The understanding of religion, identity and religious practices among young Muslim women in Trondheim
Dahlback, Morten Philosophy Lars Johan Materstvedt Morality unbalanced.
Gilbert, Pål Rykkja Philosophy Ståle Finke Menneskelig perfeksjon. I lys av Aristoteles, i skyggen av Heidegger
Halgunset, Vidar Philosophy Bjørn Myskja Ethical ambiguities within "Personalized Medicine"
Kvandal, Halvor Philosophy Jonathan Knowles Cognitive science applied to religious beliefs. Epistemological Implications.
Movik, Per-Erling Philosophy Ingebjørg Seip Psychopharmacological enhancement of cognitive emotional functions. Is self-realization by artificial means real self-realization?
Solli, Mattias Philosophy Ingebjørg Seip Ideas pertaining to a phenomenological hermeneutics of inner hearing.
Stabell, Espen Dyrnes Philosophy

Hovedveileder: Siri Granum Carson

Biveilder: Bjørn Kåre Myskja

Uncertainty and responsibility in technological research and innovation. The case of Deep Sea Mining
Sæther, Hermann Køhn Philosophy - Applied Ethics    
Vikan, Cornelia Philosophy - Applied Ethics May Thorseth Military power and ethics in the grey area of war – Afghanistan. A critical ethical - philosophical analysis of the core values of the Norwegian Armed Forces; respect, responsibility and courage.