Karin Kuhlemann

Population ethicist

Karin Kuhlemann is a lawyer and a PhD candidate at University College London. She holds degrees in law, politics, and biology.

Karin's doctoral dissertation focuses on the human right to procreate and the legitimate scope of anti-natalist population policies. As part of this, she is developing a novel, interest-based account that engages with the oft-neglected issue of limits to rights, with particular attention to the normative implications of risking in the context of unsustainable population growth.

Karin is currently a member of ALLFED's Board of Advisors, and was formerly a trustee of Population Matters. She has given a number of talks on population ethics and catastrophic risks, most recently at the Existential Risk to Humanity workshop held at GoCAS in September 2017.

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