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|Affiliation||University of Groningen|
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|Areas of Research||Collective Agency, Collective Intentionality, Collective Responsibility, Ethical/Political Issues and Social Sciences, Group Mind, Holism & Individualism, Institutionalism and Institutional Theory, Experimental Philosophy|
|Biographical Info||Frank Hindriks is professor of ethics, social and political philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Groningen (the Netherlands). His main area of research is agency, responsibility, and freedom in relation to individuals, groups, and collective agents.|