Frank Wolfe

Student, Trinity College Dublin

About Frank Wolfe

I am an undergraduate Laidlaw scholar from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. I have lived most of my life in Dublin (apart from three years in Berlin - but no, I can't speak German). My main research area is political philosophy; my research interests in particular are in how human rights can be used as an approach to morality, and how we should consider and address 'structural injustices' in society. I also have interests in democratic theory, and heterodox approaches to economics.

Outside academia, I am often involved in social/political activism. I'm a keen ultimate frisbee player, and I enjoy chess, table tennis, and hiking. I'm also (slowly) learning French and Polish.

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Undergraduate Leadership & Research Scholar


Trinity College Dublin

Laidlaw Cohort Year


Research Topic

Philosophy Politics

Area of Expertise

Humanities Politics Social Sciences

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My hobbies/interests are:

Chess Hiking/walking Music Politics & current events Reading Writing/blogging

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Oct 13, 2022

This is incredibly impressive! I'm very excited to see what you do in the future

Sep 18, 2022

Incredible work! This is such an interesting piece of research and you did such an amazing job