Frank Wolfe

Student, Trinity College Dublin
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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 Scholar

Area of Expertise

Humanities Politics Social Sciences

Research Topic

Philosophy Politics

Laidlaw Cohort Year



Trinity College Dublin

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My hobbies/interests are:

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

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Sep 18, 2022

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