- Member of scientific staff at Research group “Philosophy of Engineering, Technology Assessment, and Science”
Fields of work
- Energy Ethics
- Philosophy of Energy
- Environmental Philosophy and Ethics
- Energy Humanities
- Science and Technology Studies (STS)
|since 2019||Postdoctoral researcher in the PhilETAS research group at ITAS (member of scientific staff at ITAS)|
|2018||Visiting assistant professor, Department of philosophy, Northern Michigan University (NMU), Marquette, MI, USA|
|2013 - 2018||Ph.D. Environmental Ethics, Department of philosophy & religion, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, TX, USA|
|2017||Graduate certificate in Energy, Department of mechanical & energy engineering, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, TX, USA|
|2014 - 2018||Teaching fellow, Department of philosophy & religion, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, TX, USA|
|2013 - 2014||Teaching assistant, Department of Philosophy & religion, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, TX, USA|
|2008 - 2011||M.A. Philosophical Sciences, University of Verona, Italy and Erasmus Program at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris, France|
|2005 - 2008||B.A. Philosophy, University of Verona, Italy|
2021 (forthcoming). Frigo, G.; Hillerbrand, R.
Energy and the Good Life: The Right to Energy Access and the Capabilities Approach. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities
2021 (forthcoming). Frigo, G.; Hillerbrand, R.; Marthaler, F.; Albers, A.; Ott, S.
Training Responsible Engineers. The Role of Virtues in Teaching Engineering Ethics. Australasian Journal of Engineering Education
2020 (forthcoming). Cao, U.; Frigo, G.
The Right to Electricity Access from an Indigenous Perspective: The Case of Luz y Fuerza del Pueblo, Chiapas, Mexico. Energy Research & Social Science
2018. Frigo, G.
Energy Ethics: A Literature Review. Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 6 (2): 177-214.
2017. Frigo, G.
Energy Ethics, Homogenization, and Hegemony: A Reflection on the Traditional Energy Paradigm. Energy Research & Social Science, 30: 7-17
Beyond the Capitalocene: An Ecocentric Perspective for the Energy Transition.
2020. Valtonen, A., Rantala, O., Farah, P.D. (Eds.), Ethics and Politics of Space for the Anthropocene, 150–174, Edward Elgar Publishing
Energy Decisions Within an Applied Ethics Framework: Analysis of Five Recent Controversies.
2020. Energy, Sustainability and Society, 10 (1), Art. Nr.: 29. doi:10.1186/s13705-020-00261-6
The Right to Energy Access and the Capabilities Approach.
2020. International Engager Workshop "Co-Creating the ’Right to Energy’ in Theory and Practice", Universität Groningen, Niederlande, 08.-09.01.2020 (2020), Groningen / Girona, January 8–9, 2020