Juha Räikkä teaches philosophy at the University of Turku, Finland. He defended his doctoral dissertation at the University of Turku in 1992 after studying in the autumn term 1989 and in the spring term 1992 at the University of Miami, Florida. Räikkä was a post-doctoral researcher in Austin, Texas, during the spring term in 1994. He has visited the European University Institute in Florence many times (1999 - 2010), and in August 2005 he did research at the Finnish Institute for Classical Studies in Rome. Räikkä has been the head of the Philosophy Unit at the University of Turku since 2013.

Räikkä’s research interests focus on ethics and political philosophy. He has published papers on issues such as global justice, population ethics, group rights, privacy, autonomy, guilt, forgiveness, self-deception, concept of feasibility, and conspiracy theory. Räikkä’s recent publications include a book titled Social Justice in Practice (Springer 2014). He is the Co-Editor of Adaptation and Autonomy (Springer 2013). To see more of his
activities, please take a look at his articles, papers, projects and books.

Social Justice in Practice has been reviewed by

Holly Lawford-Smith, Journal of Value Inquiry

 (DOI 10.1007/s10790-014-9453-x);

Francesca Pasquali, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice

 (DOI 10.1007/s10677-014-9547-3);

Vadim Chaly & Igor Gorkov, Ratio.ru

(Volume 12: pages 72-76)

Dina Babushkina, Homo Oeconomicus

(Volume 35, 2015)