Amnon  Lev Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Amnon Lev

Associate Professor
University of Copenhagen

Amnon Lev is associate professor of political jurisprudence at the University of Copenhagen. He is the author of three books, including a monograph on philosophy and political thought in Aristotle and a study of the rise and fall of natural law: Sovereignty and Liberty. A Study of the Foundations of Power (Routledge, 2014). He has written numerous scholarly articles dealing with topics of political philosophy and foundational questions of public law and public international law.

Subjects: Philosophy


Amnon Lev was born in Israel but grew up in Denmark. After law school he practised as a lawyer while studying classics and philosophy. He has subsequently studied in Freiburg (Albert-Ludwigs Universität) and Paris (École des Hautes Études in Sciences Sociales).

He was visiting professor at Paris-II (Assas) in the spring semester of 2015 and is a permanent fellow of the Orville Scheel Jr. Centre for International Human Rights (Yale).

He is married and the father of a two-year old son.


    BA (law), University of Copenhagen, 1998
    MA (law), University of Copenhagen, 2000
    BA (philosophy), University of Copenhagen, 2000
    MA (philosophy), University of Copenhagen, 2004
    PhD, University of Copenhagen, 2008

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Philosophy and political form, sovereignty, federalism, war theory

Personal Interests

    Squash, German baroque music, and southern Italy.


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