Please describe your research in nontechnical language:
 African and European Continental Philosophy, Global Health Ethics, Bioethics. Researching on African ethical conceptualizations applied to Global Ethical issues. Decolonization, Coloniality, Structural and Epistemic injustice.

How would you explain what you do to someone unfamiliar with your work and field? 
 Thinking through to weigh things from the viewpoint of what we ought to be or do: ethical perspectives on issues that have to do with our lives and the structures within which we move.

What draws you to your work? 
 Many things; perhaps the conviction that I am contributing to building a better world.

What's your favorite course to teach and why?
 Metaphysics, Existentialism, Critical Thinking, Contemporary Moral Theories, Philosophy of Life and Death. These courses offer an opportunity to self-interrogate the very core of our existence on earth.

What do you wish others (colleagues, students) knew about what you do? 
 How exciting and ironically amusing it is to form a habit of critical thinking.

If you could share one piece of advice with students, what would it be?
 Always aim at excellence in your endeavours. Never make a pact with mediocrity in any field of your life.

So far in your career, what do you consider to be your greatest achievement?
 That's for others to say. What I consider to be achievements are too private to talk about.

Finally, if you weren't doing this, what would you be doing?

Author Name
Dr. Caesar Alimsinya Atuire
Philosophy and Classics
School of Arts
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