Philosophical Anthropology & Ethics

Research Group

Philosophy Department
Duisburg-Essen University

Philosophical Anthropology & Ethics

Research Group

Philosophy Department, Duisburg-Essen University

Social cognition

In press

A. Fiebich, S. Gallagher, & D. Hutto. Pluralism, interaction and the ontogeny of social cognition, in: J. Kiverstein (ed.), The Philosophy of the Social Mind. Routledge 2016.


A.Fiebich, Narratives, culture and folk psychology. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 15(1) (2016): 135-149.


A.Fiebich, Varieties of Social Understanding. Paderborn: mentis 2015.

A. Fiebich, & M. Coltheart, Various Ways to Understand Other Minds: A Pluralistic Approach to the Explanation of Social Understanding. Mind and Language 30(3) (2015): 235-258.


A.Fiebich. Perceiving Affordances and Social Cognition, in: M. Gallotti & J. Michael (eds), Social Ontology and Social Cognition, Springer Series ‘Studies in the Philosophy of Sociality’. New York: Springer 2014. 149-166.

A. Fiebich. Mindreading with ease? Fluency and belief reasoning in 4- to 5-year-olds. Synthese 191(5) (2014): 929-944.

H. Sauer, It's the Knobe Effect, Stupid! How (and How Not) to Explain the Side-Effect Effect, Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 5 (4), 485-503. 2013

H. Sauer (with Tom Bates), Chairmen, Cocaine, and Car Crashes. The Knobe Effect as an Attribution Error, The Journal of Ethics, 17 (4), 305-330.