Stefan Mandl

Stefan Mandl

I have been study­ing philo­sophy at the Uni­ver­sity of Duis­burg-Essen since 2011. In 2016, I did my Bachelor’s here at Essen under the super­vi­sion of Oliv­er Hal­lich and Neil Rough­ley. I am the teach­ing assist­ant for the latter’s lec­tures Intro­duc­tion to Philo­soph­ic­al Anthro­po­logy.
My primary philo­soph­ic­al interests lie in the nature of ration­al­ity. This is also what my cur­rent work focuses on. It will be the top­ic of two forth­com­ing talks:

  • Against Cog­nit­iv­ism about Inten­tion Ration­al­ity” (2018/7 Work­shop “Ration­al­ity: Epi­stem­ic and Prac­tic­al Per­spect­ives”, Ruhr-Uni­ver­sity Bochum)
  • Against Cog­nit­iv­ism about Inten­tion Ration­al­ity” (2018/8 Con­fer­ence “Open Minds XIII”, Uni­ver­sity of Manchester)

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