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    CV

    Employment

    2015 Assistant Professor (“Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter”, research-only) Universität Duisburg-Essen
    2013-2015 Assistant Professor Tilburg University, Department of Philosophy/Tilburg Center for Logic, Ethics, and Philosophy of Science (TiLPS)
    2009-2013 PhD Student University of Leiden, Institute for Philosophy


    Education

    2014 PhD in Philosophy, University of Groningen (grade: ‘cum laude’ = highest possible distinction)
    Supervisor: Pauline Kleingeld, University of Groningen Committee: Jeanette Kennett, Macquarie University, Sydney; Jesse Prinz, The Graduate Center, CUNY; Maureen Sie, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
    2009 MA in Philosophy MA in Literature Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Thesis (Philosophy, Supervisors: Axel Honneth, Rainer Forst) (grade: 1,0 (‘mit Auszeichnung’ = highest possible distinction)) (overall grade: 1,0 (‘mit Auszeichnung’ = highest possible distinction))
    2006-2009 MA studies of Philosophy MA studies of Literature Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
    2002-2006 MA studies of Philosophy MA studies of Literature Philipps-Universität Marburg

     

    Research Visits

    2011 The Graduate Center, CUNY (Faculty Advisor: Jesse Prinz) Columbia University, New York City (Faculty Advisor: Axel Honneth)

    Publikationen

    Monographie

    2009
    • Who’s Afraid of Instrumental Reason? Instrumentelle Vernunft und die Diagnose sozialer Pathologien, Marburg: Tectum.

     

    Artikel

    2015
    • Can't We All Disagree More Constructively? Moral Foundations, Moral Reasoning, and Political Disagreement, Neuroethics (forthcoming)
    2014
    • 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.
    • The Wrong Kind of Mistake. A Problem for Robust Sentimentalism about Moral Judgment, Journal of Value Inquiry, 48 (2), 247-269.
    2013
    • (with Tom Bates) Chairmen, Cocaine, and Car Crashes. The Knobe Effect as an Attribution Error, The Journal of Ethics, 17 (4), 305-330.
    2012
    • Morally Irrelevant Factors. What’s left of the dual-process model of moral cognition?, Philosophical Psychology, 25 (6), 783-811.
    • Educated Intuitions. Automaticity and Rationality in Moral Judgment, Philosophical Explorations, 15 (3), 255-275.
    • Psychopaths and Filthy Desks. Are Emotions Necessary and Sufficient for Moral Judgment?, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 15 (1), 95-115.
    2011
    • Social Intuitionism and the Psychology of Moral Reasoning, Philosophy Compass, 6 (10), 708-721.
    • The Appropriateness of Emotions. Moral Judgment, Moral Emotions, and the Conflation Problem, Ethical Perpectives , 18 (1), 107-140.
    2009
    • Vernunft und Öffentlichkeit. Habermas über den internen Zusammenhang von Rechtsstaat und Demokratie“, Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, 95 (1), (2009), 1-8.


    In Progress

    The Weakest Link. Can Metaethics Protect Our Moral Beliefs from Evolutionary Debunking? (under review)
    The Asymmetry of Understanding. Moral Foundations, Moral Reasoning, and Political Disagreement (under review)
    Ignorantia Legis Non Excusat. A Neglected Challenge to Moral Realism? (in progress)
    Far-Fetched. What Can We Learn from Moral Judgments About Unrealistic Scenarios? (in progress)
    The Rationality of Moral Judgment (with Jonathan Webber, in progress)
    The Scope of the Moral Domain (with Frank Hindriks, in progress)

    Andere

    2015
    • Moralisten Durch und Durch. Was wir von der experimentellen Philosophie lernen können (und was nicht), Cogito, 05 (01/2015), 44-47.
    • Review of The Philosophy and Psychology of Character and Happiness. Edited by Nancy Snow and Franco Trivigno. Routledge 2014, forthcoming in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice.
    • Review of Being Amoral. Psychopathy and Moral Incapacity. Edited by Thomas Schramme. MIT Press 2014, forthcoming in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice.
    2011
    • (with Tom Bates) Review of The Moral Psychology Handbook. Edited by John Doris and The Moral Psychology Research Group. Oxford University Press, New York 2010, Metapsychology Online Review (http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net/)
    2009
    • Review of Cass R. Sunstein: Gesetze der Angst. Jenseits des Vorsorgeprinzips, in: Berliner Debatte Initial. Zeitschrift für sozialwissenschaftlichen Diskurs, 156-160.
    2008
    • Weltraum zwischen den Zeilen. Niels Werbers Beitrag zur ‚reflexiven Globalisierung’, (Review of Niels Werber: Die Geopolitik der Literatur. Vermessungen einer medialen Weltraumordnung, München 2007), in: Forschung Frankfurt 3, 108.
    • Das Tribunal der Vernunft. Rainer Forst über das ‚Recht auf Rechtfertigung’, (Review of Rainer Forst: Das Recht auf Rechtfertigung. Elemente einer konstruktivistischen Theorie der Gerechtigkeit, Frankfurt/Main 2008), in: Forschung Frankfurt 1, 107.
    2007
    • Review of Michel Foucault: Die Macht der Psychiatrie. Vorlesung am Collège de France 1973/74, in: Berliner Debatte Initial. Zeitschrift für sozialwissenschaftlichen Diskurs 18, 107-110.

     

     

    Vorträge und Lehrveranstaltungen

     

    2015
    • Far-Fetched. What Can We Learn from Moral Judgments About Unrealistic Cases? Bochum, November 26-28
    • Far-Fetched. What Can We Learn from Moral Judgments About Unrealistic Cases? Osnabrück, September 14-17
    • Far-Fetched. What Can We Learn from Moral Judgments About Unrealistic Cases? Potsdam, July 7
    • Moral Intuition Leiden, May 13
    • What Do You Mean, Intention? Delft, March 19
    2014
    • Can metaethics protect our moral beliefs from debunking? Utrecht, November 28
    • Can metaethics protect our moral beliefs from debunking?
    • Nijmegen, November 7
    • Habituation and Moral Reasoning Tübingen, October 3
    • Can metaethics protect our moral beliefs from debunking?
    • Münster, September 30
    • Educated Moral Intuitions Cardiff, June 12-13
    • The Weakest Link. Moral Realism, Debunking, and the Darwinian Dilemma Toronto, May 9-10
    • The Weakest Link. Moral Realism, Debunking, and the Darwinian Dilemma Tilburg, April 30
    • What (and Where) Are the Moral Limits of the Market? Groningen, February 20
    2013
    • The Asymmetry of Understanding. What can moral psychology teach us about political disagreement? Tilburg, December 12-13
    • Moral Intuitions and Moral Foundations Rotterdam, November 15-16
    • Improving Moral Cognition Tilburg, October 23
    • Weird Intuitions, Strange Foundations. Why Social Intuitionism and Moral Foundations Theory are Incompatible Groningen, July 4
    • Conscience and Psychopathic Moral Incompetence Leiden, June 3
    • The Responsibility Attribution Error Eindhoven, May 21
    • The Responsibility Attribution Error Tilburg, May 15
    • Just Taxes. Equality, Liberty, and Tax Justice Tilburg, March 25
    2012
    • The Normative Insignificance of the Knobe Effect Eindhoven, November 2-3
    • Interesting Moral Scepticism Amsterdam, July 8-9
    • The Wrong Kind of Mistake. Why (and How) Sentimentalism Fails Groningen, March 6
     2011
    • Educated Intuitions. Moral Judgment between Automaticity and Rationality Barchem, August 21-25
    • Morally Irrelevant Factors. Emotion, Moral Judgment, and the Brain Milan, September 1-6
    • Morally Irrelevant Factors. Emotion, Moral Judgment, and the Brain Leiden, February 17
     2010
    •  The Appropriateness of Emotions. Retributive Emotions, Moral Judgment, and the Conflation Problem Utrecht, July 1
    • Psychopaths and Filthy Desks. Are Emotions Necessary and Sufficient for Moral Judgment? Zürich, March 29-31
     2009
    • On the Very Idea of a Deontic Leap Utrecht, November 19
    • Mindless Judging? Moral Reasoning and Intuitive Reflexes Utrecht, November 13
    • Constitutive Principles of an Inescapable Practice. Comment on Christine Korsgaard: Self-Constitution. Agency, Identity and Integrity Utrecht, April 27