“Darf man Pferde nutzen?”
Vortrag anläßlich der
Pferdetage Baden-Württemberg 2014 Wissenschaft trifft Praxis
Die Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen-Geislingen, das Haupt– und Landgestüt Marbach und das Kompetenzzentrum Pferd Baden-Württemberg laden zusammen zu einer wissenschaftlichen Tagung zum Thema „Nutzung und Bedeutung […]
The recent QS World University Ranking by Subject sees Tübingen University among the top 200 for 12 subjects. For three subjects Tübingen ranks among top 100, and one of these is philosophy. 3.000 universities were evaluated by about 70.000 scientists and employers worldwide, and […]
THE MONIST, vol. 97, no. 1 (“The Philosophy of Robert Musil”) in which my essay, “What Is an Emotion? Musil’s Adverbial Theory,” appeared. Thanks to Bence Nanay for editing the Special Issue. At the time of my PhD thesis and book on Musil (1999), people were […]
International Interdisciplinary Summer School: “The Neurobiology of Emotions and Feelings”
June 2nd — June 6th ‚ 2014
The Forum Scientiarum of the University of Tübingen is organizing an one-week International Interdisciplinary Summer School on “The Neurobiology of Emotions and Feelings”: with António Damásio (University of […]
In June 2014, Mitchell S. Green (New York) will be my guest at Tübingen University. In addition to a lecture in our Forum Philosophicum, he will offer a seminar (possibly on aesthetics!!!). I’m very much looking forward to this!
Sabine Döring is Professor of Philosophy at Universität Tübingen.
She is also Board Member and Principal Investigator of the Tübingen cluster of excellence Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN). And she is speaker of the Mini-GK Grounding Self and Agency.
Sabine studied Philosophy, German Literature, Linguistics, and Psychology at Göttingen University. She was Research Associate in Philosophy at King’s College London and The University of Manchester, and prior to that an Assistant Professor in Philosophy at Duisburg-Essen University, also doing research at UC Berkeley and St. Andrews University.
Her main research areas are (meta-) ethics, aesthetics, and the theory of practical rationality, with an emphasis on emotion and the question of what role the emotions have to play in the theory of value. She is also interested in the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of the social sciences, in particular, in the philosophy of economics.
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