Sabine Döring is Professor of Philosophy at Universität Tübingen.
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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