Willkommen am Institut für Philosophie II

Das Institut für Philosophie II hat einen Schwerpunkt in der systematischen (analytischen) Gegenwartsphilosophie sowie in der Philosophie der Antike (in Verbindung mit der Philosophie des Mittelalters). [Weiterlesen...]

Exemplary Publications


 

Wilberding
Professur für Antike/Mittelalter
                                                 
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Broessel _publikation
Prof. Dr. Brössel
Rational Relations Between Perception and Belief: The Case of Color
Article

Horvarth Publikation
 Prof. Dr. Horvath
Philosophical Analysis: The Concept Grounding View
Article

                     
 

 
Newen Vetter 2016 Final
Prof. Dr. Newen
Why cognitive penetration of our perceptual experience is still the most plausible account
Article

 

 

Schlichtexperiencing
Prof. Dr. Schlicht
Experiencing Organisms
                                     

 

               



Prof. Dr. Strasser
Adaptive Logics for Defeasible Reasoning
Journal

 


Prof. Dr. Werning
The Oxford Handbook of Compositionality
Journal

 

 

GastwissenschaftlerInnen:

 

LAUFENDE DRITTMITTELPROJEKTE

 

SPP Project by the DFG: The Interaction of Bayesian Pragmatics and Lexical Semantics in Linguistic Interpretation – Using Event-related Potentials to Investigate Hearers’ Probabilistic Predictions

The project is a part of the SPP Experimental Pragmatics by the German Research Association (DFG). Further information 

The Structure and Development of Understanding Actions and Reasons' (DFG).

Collaborative research project:  Prof. Dr. Tobias Schlicht Rub (Speaker), Prof. Dr. Albert Newen (RUB), Prof. Dr. Josef Perner (Salzburg,)and Prof. Dr. Hans-Johann Glock (Zürich)

Emmy Noether Research Group „Experimental Philosophy and the Method of Cases – Theoretical Foundations, Responses, and Alternatives (EXTRA)“ (DFG) 

Dr. Joachim Horvath erhält 1,1 Mio. Forschungsmittel. Weitere Informationen

Emmy Noether Research Group “From Perception to Belief and Back Again“ (DFG)

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Peter Brössel erhält 1,1 Mio. Euro Forschungsmittel. Weitere Informationen

MERCUR Project:  “Automaticity in Thought and Action and its Significance for our Self-Understanding”

Collaborative Research Project: Prof. Dr. A. Newen (Bochum), Prof. Dr. K. Crone (Dortmund) and Prof. Dr. N. Roughley (Duisburg-Essen).

DFG-Graduiertenkolleg on "Situated Cognition"

Bochum und Osnabrück | Sprecher: Prof. A. Newen. Weitere Informationen

Lichtenberg-Professur der VolkswagenStiftung (2015-2019)

Prof. Dr. Tobias Schlicht erhält 1,1 Mio Euro Drittmittel und widmet sich dem Thema "Philosophie des Bewusstseins und der Kognition". Weitere Informationen

Kovalevskaja-Preis der Humboldt-Stiftung (2015-2020)

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Christian Straßer erhält mit der Auszeichnung ca. 1,4 Mio. Euro. Er leitet eine eigene Nachwuchsgruppe zum Thema "Theorie des Anfechtbaren logischen Schlussfolgerns". Weitere Informationen

 

Termine 

EXTRA 4. Research Colloquium (Horvath)
Catarina Duthil Novaes (Free University Amsterdam): "Argumentative Adversariality in Philosophy"
13.11.2019, 17:15-19 Uhr, GAFO 04/619

Research Colloquium: Philosophy Meets Cognitive Science (Krickel, Newen)
Ophelia Deroy (Munich): "Trusting our senses : Perceptual certainty and reliabilism"
14.11.2019, 14-16 Uhr, GA 04/187

Research Colloquium: Philosophy Meets Cognitive Science (Krickel, Newen)
Mara Floris (Turin): "Language and Categorisation: A Critique of Bottom-up Approaches to the Effect of Labels on Perception"
21.11.2019, 14-16 Uhr, GA 04/187

EXTRA 4. Research Colloquium (Horvath)
Christian Nimtz (University of Bielefeld): "Contested Aims and Disputed Means. Remarks on Conceptual Engineering"
27.11.2019, 17:15-19 Uhr, GAFO 04/619

Workshop: Mental Representations in a Mechanical World. The State of the Debate in Philosophy of Mind and Philosophy of Science       
(Kohár, Krickel)
28.-29.11.2019 10:00-18:00 Uhr, VZ Saal 4
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Neuigkeiten

  • Prof. Dr. Tobias Schlicht

    New research project on 'The Structure and Development of Understanding Actions and Reasons' (2018-2022) in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Albert Newen (RUB), Prof. Dr. Josef Perner (Salzburg) und Prof. Dr. Hans-Johann Glock (Zürich)

     
  • Prof. Dr. Joachim Horvath

    Emmy Noether Research Group „Experimental Philosophy and the Method of Cases – Theoretical Foundations, Responses, and Alternatives (EXTRA)“ (2018-2023)