From the feeling of having been wronged to the intuition of universal rights Angewandte Ethik
following Jeanne Hersch: an analysis of a recent Egyptian novel
I Remember Damage: Inescapable Scars, Scarring Escapes, and Living with the Absurd Sozialphilosophie, Kulturphilosophie
an article by Anna Gotlib
How Good Descriptions Increase Our Scientific Understanding of the World Wissenschaftsphilosophie, Covid 19
Understanding the Covid-19 Pandemic
Fat Aesthetics: Why Being Fat Should Be the New Normal Kulturphilosophie, Philosophische Anthropologie
Arthur Cardoso de Andrade, interviewed by Swantje Martach
On Christine Korsgaard, Kantianism, and animals Tierethik
In her book "Self-Constitution: Agency, Identity, and Integrity" Christine Korsgaard develops a neo-Kantian approach to human and animal agency and morality
The situationist critique of virtue ethics Theoretische Ethik
Findings of modern empirical psychology have sparked new discussion in several fields. Among those is the philosophical debate about virtues. In the wake of said findings a new critique of virtue ethics has been put forward in the late 20th centur...
The Exterior of Philosophy: On the Practice of New Confucianism Kulturphilosophie, Philosophie der Moderne
an interview with Philippe Major (Universität Basel) by Ilaria Fornacciari
Where are we going? Angewandte Ethik
‘Where are we going?’ (Où allons nous?) is one of the questions that Paul Gaugin (1848-1903) wrote on a painting completed in 1897 in which he depicted various figures pondering the fundamental questions of human existence.