Kant | Forgiveness | Hope

Teaching

Goethe University Frankfurt

Hope in Political Philosophy (with Jakob Huber), Spring 2019.

Dimensions of Rationality: Theoretical and Practical Reasons for Belief and Other Attitudes (With Marcus Willaschek and Andi Mueller), Spring 2019.

Philosophy of the Emotions, Fall 2018.

Kant on Hope, Fall 2018.

Rawls: A Theory of Justice, “Interpretationskurs”, Spring 2018.

Kant: Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason, Spring 2018 (with Achim Vesper)

Hope, Optimism and Pessimism from Kant to Schopenhauer, Fall 2017.

Trust, Fall 2015.

Aristotelian Influences in Modern Ethics, Fall 2015 (with Béatrice Lienemann).

Scanlon: What We Owe to Each Other, Summer 2015 (with Achim Vesper).

Problems of Grounding Morality, Summer 2015.

Philosophy of Death, Fall 2014.

Forgiveness, Fall 2014.

Hope, Summer 2014 (with Titus Stahl).

Hume: An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals, Spring 2014.

Kant: Critique of Teleological Judgment, Fall 2013.

The Myth of Determinism, Fall 2013.

Physicalism, Spring 2013.

Seminar accompanying the Lecture on the History of Philosophy, Spring 2013.

Introduction to German Idealism, Fall 2012.

New Literature on Kant's Ethics, Summer 2010. (with Marcus Willaschek).

Kant: Critique of Practical Reason, Spring 2009.

Kant: Doctrine of Virtue, Fall 2008.

Siegen University

Kant's Political Philosophy, Summer 2017.

Pragmatist Philosophy of Religion, Summer 2017.

Ruhr-University Bochum

Free Will and Determinism, Summer 2011.