CURRICULUM VITAE


Degrees


London School of Economics and Political Science

 

Ph.D., Philosophy, 2005

     Thesis on Mill's Utilitarianism

     Supervisor: Nancy Cartwright

     Examiners: Jonathan Wolff and John Skorupski

             

B.Sc., Philosophy & Economics, 1998

      First Class Honours


Journal Work


Managing Editor, Moral Philosophy and Politics (9/2015-now)

Member of the Editorial Board, Economics and Philosophy (2010-2015)

Managing Editor, Economics and Philosophy, (10/2002-12/2008)

Editorial Assistant, Mind, (10/2001-10/2002)


Refereeing


Journals: Economics and Philosophy; Synthese; Erkenntnis; Ethics and Economics; Rationality, Markets and Morals; European Journal for Philosophy of Science; British Journal for Philosophy of Science; Croatian Journal of Philosophy; Canadian Philosophical Association; History of Economic Ideas; Ergo; Theory and Decision; Moral Philosophy and Politics; Prolegomena; Utilitas; Canadian Journal of Philosophy.

 

Publishers: Oxford University Press; Routledge; Peter Lang; Palgrave Macmillan.



Appointments


Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

--  Lecturer at the secion for Practical Philosophy, 4/2015-now (tenured 4/2017)

-- Temporary Professorship for Philosophical Anthropology, 4/2017-10/2017

 

Regensburg
Lecturer (Akademischer Rat. a.Z.) at the Chair for Practical Philosophy, 4/2009-3/2015
    

Leipzig
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter at the Chair for Practical Philosophy, 3/2008 - 3/2009
 
Saarbrücken
Temporary Professorship for Practical Philosophy, 10/2007-2/2008
 
Glasgow
Temporary Lecturer in the Department of

Philosophy, 1/2006-3/2006


Witten/Herdecke
Lecturer at the Chair for Economics and Philosophy, Faculty of Economics and Managenemt, 2/2005-10/2007

On leave 1/06-4/06 and 2/07-10/07 

 

Konstanz
--Fellow at the Philosophy, Probability and Modeling Group, 10/2002-2/2005.
-- Occasional teaching in the Department of Philosophy.

-- Research Asisstant to Jürgen Mittelstraß (in his function as President of the Academia Europaea)


University of California, San Diego
Visiting Research Student, summer 2001
Seminars with David Brink, Richard Arneson and Gerald Doppelt