Areas of Activity#

Here you will find all fields of scholarship for this section.
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  • 19th and 20th century philosophy Go to
  • 19-th century German philosophy Go to
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  • Abstract Entities Go to
  • • Aesthetics: The Nature of Fiction Go to
  • American pragmatism Go to
  • analysis of ideologies Go to
  • analysis of religious language Go to
  • Analytical philosophy Go to
  • Analytic metaphysics Go to
  • Analytic philosophy Go to
  • analytic philosophy Go to
  • Analytic philosophy of language Go to
  • Analytic tradition Go to
  • Ancient and scholastic philosophy Go to
  • Ancient Christian Apokrypha Go to
  • Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy Go to
  • Ancient Greek Philosophy Go to
  • Ancient Near Eastern studies Go to
  • Applications of the theory of decision and risk Go to
  • Applied philosophy Go to
  • Artificial Life (AL) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Go to
  • Austrian Philosophy from Bolzano to Tarski and Wittgenstein Go to
  • Austrian Philosophy Go to
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  • belief revision and nonmonotonic reasoning Go to
  • Biological aspects of psychology Go to
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  • Carnap and quine on modality Go to
  • Charles Sanders Peirce Go to
  • Chomsky–Schützenberger theorem Go to
  • Christianization of Public Space Go to
  • Circularity problems Go to
  • Classical and contemporary Pragmatism Go to
  • Classical Philosophy Go to
  • Cofounder of dialogical logic Go to
  • Cognitive linguistics Go to
  • cognitive semantics Go to
  • Complex Dynamical Systems and Self-Organization in Nature and Society Go to
  • Computational Brain Go to
  • concept formation using conceptual spaces based on geometrical and topological models Go to
  • connections between religious and political language changes in the function of religion Go to
  • Contemporary continental philosophy Go to
  • contemporary theological argumentation Go to
  • Continental and analytic philosophy Go to
  • continental philosophy and gender studies Go to
  • Continental philosophy Go to
  • Cosmology and Evolution Go to
  • Crime and punishment Go to
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  • Decision and game theory Go to
  • Distributive Justice Go to
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  • Early analytic philosophy Go to
  • Early Christianity from its very beginnings until the Migration Period Go to
  • Early History of Analytic Philosophy Go to
  • Early Modern Philosophy Go to
  • Early twentieth century philosophy Go to
  • Ecclesiastical Law Go to
  • e­learning project "e­philosophie” Go to
  • Emotion, Feeling & Value Go to
  • empirical studies of views of life among ordinary people Go to
  • Environmental science and politics, e.g., acid rain and forest death Go to
  • Epistemology, epistemic risk Go to
  • Epistemology, philosophy of logic (Quine) Go to
  • Epistemology , theory of knowledge Go to
  • Ethics including Applied Ethics Go to
  • Ethics of communication (including media ethics) Go to
  • Ethics of technology Go to
  • Evolutionary epistemology Go to
  • Evolutionary ethics Go to
  • Evolutionary theories Go to
  • evolution of cognition Go to
  • Existential phenomenology Go to
  • Expansion of Christianity in Late Antiquity Go to
  • Expectation maximization method Go to
  • Experimental data and semantics Go to
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  • Feminist philosophy Go to
  • Formal and computational semantics and pragmatics of natural language Go to
  • Formal semantics and pragmatics of natural language Go to
  • foundation of ethics Go to
  • Foundations of mathematics Go to
  • French philosophy of science in the XXe century Go to
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  • Game-theoretical semantics Go to
  • General proof theory Go to
  • General Studies of Methods Go to
  • Georges Ganguilhem's philosophy of medicine Go to
  • German Idealism (Hegel and Marx) Go to
  • Greek and Latin language Go to
  • Grundlegungs and methodological issues Go to
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  • Historical development and forms of relationship between Church and state, based on the canonical and legal documents Go to
  • History and philosophy of biology, 19th and 20th century, in particular Go to
  • History and Philosophy of Science Go to
  • history and philosophy of science Go to
  • History and philosophy of science Go to
  • History and philosophy of the life sciences and medicine Go to
  • History institutions of learning in Islam Go to
  • History of analytic philosophy ( Frege, Russell, Ramsey, Davidson) Go to
  • History of analytic philosophy Go to
  • History of Analytic Philosophy Go to
  • History of Analytic Philosophy Go to
  • History of biology Go to
  • History of Canon Law Go to
  • History of concepts Go to
  • History of contemporary French philosophy Go to
  • History of genetics with emphasis on the formation of classical genetics Go to
  • History of German-Speaking Psychology and Philosophy Go to
  • History of Greek and Roman Philosophy (all branches) to 600CE Go to
  • History of l7th and l8th century philosophy Go to
  • History of linguistics, ancient and medieval Go to
  • History of logical positivism Go to
  • History of logic (the medieval Arabic theory of modal syllogistic) Go to
  • History of medieval philosophy Go to
  • History of molecular biology, biotechnology, and neuroscience Go to
  • History of philosophy, ancient and medieval Go to
  • History of Philosophy and Logic in Central Europe Go to
  • history of philosophy Go to
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  • History of Philosophy Go to
  • History of philosophy of mind and language Go to
  • HIstory of philosophy of science Go to
  • History of philosophy of science Go to
  • History of philosophy (particularly ancient Greek philosophy) Go to
  • History of physics Go to
  • History of science around 1900 Go to
  • History of Science Go to
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  • History of Science Go to
  • History of the biochemistry of proteins Go to
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  • Importance of trust and accountability in public life Go to
  • Influence of Greek philosophy Go to
  • Interaction of science and politics, e.g., Eugenics, and Lysenkoism in the Soviet Union Go to
  • Intuitionistic type theory Go to
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  • Kant and environmental philosophy Go to
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  • Locke, Berkeley, Hume and their influence on the religious debate in the 18th century. The relevance of these debates today Go to
  • Logic and its applications in the computing and cognitive sciences Go to
  • Logic (the conception autodescriptive systems of many-sided logic) Go to
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  • Mathematical Logic Go to
  • Mathematical logic Go to
  • Mathematical logic Go to
  • Mathematization and Computer Modelling Go to
  • Medical ethics, personalised, predictive and preventive medicine Go to
  • Medieval and early modern logic and philosophy of nature Go to
  • Medieval philosophy Go to
  • Medieval theology and philosophy Go to
  • Metaethics - meaning of moral terms, theories of practical reasons (normativity), R. M. Hare's metaethics Go to
  • Metaphysics and Ontology Go to
  • Metaphysics and ontology Go to
  • Metaphysics of science Go to
  • Metaphysics: Primary and Secondary Properties; Dispositions; Vagueness Go to
  • Mind and Metaphysics Go to
  • Modalities: essence, necessity, and other adverbial modifiers Go to
  • models of knowledge and information Go to
  • Moral and political philosophy Go to
  • Moral and political philosophy Go to
  • Moral perfectionism Go to
  • Multiculturalism and Nationalism Go to
  • Multimedia Society Go to
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  • Names and definite descriptions Go to
  • Neurological and Philosophical Aspects of Dreaming Go to
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  • Paleographical and codicological research on the original pre-Gratian manuscripts and their use at ecclesiastical tribunals, cathedral teaching, episcopal court, and on the day to day parish activity Go to
  • Paraconsistent logic Go to
  • Patterns of Experimentation in Biotechnology Go to
  • Perspectival Thoughts and Facts Go to
  • Phenomenology of spirit Go to
  • Philosopher of language and developed a philosophy of dialogue Go to
  • Philosophical anthropology Go to
  • Philosophical issues Go to
  • Philosophical logic and semantics Go to
  • Philosophical logic Go to
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  • Philosophical logics Go to
  • Philosophies of mathematics, logic, language and metaphysics Go to
  • Philosophy and History of Logic Go to
  • philosophy and medical ethics Go to
  • philosophy, bioethics Go to
  • philosophy, history and philosophy of science Go to
  • philosophy, history of philosophy Go to
  • philosophy, mathematics Go to
  • Philosophy of action Go to
  • Philosophy of action Go to
  • Philosophy of biology Go to
  • Philosophy of biology Go to
  • Philosophy of chemistry Go to
  • Philosophy of cognitive science Go to
  • Philosophy of economics Go to
  • Philosophy of Language and Logic Go to
  • Philosophy of language and ordinary language philosophy Go to
  • Philosophy of language and symbols Go to
  • Philosophy of Language Go to
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  • Philosophy of Language: Truth; Reference and cognitive value, indexicals and proper names; Quotation Go to
  • Philosophy of Logic and mathematics Go to
  • Philosophy of logic and mathematics Go to
  • Philosophy of logic Go to
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  • philosophy of logic Go to
  • Philosophy of logics human and social sciences Go to
  • Philosophy of Logic: The Meaning of the Logical Constants and The Concept of Logical Consequence Go to
  • philosophy of mathematics and logic Go to
  • Philosophy of mathematics and logic Go to
  • Philosophy of mathematics Go to
  • Philosophy of mathematics Go to
    • Philosophy of human and social sciences
  • Philosophy of mathematics Go to
  • Philosophy of mathematics Go to
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  • Philosophy of Mathematics Go to
  • philosophy of middle ages Go to
  • Philosophy of mind and language Go to
  • Philosophy of mind and psychology Go to
  • Philosophy of mind Go to
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  • Philosophy of Mind: Qualia; Perception Go to
  • Philosophy of nature Go to
  • Philosophy of nature Go to
  • Philosophy of perception Go to
  • Philosophy of person Go to
  • Philosophy of physics and metaphysics Go to
  • philosophy of religion Go to
  • Philosophy of religion Go to
  • Philosophy of religion Go to
  • Philosophy of Science and Technology Go to
  • Philosophy of science, especially economics Go to
  • Philosophy of science, esp. physics and biology Go to
  • Philosophy of science Go to
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  • Philosophy of science Go to
  • Philosophy of science, mathematics, computer science and psychology Go to
  • Philosophy of science (the theory of a logarithmic retardation of scientific progress) Go to
  • Philosophy of Technology Go to
  • Philosophy of the 19th and 20 Century, including contemporary philosophy Go to
  • Philosophy of the mind Go to
  • Philosophy of the Social Sciences Go to
  • Philosophy of time, and in the relationship between physics and metaphysics Go to
  • philosophy, theology and religious studies Go to
  • philosophy, theology & religious studies Go to
  • political and moral philosophy Go to
  • political philosophy Go to
  • Political philosophy Go to
  • Political philosophy Go to
  • Political philosophy Go to
  • Popular Culture (Film studies and TV) Go to
  • Practical judgement and normativity Go to
  • practical philosophy Go to
  • Pre-Gratian Canon Law Collections, focusing on the influence of patristic texts and Roman Law sources Go to
  • Properties and Relations Go to
  • Protestant theology Go to
  • Psychophysiology of the perception of time and duration Go to
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  • Reductionism in biology Go to
  • Reduction problems Go to
  • religion and science Go to
  • Religion in Late Antiquity Go to
  • Renaissance studies Go to
  • Repetitive structure Go to
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  • Science of Education Go to
  • Scientific and cultural exchanges between Islam and the West Go to
  • Scientific realism Go to
  • Semantics of general terms Go to
  • Semantics/Pragmatics: Presuppositions and Conventional Implicatures; Assertion Go to
  • Social studies of science and technology Go to
  • Sociology of Knowledge Go to
  • Source and institutional history of canon law, particularly concerning the 11th and 13th century Go to
  • Space, Time, and Matter Go to
  • Sufficient statistics Go to
  • Symmetries of Nature Go to
  • Systematic theology Go to
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  • The Metaphysics of Time Go to
  • The nature of purpose and intentions Go to
  • theoretical philosophy Go to
  • Theoretical philosophy Go to
  • Theories of mental content Go to
  • Theories of reference Go to
  • Theory of Complexity and Computability Go to
  • Theory of decision, preference and risk Go to
  • Theory of knowledge (epistemetrics as a quantitative approach in theoretical epistemology) Go to
  • Theory of reference Go to
  • Theory of (theoretical and practical) rationality Go to
  • The philosohy of creativity Go to
  • The philosophy of F. P. Ramsey Go to
  • The philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein Go to
  • The philosophy of religion Go to
  • The philosophy of Wittgenstein Go to
  • The philosophy of Wittgenstein Go to
  • The pragmatic theory of action of Erlanger constructivism Go to
  • The relationships of the natural and social sciences with religion Go to
  • The theory-observation relation in science Go to
  • Transcendental philosophy Go to
  • Transformations of the Uses of the Body Go to
  • Transmission of Greek to Arabic philosophy Go to
  • Truth and Epistemology Go to
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  • Universal grammar theory Go to
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  • value theory and metaethics Go to
  • Value theory - formal and substantive analysis of value Go to
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  • Women studies/gender studies Go to

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