Sebastian Köhler is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. There he teaches within the “Management, Philosophy & Economics” degree programme. Before joining the Frankfurt School, he was a Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter at the Universität Duisburg-Essen and a Lecturer at Princeton University. A major part of Köhler’s research so far has focused on meta-ethical questions surrounding normativity, at the intersection to the philosophies of Mind and Language. Currently he is interested in the concept of responsibility and surrounding concepts, such as the concept of personal identity. Köhler’s research has been published in internationally leading journals, such as The Journal of Philosophy, Ethics, Australasian Journal of Philosophy and Ratio.
Sebastian Köhler did his PhD at the University of Edinburgh and studied at the University of Bielefeld, the London School of Economics, and the University of Cambridge.
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|Freiheit und Demokratie||Bachelor||2017 SS|
|Lektüre klassischer und moderner philosophischer Texte - Politische Philosophie: J.S. Mill: On Liberty||Bachelor||2017 SS|