I’m a just-graduated student of Philosophy, I speak italian, english and german. I read and study expecially German Philosophy and Critical Theory
I am 29 years old and from Copenhagen, Denmark. Currently, I am employed as a Ph.D. Fellow in the Department of Philosophy and the History of Ideas, School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University (Denmark). I work with German philosophy in the 19th century and more specifically the reception of Hegel, especially the Young Hegelians, but also the political and institutional reception of Hegel in a socio-economic and political context. Areas of specialisation G. W. F. Hegel, Hegelianism, and the contemporary reception of Hegel; German Idealism; Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; the intellectual history of Marxism, circa 1850-1970. Areas of competence/interest Philosophy of science, especially the social sciences; philosophy of history and history of philosophy; German 19th century philosophy in general; the Frankfurt School (1st generation) and Critical Theory; ancient philosophy, mainly Aristotle; “classical” political philosophy (from Plato to Marx); the institutionalisation of systems of thought; digital humanities and text-as-data methods for political theory and philosophy research.
German literature and philosophy, Modern Art
Romanticism, lyric poetry, Idealist philosophy, philosophy of language, modern military theory
Modern Italian literature, theater, philosophy (German idealism, aesthetics), comparative modernisms/transnational modernisms, translation, performance
Romantic literature, philosophy and science; the 1790s and its aftermath; German Idealism; Theory, especially deconstruction.
Contemporary literature, German literature, multilingualism, translation theory, philosophy of language, cross-cultural autobiography, psychoanalysis
Am a Philosopher and Independent scholar. Am devoted to private and independent research in philosophy, in the still sanctuary of solitude. I consider myself an Independent philosopher. Independently seeking more knowledge through autonomous learning in philosophy. My conception of philosophy is in tune with Socratic dictum ” philosophy as love of wisdom“. In the academic sense, I find inspiration from the continental traditional. I philosophize on a wide range of Philosophical issues and problems with keen interest in Metaphysics, German Idealism, Existentialism and Philosophy of Religion.
Greek and Roman Drama and Theater; Aeschylus; Euripides and the Trojan War; Vergil; The Classical Tradition in Literature and the Arts; German Classicism (Goethe, Schiller, Kleist); Philosophy and Literature
Our striving for knowledge is a declaration of love. By gaining wisdom we are loved in return. – Claus Janew lives in Dresden and Bonn, Germany, and has been an independent researcher in philosophy for 28 years. He discovered the infinitesimality structure, an explanation of both consciousness and reality being a direct solution to the problem of free will. The basics have been published in German and English journals. A comprehensive book about his new metaphysics has been published in German, furthermore a self-help guide and a metaphysical dialogue.