Philosophy, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Technology, Technology Studies.
Theory, Philosophy, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Linguistics, Linguistics, Philosophy of Biology, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mathematics, Philosophy of Science, Gay, Lesbian, Queer, Sexuality, Evolution, Ecology, Horror, Philosophy of Computation, Computational Complexity, Economics, Representation.
I am a philosopher at the University of Kassel, Germany. I work primarily in epistemology, philosophy of science and of mind. My research includes work on modern animal sciences, philosophy and pop culture and the role of plausibility in context of scientific knowledge.
Romanticism, eighteenth-century literature, 19th-century literature, poetry and poetics, history and philosophy of science
Romantic literature, philosophy and science; the 1790s and its aftermath; German Idealism; Theory, especially deconstruction.
Vassil Vidinsky is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski.” He is the head of the MA Program “History of Philosophy and Contemporary Philosophy” and a member of the East European Network for Philosophy of Science. His main fields of study include Early Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and Philosophy of Culture. His most recent book is Случайности. Историческа типология [Contingencies. A Historical Typology](SUP, 2017).
I specialize in late eighteenth- to early twentieth-century Spanish literature, philosophy, and culture, including Enlightenment thought, interdisciplinary nineteenth-century studies, philosophy of science and the body, Gender Studies, social history of ideas in medicine, modernist aesthetics, and the avant-garde.
Academic at History and Philosophy of Science, @ Bulent Ecevit Uni., Turkey. Copywriter, Artoholic, Bibliomaniac. My motto: “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” – Aristotle
Hi! I am a postdoc at the Physical Geography unit of Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel. Since my Master I work with prehistoric and classical archaeologists in different research projects mainly in central Europe, Greece, and Turkey. Together we investigate human-society-landscape-environment interactions. My main methodological tools are quantitative spatial analyses using models as heuristic devices. Besides landscape archeology, I am interested in (critical physical) geography, reproducible research, philosophy of science, inter-, and transdisciplinarity.