About

My interest lies in applying the phenomenological method(s) to phenomena which escape immediate perception or in which perception always already takes place. As a first attempt, I applied Edmund Husserl’s theory of thing-perception, Martin Heidegger’s concept of region and attunement, and Günter Figal’s theory of the inconspicuous/inapparent to weather phenomena for my Master’s thesis.

Education

PhD, Philosophy, Stony Brook University, 2017- MA, Philosophy, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, 2017. BA, Philosophy, Universität Wien, 2015.

Upcoming Talks and Conferences

“Feeling, Seeing, Breathing Air? Experiencing the (In-)Conspicuousness of Air” at Cultural Histories of Air and Illness, University of Warwick,  8–9 June 2018.

Memberships

Center for the Study of Inequality, Social Justice and Policy German Society for Philosophy German Society for Phenomenological Research

Maximilian Hepach

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