Conferment of the life-time status as civil servant
Official conferment of independence in research and instruction (through the Dean of the Philosophical Fac-ulty II at the Julius Maximilian University Wuerzburg)
Since September 2008
Academic Lecturer at the Institute for Philosophy at the Julius Maximilian University Wuerzburg
Since February 2008
Member of the selection committee of the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes)
1st place in the application for the guest chair of philosophy at Ulm University
- Humboldt Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (HSZ)
Winter 2005/6 until Winter 2007/8
Lecturer at Ulm University - Humboldt Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (HSZ)
Recipient of the Lower-Franconian Memorial Science Prize (for the dissertation)
February 2003 until August 2008
Scientific Assistant at the Chair for Philosophy 1 (theoretical philosophy) at the Julius Maximilian University Wuerzburg
Completion of doctoral studies upon the Philosophical Faculty III of the Julius Maximilian University Wuerzburg (summa cum laude)
Topics of the disputatio:
September 2000 until September 2003
- Dissertation: "The phenomenological text. A study of Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger and Franz Kafka"
- The systematic placement of the proof of God's existence in the epistemology of René Descartes
- Arthur Schopenhauer's phenomenology of morality
General Secretary of the German Society for Phenomenological Research (Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer phaenomenologische Forschung - DGPF)
February 1997 until January 2003
Advanced Reasearch Assistant at the Chair for Philosophy 1 (theoretical philosophy) at the Julius Maximilian University Wuerzburg
First State Examination in advanced secondary education (gymnasium), competed with honours: Philosophy, German, Educational Studies.
Topic of the examination thesis:
"Wilhelm von Humboldt's philosophy of language.
On the unity of language and thought, aesthetics and anthropology"
Stay in England (Hilderstone College, Boadstairs, Kent), under the auspices of the German National Academic Foundation
January 1993 until August 1996
Research Assistant at the Institute for Philosophy, University of Trier
October 1992 until June 1993
Research Assistant at the Institute for Medieval History, University of Trier
Summer 1992 until Summer 1996
Study of Philosophy, German, History and Educational Sciences at the University of Trier
Examination in Latin
Selected for membership in the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes)
Winter 1990/91 until Summer 1996
Study of German and history at the University of Trier
Abitur at the Goethe-Gymnasium Bad Ems (education requirements for university acceptance)
*October 21, 1970 in Munich, Germany
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