#philosophy

Arts & Humanities

Wilfried Hinsch und Susanne Brandtstädter über „Gefährliche Forschung“

Welchen Einfluss haben wissenschaftliche Innovationen auf unseren Alltag? Was macht neue Erkenntnisse potenziell „gefährlich“? Und welche Verantwortung tragen Forschende gegenüber der Öffentlichkeit? Über dies und mehr sprachen wir mit Wilfried Hinsch und Susanne Brandtstädter.

Arts & Humanities

Call for Manuscripts: History of Philosophy and Science

For a new political philosophy book series, we are looking for English-language manuscripts on the history of the engagement between philosophy and science.

Arts & Humanities

Call for Manuscripts: Transforming Political Philosophy

For an upcoming political philosophy book series, we are looking for English-language manuscripts that focus on marginalized philosophers and topics.

Politics & Society

Climate Justice: Why Developed Countries Should Pay for Past Emissions

Greenhouse gas emissions have provided a wealth of benefits to developed countries at the expense of developing ones. In light of this “unjust enrichment,” developed countries now have to recognize their duty of climate restitution towards developing countries.

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