Doctoral Workshops

In 2007 the Society for Analytic Philosophy (GAP) introduced a new means for promoting young researchers. In small workshops, German-speaking doctoral students working in related fields will present the theses and interim results of their ongoing doctoral projects and discuss them with experienced advisors.

Doctoral workshop 2017

on philosophy of science, organised by Torsten Wilholt, Uljana Feest, and Mathias Frisch in cooperation with the GAP, May 12–13, 2017, Leibniz University Hannover. Deadline for submissions: April 23, 2017. For further information, see here

Past workshops

The following is an overview of past doctoral workshops.

Doctoral workshop 2015/16

Ralf Stoecker (Bielefeld) and Christian Neuhäuser (Dortmund) hosted the doctoral workshop 2015/16 in Bielefeld in May 2016.

Doctoral workshop 2014

on epistemology and related topics in semantics, philosophy of mind and social philosophy, organised by Elke Brendel and Thomas Grundmann, November 14–15, Bonn University

Doctoral workshop 2013

on metaphysics, organised by Tobias Rosefeldt and Thomas Krödel, November 15–16, HU Berlin

Doctoral workshop 2012

on the topic »Fundamental Questions in Moral Philosophy«, organised by Peter Schaber and Andreas Cassee, December 13–15, University of Zurich

Doctoral workshop 2011

on the topic »Science and the Human Image«, organised by Nikola Kompa, Achim Stephan and Sven Walter, September 26–28, Osnabrück University

Doctoral workshop 2010

on the topic »Meta-Ethics and Normative Ethics«, organised by Neil Roughley, November 11–13, Duisburg-Essen University

Doctoral workshop 2009

with the theme »Mind Knowledge Language«, organised by Christian Nimtz, November 20–22, Erlangen-Nürnberg University

Doctoral workshop 2008

on the topic »Philosophy of Language and Analytic Metaphysics«, organised by Hans Rott, September 25–27, Regensburg University

Doctoral workshop 2007

on theory of action and related topics from philosophy of mind, decision-making and rationality, metaphysics, and practical philosophy, organised by Geert Keil and Ralf Stöcker, October 10–12, RWTH Aachen