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Dr. Ariane Schneck

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Dr. Ariane Schneck

Telephone
+49 521 106-4666
Room
Gebäude X A4-201

SPECIALIZATION

  • AOS: Early Modern Philosophy (esp. Descartes and Elisabeth of Bohemia)
  • AOC: Philosophy of Mind (esp. Philosophy of Emotions), Feminist Philosophy, Aesthetics

EDUCATION

  • HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY BERLIN, Germany, Ph.D., Philosophy, 2012-2019
    Dissertation: Freedom in Descartes
    Advisor: Dominik Perler
    Fellowship: Leibniz-Prize Project "Transformationen des Geistes" led by Dominik Perler

    Visiting Student (VSRC) at Princeton University, USA, Feb. 2014-April 2015
    Grants: Caroline von Humboldt "International Research Award", DAAD

 

  • LMU MUNICH, Germany, M.A., 2005-2011
    Thesis: Die innere Struktur des kartesischen Cogito
    Advisor: Axel Hutter

    Visiting Student at Université Paris X (Nanterre), France, Sept. 2017-Aug. 2008
    Grant: ERASMUS

APPOINTMENTS

• LMU Munich, Germany
Visiting Full Professor, Department of Philosophy, Oct. 2021-March 2022

• BIELEFELD UNIVERSITY, Germany
Lecturer ("Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin" of Michaela Rehm), Department of Philosophy, Oct. 2018 - present

• HAMBURG UNIVERSITY, Germany
Lecturer ("Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin" of Stephan Schmid), Department of Philosophy, Oct. 2017 - Sept. 2018


ARTICLES

  • “Descartes’ Conception of Freedom: Between Voluntarism and Intellectualism,” forthcoming in: Sonja Schierbaum, Jörn Müller (ed.): Voluntarism in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy. London/New York: Routledge 2023. 
  • “Elisabeth of Bohemia’s Neo-Peripatetic Account of the Emotions,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Volume 27, Issue 4, June 2019, 753-770.
  • “Gewissen und Bewusstsein am Übergang zum 18. Jahrhundert,” in: Simon Bunke, Katerina Mihaylova (ed.): Gewissen. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf das 18. Jahrhundert. Würzburg 2015, 39-52. 

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