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Scientific Advisors

Daniel Di Liscia

Daniel Di Liscia studied philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires with a specialization in the history of late medieval and early modern philosophy. With support first from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and later from the Antorchas Foundation, he completed his Ph.D. at the LMU München. He collaborated at the Munich Copernicus Edition and worked with the Kepler-Kommission in the Bavarian Academy of Sciences. He is a Postdoctoral fellow at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, in the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy. His research interests are in the history of philosophy and science from late medieval to early modern times. His focus lies on two branches of research: the history of Renaissance cosmology and the tradition of the “calculators”.

Email: d.diliscia@lrz.uni-muenchen.de

Links:

https://www.mcmp.philosophie.uni-muenchen.de/people/faculty/di_liscia_daniel/index.html

https://lmu-munich.academia.edu/DanielAntonioDiLiscia

 

Jos de Mul

Jos de Mul is professor in Philosophical Anthropology and its History at Erasmus School of Philosophy. He studied Philosophy in Utrecht and Amsterdam (MA) and he obtained his PhD at the University of Nijmegen. De Mul’s research focuses on the domains of philosophical anthropology, philosophy of art and culture, and the philosophy of information and communication technologies. He has published about thrirty books and more than two hundred twenty academic articles and book contributions. He also contributes on regular basis to leading national quality newspapers and weekly’s in The Netherlands, such as Trouw, de Volkskrant, NRC Handelsblad, Vrij Nederland and De Groene Amsterdammer. His work has been published and/or translated in more than a dozen languages.

Email: josdemul@gmail.com

Links:

https://www.eur.nl/people/jos-de-mul

http://eur.academia.edu/JDeMul

 

Katja Krause

Katja Krause is a historian of science and medicine, and a philosopher specializing in medieval thought and beyond. She received her PhD from King’s College London and was awarded a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, where she worked on a series of articles that examine the empirical turn of the thirteenth century that emerged from the appropriation of Averroes’ commentaries on the corpus Aristotelicum. She served as Assistant Professor in Medieval Thought at Durham University and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard Divinity School, supported by the Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften. Krause is currently Leader of the Max Planck Research Group “Experience in the Pre-Modern Sciences of Soul and Body, ca. 800-1650”, jointly with a professorship at the Technische Universität Berlin.

Email: kkrause@mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de

Links:

https://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/users/kkrause

http://mpiwg-berlin-mpg.academia.edu/KatjaKrause

 

Maurizio Ferraris

Maurizio Ferraris wrote more than sixty books that have been translated into several languages. He is a Full Professor of Philosophy at the University of Turin, the President of the LabOnt (Center for Ontology) and Deputy Rector for Humanities Research at the University of Turin. He is columnist for “La Repubblica” and for “Neue Zürcher Zeitung”. He is working for the realization of Scienza Nuova, the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University and the Polytechnic University of Turin. He is the Director of “Rivista di Estetica”, “Critique”, “Círculo Hermenéutico editorial” and “Revue francophone d’esthétique”.

Email: ferraris.ferraris@gmail.com

Links:

https://maurizioferraris.it/

http://www.academia.edu/Documents/in/Maurizio_Ferraris

 

Sara Barrena

Sara Barrena has a degree in Philosophy, a Master in Human Resources Management and a PhD in Philosophy. She is a writer, a translator, and the Coordinator of the "Peirce Studies Group" at the University of Navarra for more than twenty years. She has participated in several research projects, around the themes of pragmatism, Charles Peirce, Karl Popper, the interdisciplinarity from the philosophy of science and the new tecnologies. 

Email: sbarrena@unav.es

Links:

http://www.unav.es/gep/sbarrena.html

 

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