I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Radboud University in the Netherlands. Prior to that, I was research fellow (PI) at the University of Jena working on the project funded by the German Research Foundation (Between Biology and Ethics. The Concept of Drive in Classical German Philosophy), lecturer at the University of Wuppertal and a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Munich. I completed my doctoral studies in 2016 at the University of Munich.
I work primarily in the history of philosophy, focusing on Kant and Post-Kantian philosophy, especially German Idealism and Schopenhauer. In 2016 my book on the influence of Kant and German Idealists on Schopenhauer was published.
You can find my work on academia.
PhD: LMU Munich (2016, Supervisor: Prof. Günter Zöller)
Visiting Scholar: KU Leuven (SS 2017, Sponsor: Prof. Karin de Boer)
Visiting Scholar: Brown University (SS 2018, Sponsor: Prof. Paul Guyer)
Postdoc: LMU Munich (2017-2019)
Lecturer: University of Wuppertal (2020-2021)
Research Fellow (PI): University of Jena (January – April 2022)
Assistant Professor: Radboud University Nijmegen (since May 2022)