Publications

JOURNAL EDITING:

Issue of Analytic Philosophy (edited by David Sosa) on Perceptual Experience and Empirical Rationality, as editorial assistant (2018).

CO‐EDITED BOOKS:

Fedock, R., M. Kühler, R. Rosenhagen (eds.) (2021): Love, Justice, and Autonomy: Philosophical Perspectives. New York/London: Taylor and Francis/Routledge

Brosow, Frank & R. Rosenhagen (eds.) (2013): Moderne Theorien Praktischer Rationalität. Zur Wirklichkeit und Wirkungsweise des praktischen Sollens. Münster: mentis. [English title: Modern Theories of Practical Rationality. The Existence and Nature of the Practical Ought]

ESSAYS:

Philosophical Health, Nonviolent Just Communication, and Epistemic Justice” (2023, forthcoming), in: de Miranda, L. (ed.) Philosophical Health. Thinking as a Way of Healing, Bloomsbury.

Love and its Object: Weil, Murdoch, and Bhakti” (2023, in preparation), in: Göcke, B. & Medhananda, S. (eds.): Panentheism in Indian and Western Thought: Cosmopolitan Interventions. Routledge

Kern, the Two Capacity View, and Paradigmatic Exercises of Rationality” (2023, forthcoming), in: Beck, O. & M. Vuletić (eds.): Empirical Reason and Sensory Experience. Springer.
This is a short response piece to “The Knowledge View of Perception. Capacities, Opportunities and Hindrances for Perceptual Knowledge” – a paper given by Andrea Kern at the PEER conference 2021 in Pittsburgh. In it, I criticize Kern’s argument against what she calls the Two Capacity View (TCV). TCV is the view that generally, perception is a capacity that enables subjects to gain perceptual knowledge and that this capacity involves two sub-capacities: one for perception and one for judgment. In this piece, I provide reasons to doubt the second step of her three-step argument, show a way in which defenders of TCV can resist the its step, along with her notion of what we should take paradigmatic exercises of reason to be.

Neither a Science nor a Universal Message. The Question of the Philosophical Relevance of the Bhagavadgītā” (book chapter / conference proceedings; submitted and accepted).

Iris Murdoch: Love as Just Attention” (2023, forthcoming), in: Hay, C. & C. Martin (eds.) Philosophy of Love and Sex. Oxford University Press.

Murdochian Presentationalism, Autonomy, and the Ideal Lovers’ Pledge” (2021), in: Fedock, R., M. Kühler, & R. Rosenhagen (eds.): Love, Justice, and Autonomy. Philosophical Perspectives. Taylor and Francis/Routledge.

Introduction” (2020, with R. Fedock & M. Kühler), in: Fedock, R., M. Kühler, & R. Rosenhagen (eds.): Love, Justice, and Autonomy. Philosophical Perspectives. Taylor and Francis/Routledge.

Toward Virtue: Love, Just Attention, and Moral Progress through Friendship” (2019), in:  Love and Justice, Claremont Studies in Philosophy of Religion, Conference 2016, edited by I. U. Dalferth and T. Kimball, Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck.

Norwood Russell Hanson’s Account of Experience. An Untimely Defense” (2019), in: Synthese, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-019-02395-3.

On Linkages. Comments on Gupta” (2018), in: Analytic Philosophy 59 (1), https://doi.org/10.1111/phib.12121

Thin Looks and Concepts. Comments on Brewer” (2018), in: Analytic Philosophy 59 (1), https://doi.org/10.1111/phib.12124.

Rational Responses to Ubiquitous Hijacking? Comments on Siegel” (2018), in: Analytic Philosophy 59 (1), https://doi.org/10.1111/phib.12115.

Physikalismus, Pragmatismus und die Frage nach dem Anfang. Zu Stemmers Konzeption des normativen Müssens”, in: Brosow, F. & R. Rosenhagen (2013): 297-328.

[ENGLISH: Physicalism, Pragmatism, and the Question Where to Begin. Stemmer’s Conception of the Normative “Must”]

Einleitung” (with Frank Brosow), in: Brosow, F. & R. Rosenhagen (2013): 1-17. [ENGLISH: Introduction]

Fleck und Hegel über Wahrheit als Station in einer Entwicklung”, in: Egloff, R. and J. Fehr (eds.) (2011): Vérité, Widerstand, Development: At Work With / Arbeiten mit / Travailler avec Ludwik Fleck. Zürich: Collegium Helveticum, Vol. 12, 157-167. [ENGLISH: Fleck and Hegel on Truth as a Station of a Development]

Omnipotence, Omniscience, and God’s Right” (with A. Brückner, J. Lührmann, M. Pohl), in: Mößner, N., S. Schmoranzer, C. Weidemann, (eds.): (2007) Richard Swinburne: Christian Philosophy in a Modern World. Frankfurt/Main: Ontos. (= 11. Münstersche Vorlesungen zur Philosophie)

Realist and Idealist Interpretations of Brandom’s Account of Objectivity” (with M. Pohl, A. Weber), in: Prien, B. & D. Schweikardt (Hg.) (2007): Robert Brandom. Analytic Pragmatist. Frankfurt/Main: Ontos. (= 10. Münstersche Vorlesungen zur Philosophie 2006)

Experience Becoming Fully Literate – van Fraassen on the Verge of Constructivism” (with M. I. Kaiser, C. Suhm), in: Berg-Hildebrand, A. & C. Suhm (eds.) (2006): Bas C. van Fraassen. The Fortunes of Empiricism. Frankfurt/Main: Ontos, 69-80. (= 9. Münstersche Vorlesungen zur Philosophie 2005)

Indexical Truth and Anti-Metaphysical Inclinations – Getting Rid of the Remnants of Realism”, in: Berg-Hildebrand, A. & C. Suhm (eds.) (2006): Bas C. van Fraassen. The Fortunes of Empiricism. Frankfurt/Main: Ontos, 81–92. (= 9. Münstersche Vorlesungen zur Philosophie 2005)

Probleme der Religionsphilosophie Franz von Kutscheras“ (with A. Karakus, M. Pohl, D. Steinke), in: Halbig, C. & C. Weidemann (eds.) (2005): Franz von Kutschera: Analytische Philosophie jenseits des Materialismus. Münster: Lit Verlag, 105-116. (= Münsteraner Vorlesungen zur Philosophie, Bd. 7) [ENGLISH: Problems of Franz von Kutschera’s Philosophy of Religion]

Pragmatism, Realism, and Science” (with M. Backmann, A. Berg-Hildebrand, M. I. Kaiser, M. Pohl, C. Suhm, R. Velten), in: Vieth, Andreas (eds.) (2004): Richard Rorty. His Philosophy Under Discussion. Heusenstamm bei Frankfurt: Ontos, 65-78. (= 8. Münstersche Vorlesungen zur Philosophie)

TRANSLATIONS:

Aus Gründen handeln – ein Vorschlag auf Graswurzelebene” for Ralf Stoecker (from English), in: Brosow, Frank & T. Raja Rosenhagen (eds.) (2013): Moderne Theorien Praktischer Normativität. Zur Wirklichkeit und Wirkungsweise des praktischen Sollens. Münster: mentis, 36-58. [Original English title: Acting for Reasons–A Grass Root Approach]


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