Teaching

My teaching experience spans a variety of subjects in philosophy: these include philosophy of mind, philosophy of psychology, epistemology, philosophy of language, political philosophy, and philosophy of science. While I consider teaching to be an intrinsic part of my own research in philosophy, my courses are always student-oriented. I am a committed instructor dedicated to fostering independent thinking in class, while also ensuring my students’ understanding of the course material.

My ultimate goal in teaching philosophy is to help my students think seriously about philosophical issues for themselves. Intellectual respect and intellectual honesty are central values in my classes. Providing a solid philosophical foundation and fostering intellectual autonomy are two pillars of my classes.

Currrent Teaching

  • SS2016

    Externalism: World, Mind and Meaning

    Upper division course in philosophy of mind, University of Graz

    SYLLABUS

Teaching History - Primary Instructor

  • WS2016

    Wittgenstein

    Philosophical Investigations, text-interpretation, University of Graz

    SYLLABUS

  • SS2015

    Problems of the Self

    Upper division course in epistemology and philosophy of language, University of Graz

    SYLLABUS Kurse self

  • WS2014

    Varieties of Irrationality

    Upper division course in philosophy of mind and philosophy of psychology, University of Graz

    SYLLABUS Kurse irrationality

  • SS2014

    Introduction to Philosophy

    Proseminar course, University of Graz

    SYLLABUS INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY

  • WS2013

    Philosophy of Mind

    Vorlesung, University of Graz

    SYLLABUS PHIL MIND