Nadja El Kassar, Dr.
Philosophy of Mind
Philosophy of Perception
Postdoc at Chair of Theoretical Philosophy, University Zurich
08/2013 – 07/2019
Postdoc at the Chair for Philosophy with Particular Emphasis on Practical Philosophy, ETH Zürich; associated member of the Centre for the History of Knowledge
01/2017 – 07/2017
Visiting Research Scholar, Columbia University in the City of New York
PhD at the University of Potsdam (Towards a Theory of Epistemically Significant Perception)
03/2012 – 07/2013
Research Assistant, Chair for Ethics and Aesthetics, University of Potsdam
05/2009 – 03/2012
PhD scholarship of the German State Scholarship (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes)
01/2008 – 07/2009
Research Assistant, Chair for Practical Philosophy, TU Dortmund
08/2003 – 11/2007
Studies of English and Philosophy (for teaching at High Schools), Technical University of Dortmund (First State Examination)
The Place of Intellectual Self-Trust in Theories of Epistemic Advantages
Journal of Social Philosophy, 51 (1): 7–26, 2020.
Authenticity and the Significance of Self-Knowledge and Self-Ignorance In Authenticity
Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Philosophy, Psychology, and Psychiatry, ed. G. Brüntrup, M. Reder, and L. Giestl. Springer, forthcoming.
What Ignorance Really Is. Examining the Foundations of Epistemology of Ignorance
Social Epistemology, 32 (5): 300–310, 2018.
Towards a Theory of Epistemically Significant Perception: How We Relate to the World
Ideen & Argumente, Berlin ; Boston: De Gruyter, 2015.