Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Practical Philosophy, Social Philosophy & Center for Human Studies and Social Change - Rahel Jaeggi

Livia von Samson

Kontakt

 

E-Mail: livia.samson(at)hu-berlin.de

Unter den Linden 6, Raum 3042c

 

Postanschrift:

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Institut für Philosophie

Unter den Linden 6

10099 Berlin

 

Office hours: Wednesdays 01:00pm-02:00pm during the semester. Please e-mail me to make an appointment.


About


I’m a PhD candidate and junior faculty member (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin) at Humboldt University in Berlin. Prior to this, I studied philosophy and music in Heidelberg, Berlin (Humboldt University and University of Arts), and Oxford.

My primary interests lie in social and political philosophy, feminism, and epistemology (and their various intersections). I’m particularly interested in the family and feminist critiques of the family.

 

Publications

  • »Ästhetik nach Adorno. Positionen zur Gegenwartskunst« Co-editor, with Robin Becker and David Hagen, Verbrecher Verlag, 2022.

Talks (Selection)

  • »Is Immanent Critique Possible?« 11. Kongress der Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 13.09.2022.
  • »The Metanormative Foundations of Immanent Critique«, 11th Humboldt-Princeton Graduate Conference in Philosophy, HU Berlin, 20.08.2022.
  • »Family Abolition: From Capitalism to Communized Care«, Villanova University Graduate Conference, 9.4.2022 (online).
  • »Allyship vs. Solidarity«, MANCEPT-Workshop ›The Uses of Solidarity‹ University of Manchester, 10.09.2021 (online).
  • »Hegels Theorie der Familie und die Methode eines materialistischen Feminismus« Workshop ›Materialistischer Feminismus‹, SWIP Germany, 16.6.2021 (online).
  • »Shame as Ideology Critique?« Workshop ›Philosophische Auseinandersetzungen mit Rassismus‹, AG Feministische Philosophie, HU Berlin, 16.4.2021 (online).
  • »Hermeneutical Justice, Critical Genealogy and Emancipatory Change«, Ockham Society, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, 22.5.2020.
  • »Why Does History Matter?« Graduate Seminar, St. Peter’s College, University of Oxford, 19.5.2020.
  • »What is Feminist Philosophy?« Graduate Seminar, St. Peter’s College, University of Oxford, 11.2019.
  • »Musikalische Erkenntnis? Überlegungen zur Bedeutung Neuer Musik«, ›Musik und Ästhetik‹, 31. Symposium des Dachverbandes der Studierenden der Musikwissenschaften, 10.11.2018.


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