Video online - Public Talk "Das Unbewusste in der gegenwärtigen 

Psychologie" 

July 3, 2019

At the University of Hamburg, I presented my research on the unconscious in contemporary psychology focussing on implicit bias and repression.

Newspaper Interview (WAZ, in German) 

June 2, 2018

I was interviewed by the WAZ about my research on implicit bias and repression.

Outreach: talks

2018

Here is a list of talks I gave in 2018 for non-philosophy audiences:

  • Verein für Lebenslanges Lernen (Essen): "Das Unbewusste in der gegenwärtigen Psychologie - Unbewusste Vorurteile, Verdrängung und warum wir alle eine Therapie brauchen"

  • Dept. of Systems Biology & Bioinformatics at Uni Rostock: "Can cells cause behaviors of organisms? - Why philosophers think that interlevel-causation is problematic and how we can solve these problems"

  • Dept. of Biophysics at Uni Bremen: "Can cells cause behaviors of organisms? - Why philosophers think that interlevel-causation is problematic and how we can solve these problems"

Keynote lecture at Junglehrertag NRW 2019

March 30, 2019

I had the great opportunity to present the topic of implicit bias, their influence on behavior, and what to do against it to a great audience of young teachers.  

Press release: How humans repress prejudices

May 16, 2018

A press release by the RUB press department on the publication of my paper "Are the States Underlying Implicit Bias Unconscious? - A Neo-Freudian Answer". The German version can be found here.

Radio Interview (WDR5, in German) 

July 6, 2018

I had a live interview in the radio show Neugier genügt about implicit bias and unconscious prejudice.

Video online: public talk "Can Cells Cause Behaviors of Organisms?"

May 11, 2018

​I was invited by the Department for Biophysics in Bremen to give a talk in their public lecture series. In the talk, I discuss the question whether biological parts and wholes can causally interact, why philosophers think that that's impossible, and why I think that part-whole causation would be good to have and how we can have it.

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