Dr M.J. van Stee (Annemarie)

Teacher - Philosophy of Mind and Language
Teacher Ambassador - Radboud Teaching and Learning Centre

Dr M.J. van Stee (Annemarie)
Visiting address

Erasmusplein 1

Postal address

Postbus 9103

Annemarie van Stee is a philosopher with two areas of expertise. The first concerns themes in ethics that don’t revolve around morality: love, meaning in life, well-being and suffering. The second concerns philosophy’s role in interdisciplinary cooperation, particularly with behavioral sciences. In most of what she does, Van Stee combines these two research interests.

For her PhD (Leiden, 2017), Van Stee received the Keetje Hodshon Prize 2020, awarded by the Royal Holland Society of Science and Humanities (KHMW). This prize is awarded once every four years in the category ‘philosophy or theology’, to one dissertation defended in the Netherlands in the intermittent years. A book based on that dissertation came out in 2022, with Palgrave MacMillan: 'Love and Selfhood. Self-Understanding through Philosophy and Cognitive Neuroscience'.

Annemarie van Stee coordinates the multidisciplinary minor Well-Being and Society. She also serves as teaching ambassador for her faculty. One of her priorities as teaching ambassador is to enable teaching personnel at Radboud University to participate in structured peer group reflection ('intervisie' in Dutch). Peer group reflection fosters the professional development of teachers and their sense of connectedness to each other.




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