M. Valkovic MA (Martina)
Guest researcher - Philosophy of Mind and Language
6525 HT NIJMEGEN
6500 HD NIJMEGEN
My area of research are theories of cultural evolution, as well as their relation to evolutionary biology. I am interested in how these cultural evolutionary theories conceptualise culture, society and social causation, and in the implications of these ways of conceptualising. In this way, my research is at the intersection of social philosophy and philosophy of biology. My interests also include cooperation and its evolution, institutions, the nature of collective agents, research ethics and philosophy of food.
Research assistant (doctoral candidate) in the ANR-DFG project The Explanatory Scope of Generalized Darwinism: Towards Criteria for Evolutionary Explanations Outside Biology (GenDar)
(15 September 2020)
Institute of Philosophy, Leibniz University Hannover