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philosophy educator

Markus Andreas Werning, German philosophy educator. Excellency fellow German National Scholarship Foundation, Bonn, 1994-1998, Overseas fellow German National Scholarship Foundation, Bonn, 1997-1998.

Background

Werning, Markus Andreas was born on November 3, 1970 in Tübingen, Germany. Son of Wolfgang G.O. and Anne Marie Werning.

Education

Master of Arts in Philosophy, Free University Berlin, 1999. Master in Physics, Free University Berlin, 1999. Doctor of Philosophy, Free University Berlin, 2004.

Career

Teaching assistant Free University Berlin, 1994-1997. Research scholar Rutgers University, 1997-1998. Manager in charge Berlin Colloquium Philosophy and Cognitive Science, since 1999.

Docent Erfurt (Germany) University, 2000—2002. Assistant professor Heinrich-Heine University, Duesseldorf, Germany, since 2002. Advisory board German National Scholarship Foundation, since 1998.

Works

Membership

Activist German-Israel Friendship. Member American Philosophical Association, Association for the Science Study Consciousness, American Association for Artificial Intelligence, Aristotelian Society, Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie, Cognitive Science Society (organizer of the conference, Aspects Compositionality, Paris-Dûsseldorf, 2004).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    African art, music, script writing.

Connections

father:
Wolfgang G.O.

mother:
Anne Marie Werning