Dr. Christoph Schamberger

Humboldt University of Berlin
Department of Philosophy
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin, Germany

Tel.: +49 178 1877450
E-Mail: christoph.schamberger[at]web.de

Homepage at HU Berlin


Research Focus

Christoph Schamberger is concerned with deep disagreement that arises in political and ideological controversies. He works on examples from the debate about development aid, where he carves out the characteristics of political arguments and distinguishes them from philosophical arguments. He examines why such debates usually do not lead to agreement and why it is nevertheless reasonable to take part in them and press one's point of view.

Biography

Since 2014 Postdoctoral Researcher within the research group Deep Disagreements at Humboldt University of Berlin, Department of Philosophy

2015 – 2016 Visiting Professorship at Free University of Berlin, Department of Philosophy

2014 – 2015 Visiting Research Fellow at King's College London, Department of Philosophy

2012 – 2013 Research Assistant at Humboldt University of Berlin, Department of Philosophy

2012 Ph.D. in Philosophy at Humboldt University of Berlin | Thesis: Logik der Umgangssprache (Logic of Ordinary Language)

2006 – 2011 Research Assistant at the University of Passau, Department of Philosophy

1998 – 2006 M.A. studies in Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology at the University of Vienna and Free University of Berlin | Dissertation: Religiöse Erfahrung als Rechtfertigung des Glaubens (Religious Experience as Justification of Faith)

  • In cooperation with Kiel University