Author Archives: Sophie Loidolt

About Sophie Loidolt

Since Oct 2011, Dr Loidolt has been Assistant Professor ("Post-Doc Universitätsassistentin") at the Philosophy Department of the University of Vienna. She is interested in the crucial relevance that experience and subjectivity/consciousness have in the epistemological (theoretical) as well as the ethical and political (practical) field: This involves questions on methodology and epistemological justification in discussion with other approaches (e. g. Philosophy of Mind) as well as explorations of the First-Person-Perspective in the context of intersubjectivity, plurality and alterity.

Hannah Arendt on Plurality, Spaces of Meaning, and Integrity

The following paper was presented at Saints and Madmen: Integrity at its Limits, at the Einstein Forum in June 2014.

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