|Institution||Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and the Study of Religion - Chair of Philosophy and Decision Theory|
|Remuneration group||BesGr A13|
|Full-time / Part-time||Full-time (100%)|
|Start date||As soon as possible (limited to three years with the possibility of extension for another three years)|
The Chair in Philosophy and Decision Theory, held by Christian List, is devoted to the study of foundational questions in decision and social choice theory, formal epistemology and formal ethics, the philosophy of mind and action, and the philosophy of the social sciences. The work of the Chair has an interdisciplinary orientation, emphasizing the exchange of ideas with researchers from neighbouring fields, including in the sciences and social sciences. The Chair’s areas of research and teaching can be subdivided into three broadly defined subfields, with some overlap between them:
The Chair is part of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, which offers a world-class environment for research in formally oriented areas of philosophy. Furthermore, LMU’s Faculty of Philosophy has significant strengths across a wide range of different areas of philosophy, theoretical as well as practical, contemporary as well as historical.
Under certain conditions, the post-holder can be appointed as an Akademischer Rat auf Zeit (i.e., temporary civil servant status at A13 level, which requires a completed doctoral degree); otherwise, the salary will be calculated according to group E 13 TVL-employment.
Successful applicants will also have funds available to attend workshops and conferences.
Applications from women are encouraged.
Also possible in a part-time capacity.People with disabilities who are equally as qualified as other applicants will receive preferential treatment.
Applications should be entirely written in English and should include:
These materials should be collated into a single PDF document and sent to the chair's administration (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 27.2.2023. The subject line of the email should be “Academic job application”.
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