Michael Hampe
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Michael Hampe

Michael Hampe, born in 1961 in Hanover, studied philosophy, literature, psychology and biology in Heidelberg and Cambridge. After professorships in Dublin, Kassel and Bamberg, he has been Professor of Philosophy at the ETH Zurich since 2003. He lives in Freiburg and Zurich. Most recently published by Hanser: Tunguska oder Das Ende der Natur (2011) and Die Lehren der Philosophie (2014).

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The Wilderness, the Soul, Nothingness

The Wilderness, the Soul, Nothingness

How do we find real life? By retreating into untouched nature? After death, in immortality? Through the lives of our children? Michael Hampe explores these questions in order to stop them turning ...

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Tunguska or the Death of Nature

Tunguska or the Death of Nature

Climate change, environmental destruction, nutrition: all today's burning issues centre on nature. But what in fact do we mean when we talk about nature? What is it we are intent on protecting? ...

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A Perfect Life?

A Perfect Life?

Since the dawn of mankind, people have argued about what is the right and proper path to the perfect life. But is there such a thing as a universally applicable set of rules? Philosopher Michael ...

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A Perfect Life?

A Perfect Life?

Since the dawn of mankind, people have argued about what is the right and proper path to the perfect life. But is there such a thing as a universally applicable set of rules? Philosopher Michael ...

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Im Carl Hanser Verlag ist erschienen:
2009 Das vollkommene Leben. Vier Meditationen über das Glück
2011 Tunguska oder Das Ende der Natur
 
Weitere Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl):
2006 Erkenntnis und Praxis. Zur Philosophie des Pragmatismus
2006 Die Macht des Zufalls. Vom Umgang mit dem Risiko
2007 Eine kleine Geschichte des Naturgesetzbegriffs. Die Gesetze der Natur und die Handlungen des Menschen