Camilla Serck-Hanssen

Professor - Examen Philosophicum
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Visiting address Georg Morgenstiernes Hus
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I did my PhD at The University of California, San Diego (1996) with a thesis on Kant's concept of apperception. My supervisor was Henry E.Allison. My main area of research is still in the history of philosophy (1600-1800) and Kant in particular. More recently I have started to work in the fields of Military Ethics and Conceptual Engineering.

Together with Herman Cappelen and Øystein Linnebo I am a co-leader of the project "Conceptual Engineering"  (funded through summer 2021 by the Norwegian Research Council) and of ConceptLab

 

I am the President of the Norwegian Kant Society and Co-editor of Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie. In 2015-16 I was group leader for the  research project "Disclosing the Fabric of Reality- The Possibilty of Metaphysics in the Age of Science" (funded by Center for Advanced Study). 

In 2017-2018 I was Vice President of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and have served on a number of boards at the University of Oslo, as Head of Department and Dean of Research. I have also been engaged in external councils and boards: 

The Norwegian Press Complaints Commission (2002- 2017); from 2012 as Head of the Ethical Council for the Defence sector (https://forsvarsetikk.no) which deals with ethical challenges in the defence sector.

From August 2018 I will be on leave from my position at IFIKK to serve as Scientific Director at CAS (https://cas.oslo.no).

From May 2019 I serve as the Head of the Portfolio Board for Social science and Humanities at the Research Council of Norway (https://www.forskningsradet.no/en/about-the-research-council/eng-oppgaver-og-organisering/portefoljestyrer/)

 

 

 

 

Tags: Philosophy, History of philosophy 1600-1800, Kant, Conceptual Engineering, Ethics of War
Published Dec. 14, 2010 2:54 PM - Last modified May 22, 2019 4:26 PM

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