PD Dr. Hans Feger
Freie Universität Berlin
Institut für Philosophie
Habelschwerdter Allee 30
Tel: 030-838 55287
Fax: 030-838 59674
Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Philosophie
Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Deutsche Philologie
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Prof. Dr. Ole Döring
Professor of Sinology
Free University Berlin
Department of History and Cultural Studies Seminar
Tel. 030-838 57087
Director, SIGENET, Charité Medical University, Berlin. Professor Ole Döring (Ph.D. habil.) is a German Philosopher and Sinologist, with a specialty in the philosophy of culture and ethics. He started his work in Asia as a research scholar at Hong Kong University in 1996. Since then, he has taught at several universities, conducted research all over the continent, and organised many China-European conferences and training courses. He has received honorable appointments from Shanghai National Human Genome Center (2000), Dalian Medical University (2001), Changsha Shifan Daxue (2004); in 2002, he was elected Regional Representative in Western Europe for the Asian Bioethics Association (ABA). In 2009, he received as the first European an award from the Journal „Yixue yu Zhexue“ (Medicine and Philosophy) for his contribution to the advancement of ethics in medicine in China. His current research is focused on “Integrity and Adherence in Science and Medicine”, “Genetic Information: Epistemic, Organisational and Ethical Frameworks”, “Caring for the Elderly: Cultural Standards and Social Conditions for best Practice”, and a „Curriculum for Chinese Philosophy“.
His vast work is published widely. Ole Döring also plays an active role in engaging science-society interaction and has served as an advisor for several company and governmental bodies.
Dr. Philippe Brunozzi
University of Kassel
Department of Philosophy
Philippe Brunozzi is an assistant professor at the Philosophy Department of the University of Kassel (Germany). He has studied anthropology and sociology at the Université libre de Bruxelles as well as Chinese studies and philosophy at the University of Trier (Germany) and the University of Wuhan (PRC). His publications include Himmel – Erde – Mensch. Das Verhältnis des Menschen zur Wirklichkeit in der antiken chinesischen Philosophie as well as articles related to his interests in moral theory and social and political philosophy, he approaches from the perspective of classical and contemporary Chinese philosophy.
For further information see: http://globaleethik.wordpress.com/home/personen/philippe-brunozzi