Titus Stahl

Teaching

Courses taught

at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

2016/2017

  • Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (Minor) (Syllabus)
  • Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (Honours) (Syllabus)
  • Power, Oppression, and Justice (Syllabus)
  • Critical Theory
  • Social and Political Philosophy II (with Judith Vega)

2015/2016

  • Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (Honours) (Syllabus)
  • Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (Minor) (Syllabus)
  • Critical Theory
  • Social and Political Philosophy II (with Judith Vega)

2014/2015

  • Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (Honours) (Syllabus)
  • Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (Minor) (Syllabus)
  • Power, Oppression, and Justice (Syllabus)
  • Critical Theory (Syllabus)
  • Social and Political Philosophy II (with Judith Vega)

at Goethe University Frankfurt

Summer 2014

  • Hope (with Claudia Blöser)

Fall 2013

  • Philosophy and Economics (with Marcus Willaschek)
  • Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit (with Thomas Höwing)

Summer 2013

  • Kant, Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals
  • Neopragmatism and social theory (with Axel Honneth)

Fall 2012

  • Heidegger and post-analytic philosophy (with Kristina Lepold)
  • The Young Marx

Summer 2012

  • Philosophy of Law
  • The Young Hegel (with Daniel Loick)

Fall 2011

  • Power – Domination – Authority
  • The Moral Philosophy of T. M. Scanlon (with Andreas Maier)

Summer 2011

  • John Rawls: A Theory of Justice
  • Fichte: Grundlage des Naturrechts (Foundations of Natural Law)

Fall 2010

  • Analytical Marxism
  • Dialectics of the Enlightenment (with Julia Christ and Daniel Loick)

Summer 2010

  • Introduction to the Philosophy of the Social Sciences
  • Schelling: Das Wesen der menschlichen Freiheit (The Essence of Human Freedom; with Axel Honneth)

Fall 2009

  • Introduction to Metaethics
  • Charles Taylor’s Social Philosophy

Fall 2008

  • Normativity (with Rahel Jaeggi)

Summer 2007

Individualism and Collectivism as Problems for Social Philosophy (with Rahel Jaeggi)