Multipliers

Network Members 

Sophie Allen
Keele University
Sophie Allen
Keele University
I joined Keele in 2015 as a Lecturer in Philosophy. I now work mainly on metaphysics, the philosophy of science and philosophical methodology.
Rani Lill Anjum
NMBU Ås
Rani Lill Anjum
NMBU Ås
I am a researcher of philosophy and leader of CAPS – Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science. I work on causation, especially the relation between philosophical theory and scientific methodology/practice.
Florian Fischer
University of Siegen
Florian Fischer
University of Siegen
My research focuses on metaphysics, especially on time, powers, and dispositions. I am postdoc, founder of the Society of Philosophy of Time (SpoT) and PI of CCM.
Dirk Franken
University of Heidelberg
Dirk Franken
University of Heidelberg
I am a postdoc at the University of Heidelberg. My research areas are metaphysics, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of language. Currently, I am working on a project about form and persistence.
Beate Krickel
TU Berlin
Beate Krickel
TU Berlin
I am Professor for Philosophy of Cognition. I work on the metaphysics of science, philosophy of biology, cognitive science, psychology, the metaphysics of mind and causation.
Anne Sophie Meincke
University of Vienna
Anne Sophie Meincke
University of Vienna
I work at the intersection of metaphysics and philosophy of biology. I am convinced that bringing together these perspectives is indispensable with regard to many of the questions of philosophy. 
Thomas Müller
University of Konstanz
Thomas Müller
University of Konstanz
Besides the research focus on action, I work on the philosophy of science, on questions of logic and on questions of metaphysics, in particular on the philosophy of time and determinism.
John Pemberton
London School of Economics
John Pemberton
London School of Economics
Since 1994 I am an Associate at the Centre for Philosophy of the Natural and Social Sciences at the LSE. My current research is focused on lasting ontology.
Magali Roques
CNRS Paris
Magali Roques
CNRS Paris
I am working on medieval science and philosophy, with a special focus on the nominalist tradition of the 14th century. Currently, I am working on a project on grounding in medieval philosophy.
Antje Rumberg
Aarhus University
Antje Rumberg
Aarhus University
I am a postdoc at Aarhus University, working on the philosophy and logic of time and modality. In particular, I am interested in the theory of branching time and the formal representation of real possibilities and change.
Helen Steward
University of Leeds
Helen Steward
University of Leeds
My research interests lie mainly in the philosophy of action and free will, the philosophy of mind, and the metaphysical and ontological issues which bear on these areas. Recently I worked  on the category of process.
Niko Strobach
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Niko Strobach
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
I am professor for logic and philosophy of language. My main research areas are logic and metaphysics, especially the philosophy of space and time, and ancient philosophy.
Barbara Vetter
Freie Universität Berlin
Barbara Vetter
Freie Universität Berlin
I am professor of theoretical philosophy, and co-director of the „Human Abilities“ Centre in Berlin. My work is focussed on the metaphysics and epistemology of dispositions, abilities, and modality.
Emanuel Viebahn
Humboldt University Berlin
Emanuel Viebahn
Humboldt University Berlin
My main research interests are in the philosophy of language, the philosophy of information and communication and metaphysics. I am currently working on the philosophy of time and modality.
Caterina Zanfi
CNRS Paris
Caterina Zanfi
CNRS Paris
I am researcher at the CNRS and President of the Société des amis de Bergson. My current research focus is the European philosophy of life at the time of the First World War.
External Guests
Anna Marmodoro (Durham)
Johanna Seibt (Aarhus)

Principal Investigator
Florian Fischer (Siegen)