Jakub Deuretzbacher studied philosophy and ancient greek at the Freie Universität and the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. His M.A.-thesis was about Virtue and Emotions in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics. After that he worked as research assistant in Christof Rapp’s Thyssen-Projekt on a new German translation and commentary of Aristotle’s Metaphysics. He spent the acadaemic year 2008/09 at the University of Toronto/Canada, where he was working with Jennifer Whiting.
After receiving a PhD from Humboldt-Universität Berlin, he became head of admissions at Bard College Berlin.
- 26.7.2013TalkPart of: OmnipresenceSpeaker
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- 24.5.2013 - 12.7.2013SeminarOrganiser
- TalkPart of: Aspects of Hylomorphism and Cardiocentrism in Aristotle and AlexanderSpeaker
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- 8.3.2011TalkPart of: Alexander of Aphrodisias: De AnimaSpeaker
- 8.12.2010TalkThe Genus and Differentia of the Human Good: The Structure of the Ergon Argument in Nicomachean Ethics I 7Organiser
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- TalkPart of: Parts of the Soul and Methodology in AristotleSpeaker
- 13.11.2009 - 14.11.2009ConferenceSpeaker