Moral philosophy, ethics, legal philosophy.
The rare combination of a lawyer and a philosopher. Studied and practised law in Germany and then went on to study for an MA in philosophy in the UK.
2000: law degree, University of Regensburg, Germany 2002-2009: practising as a lawyer in Germany 2013: MA Philosophy, Open University, UK
I'll answer the one about animals first because it's easier: The problem obviously is that we don't know what animals think because we cannot communicate with them. So it would be impossible for us
Dear Cole, thankfully you already included a dictionary's definition. It includes the wording "intended to ... mislead". And that is what I will focus on when answering your question: it depends on
I would say the repercussions on Nelson Mandela were none. He was still one of the most well-known political prisoners, managing from his prison cell to draw the eyes of the world on South Africa. In