About me I am currently a visiting researcher at Technische Universität Berlin, funded by a two-year Thyssen Postdoctoral Award and attached to the Chair of Theoretical Philosophy under Professor Günther Abel. My primary research interests include German Idealism, neo-kantianism and the works of Adorno, Heidegger and Marx. I am currently analyzing Kant’s notion of an object with the help of the neo-kantians Hermann Cohen and Heinrich Rickert. I took my first degree in Dresden, Germany, before moving to Brigthon, UK, to pursue an MA and PhD at the University of Sussex. After being awarded a doctorate in 2012, I spent two years as a visiting researcher at University College of London with Sebastian Gardner as my mentor. I have transformed my PhD thesis on Hegel’s metaphysics and his social philosophy into a book manuscript, which I am currently discussing with editors. I speak German, Spanish, English, French and Protuguese, so please don’t hesitate to contact me in any of those languages.