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About DigiLog

The creation of the DigiLog Dialogue Forum was made possible by funding from the German Federal Environmental Foundation and is part of the Center for Social and Development Studies at the Munich School of Philosophy.

As a third mission institute of the Munich School of Philosophy, the Center for Social and Development Studies at stands at the interface between research and society. It introduces philosophical questions and topics into social, political and ecclesiastical discourses in order to encourage processes of socio-cultural change.

 

The areas of migration/refugee, environmental ethics/sustainability and interculturality/development are at the center of the Center's (formerly Institute for Social Policy, IGP) long tradition. It works on these and other topics in close cooperation with the Chair of Intercultural Social Transformation (IST) and other institutes of the Munich School of Philosophy.

Our editorial team

Dr. Stefan Einsiedel, Sarah Ruf, Rosa van Paucker and Simon Brandt accompany the dialog on DigiLog, report on current research projects and regularly invite you to events. We are looking forward to talking to you!

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Sarah Ruf

Research Assistant

Sarah Ruf is a philosopher and sociologist and heads the DigiLog project at the Munich School of Philosophy.

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Dr. Stefan Einsiedel

Research Assistant

Dr. Stefan Einsiedel is biologist and economist and leads the Ethics of Social-Ecological Transformation research project at the Munich School of Philosophy.

Simon Brandt

Student Assistant

Simon Brandt researches and writes articles for DigiLog and supports various projects.

Feel free to contact us!
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