MARKUS GABRIEL

Philosopher and professor at the University of Bonn, appointed the youngest professor of philosophy in Germany at the age of 29


  • One of the most popular philosophers of the moment 
  • Professor at the University of Bonn, where he holds the Chair of Epistemology, Modern Philosophy 
  • Visiting professor at the University of California, Berkeley and NYU 
  • He directs the International Center for Philosophy and the Center for Science and Thought 
  • Creator of a new philosophical current called New German Realism, in opposition to the old realism, materialism and postmodernism 
  • Introduces the world of philosophical thought that we all face in one way or another, and connects this with the great social issues of our time. 
  • He is a sought after speaker at top events around the world and has given several lectures on topics such as AI and the future of work 
  • Speaks 9 languages including Spanish, English and Portuguese 

In 2013 he became known to the public through his Spiegel bestseller “Why There is no World”. The book has been translated into many languages and has become a best-seller in Japan, among others. The Ullstein publishing house recently published "The Sense of Thought", in which Gabriel deals with digitization and artificial intelligence issues, as well as the philosophical foundations of ethics for society in the 21st century. Among other things, he has given interviews and written articles for Der Spiegel, Die Zeit, Frankfurter Allge-meine Zeitung, Süddeutsche Zeitung and Die Welt.

He is the creator of a new philosophical current called the new German realism, in opposi-tion to the old realism, materialism and postmodernism, the latter which he qualifies as a variant of constructivism.

As a fascinating speaker, he introduces the world of philosophical thought that we all face in one form or another, and connects this with the great social issues of our time. He is in demand as a speaker at conferences around the world and has given several lectures on topics such as AI and the future of work at the economic summit of the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

He speaks nine languages: English, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Chinese, Ancient Greek, Latin, and Biblical Hebrew.
 

Profesor Gabriel tailors each presentation to the needs of his audience and is not limited to the topics we have listed below:

  • Philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Digitization and artificial intelligence,
  • Philosophical foundations of ethics for society in the 21st century
  • Epistemology and metaphysics
  • Can robots think or be aware?
  • Philosophical foundations of ethics
  • Investigation of consciousness
  • Possible titles of the conferences:
  • "Ethics in business"
  • "Ethics and digitization or Artificial intelligence"
  • "Corona Crisis": Moral progress during the corona crisis
  • The virological imperative: which measures to contain the pandemic are ethical-ly justified?
  • The Postcoronial Future: Why It Is Now Time To Begin A New Global Enlightenment
  • Travel from Germany

  • International: USD 10.001 a 20.000