Fakultät für Philosophie, Wissenschaftstheorie
Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP)
- CV, Naumann Kim (June 2019) (85 KByte)
I obtained a B. A. in Philosophy (major) and Psychology (minor) in 2017 and an M. A. in Philosophy in 2019, both from LMU Munich. During my Master I spent one year at King’s College London as an exchange student. Currently, I am a doctoral fellow at the MCMP, working under the supervision of Dr. habil. Alexander Reutlinger and Prof. Dr. Stephan Hartmann.
My main philosophical interests lie within philosophy of science and its relations to epistemology, ethics, and political philosophy. I am concerned with the relationship between science and society, and in particular with the phenomenon of science scepticism. Therefore, I am interested in biases in and about scientific research, the status of experts, the role of consensus, and the demand for objectivity. This also raises questions about the funding of scientific research and about scientific freedom.