A selection of talks I have given in the past:

Quantum Theory:

Reality Construction in Quantum Theory: Invariants and the Constitutive a priori1

Locality, Causality, Reality. Implications of Bell’s Inequality2

On the Epistemic Interpretation of Quantum States3


Trope Theory, Resemblance, and Russell’s Regress4

1. Held at the research seminar for philosophy of science of the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) and again in a slightly altered German version at a lecture series of the GeKKo graduate school in Kassel.
2. Held at the satellite workshop “Causality meets Quantum Mechanics” at SOPhiA conference 2015 in Salzburg.
3. Held in slightly different versions at conferences of the German Society for Analytical Philosophy (GAP) and the European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA) and the 3rd International Summer School in Philosophy of Physics (ISSPP).
4. Held in slightly different versions at the research seminar of the Düsseldorf Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science (DCLPS), the reserach seminar of the chair for Philosophy of Language and Cognition at Bochum Univeristy (RUB), and SOPhiA conference 2012.