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Dr. Jean Moritz Müller

Research Associate




  • University of Bonn
    Institute of Philosophy
    Am Hof 1
    D-53113 Bonn
    Tel.: +49 (0) 228 73-9655
  • Office hour: Tuesday 10.15 - 11.15 (prior notification by email)

Areas of research

  • Philosophy of mind
  • Philosophy of normativity

Research interests

My research is mainly focused on two issues: (i) the intentionality of emotions as well as their connection with value; (ii) responsiveness to reasons, in particular the role reason-responsiveness plays within a more general account of the normativity of mental attitudes. 

These issues are closely related in that I understand the connection between emotions and values in terms of reason-responsiveness. In examining this connection in the context of my PhD dissertation at the University of Manchester, I have developed a more general interest in our engagement with reasons and am currently exploring the prospects of a unified account of mental attitudes according to which their fundamental standard of correctness specifies a reason to which appropriate instances of this attitude are responsive.

Current publications

  • "Emotion as Position-Taking". Forthcoming in Philosophia (Special issue on the philosophy of emotion ed. by Ben-Ze'ev, A., Krebs, A. & Hatzimoysis, A.)
  • "How (Not) to Think of Emotions as Evaluative Attitudes". dialectica 71(2), 281-308. 
  • Review of Emotion and Value (ed. by Roeser, S. & Todd, C., OUP 2014), Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 19(4) (2016), 1069-1071.

Brief Vita

  • since 11/2016: Research Associate (post doc), Institute of Philosophy, University of Bonn
  • 09/2015 – 10/2016: Research Associate (post doc), Institute of Philosophy, University of Tübingen (Chair of Practical Philosophy)
  • 09/2014 – 06/2015: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Philosophy, University of Manchester
  • 2014: PhD in Philosophy, University of Manchester
  • 2008: MA in Philosophy, King’s College London
  • 2006: BSc in Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrück

Teaching (Winter Term 2017/18)

  • Heidegger, Sein und Zeit (501017569), Monday 2-4pm, HG / 3.074
  • Einführung in die Philosophie des Geistes (501017542), Tuesday, 4-6pm, HG / 1.072

Link: Publications
Link: CV