Daniel Stader earned his PhD in philosophy with a thesis on Kant’s concept of immaturity and its implications on the dynamics of domination. His research interest lies primarily in social philosophy, especially with regard to the entanglement of epistemic content and principles of social order.
Currently, Stader is working on a theory of performative judgement that emphasises the temporality of judgement as a social act of cognition, which, on the one hand, refers to the past and the future in a regulative way and, on the other hand, simultaneously presupposes, establishes and defines a relationship with others.
Former Research Fellow, Open Fellowship
Research Group “Technology, Power and Domination“
(In)maturity as a claim and condition of democracy, theories of judgment, communication and intersubjectivity, social ontology, identity as a temporal-social relation
Stader, Daniel: „Schiller on Politics and Political Theory“, in: Falduto, Antonino / Mehigan, Tim (Hg.), The Palgrave Handbook on the Philosophy of Friedrich Schiller. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan 2023, 353–370. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-16798-0_20
Stader, Daniel / Traninger, Anita: „Unparteilichkeit und das Problem der Trennung von Person und Sache (Bayle, Thomasius, Hoffmann)“, Scientia Poetica 20 (2016), 44–80. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/scipo-2016-0104