Andreas Warneke


Andreas Warneke received a bachelor’s degree in social science (program: culture, individual, society)) and philosophy from the Ruhr-University. In his BA thesis he examined the argumentative consistency of Karl Homann’s institutional approach to economic ethics concerning the presuppositions in the application of the homo oeconomicus model of actors from a philosophy of science perspective. Andreas Warneke is currently enrolled in a dual subject MA program in social science (branch of study: social theory and cultural psychology) and philosophy at Ruhr-University Bochum. He is a student assistant at the chair of Cultural Psychology and Anthropology of Knowledge (Prof. Dr. Sørensen) and the Centre for Anthropological Knowledge in Scientific and Technological Cultures (CAST).



April 2015

Bachelor of Arts – Social Science and Philosophy, Ruhr-University Bochum, Title of Thesis: Consistency of Premises Regarding the Conception of Man in Karl Homann’s Economic Ethics



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Research Areas

Social Theory, Cultural Psychology, Social- and Cultural Anthropology, Philosophy of Science, Animal/Machine Cognition, Philosophy of Culture, Economic Ethics