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Daniel is a junior lecturer; he pursues his Ph.D. in the field of Computational Social Modelling. His main lies in Computational Modelling as a practical activity to do himself and at the same time as topic for considerations in the Philosophy of Science.
In his free time, Daniel enjoys building models for fun (from LEGO bricks) and political discussions with friends, where he fancies argumentative rigor.
Daniel is a junior lecturer at our chair since 2018; he pursues his Ph.D. in the field of Computational Social Modelling. Furthermore, he currently is an MA student of Ethics of Textual Cultures at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (since 2015).
Daniel did his undergraduate studies in Philosophy & Economics at University of Bayreuth (2015) and Masters in Social Research Methods at University of Surrey (2017) as well as Political Science at our University.
Raising children to be (in-)tolerant. Influence of church, education and society on adolescents’ stance towards queer people in Germany
In: Historical Social Research, 43.1 (2018)
Play Away! Why Cheating is Morally Okay
In:, 360°, 1-2017, S. 66-75. (2017)
Analytical approximation of the results of T. C. Schelling’s Checkerboard Model.
In: Rerum Causae, vol. 7 (1 2015), pp. 16–28. (2015)