Hike & Think

  • Justice
  • Hike with lecture elements & discussion
  • In dialogue, Social Activity

The DAI Library’s Philosophy Walks combine important philosophical topics with an extended walk in nature.

Justice is a basic norm of our coexistence. Central to this is the idea of equal treatment of all people, as reflected in modern constitutions. Social justice should regulate the distribution of opportunities, resources and burdens among the members of a society. But what does it actually look like in our modern and complex world? Where do we stand when it comes to animal rights and the preservation of nature for future generations?

Dr. Max von Sponeck is a lecturer at the Philosophy Department and the PH and a lecturer in ethics at the SRH in Heidelberg. He specializes in the contemporary philosophy of mind.

Carsten Dolbert is a geoscientist by training. He works as a project coordinator, trained as a systemic counselor and therapist and has been a volunteer in international disaster relief for many years.

Language: German
Duration: approx. 3 hours
Contribution towards expenses: 12 euros (to be transferred in advance)
Registration: Ingrid Stolz, ies@dai-heidelberg.de

After your registration you will receive a confirmation of participation with all details (meeting point, payment information etc.)