Dascha During
Onderzoeks- en onderwijsmedewerker
Dep. Filosofie en Religiewetenschap - Filosofie - Praktische filosofie
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Dascha Düring (1987) took her bachelor's and research master in philosophy at Utrecht University. She graduated cum laude on a thesis on the concept of duty in Confucianism and Kantianism. She is currently finishing her PhD thesis on concepts of man and human dignity in Chinese and Western ethical traditions, which is part of Marcus Düwell's NWO-VICI project Human Dignity as the Foundation of Human Rights?, and works as a lecturer at the department of Philosophy and Religious Studies. 

Research interests: 

ethics, aesthetics, comparative philosophy




Strategische thema's / focusgebieden
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Alle publicaties
  2017 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
During, D.K. & Duwell, M. (26-01-2017). Hope, Agency, and Aesthetic sensibility - a response to Beyleveld's account of Kantian Hope. In Patrick Capps & Shaun Pattinson (Eds.), Ethical Rationalism and the Law (pp. 55-72) (18 p.). London: Hart Publishing.
During, D.K. (09-10-2017) Participant Lund Conference on Earth System Governance: Towards a Just and Legitimate Earth System Governance: Addressing Inequalities Lund, Sweden (18-04-2012 - 20-04-2012)
  2017 - Overige resultaten
D.K. During (09-01-2017) Conference Paper: Between Parts and Wholes - a note on the intercultural discussion on individuality
D.K. During (04-07-2017) Conference paper: Confucianism as more than a cultural tradition
  2016 - Overige resultaten
D.K. During (13-06-2016) Conference Paper: Human Rights and the case of China
D.K. During (19-04-2016) Conference paper: Legitimation Crisis? The humanities as useless disciplines
D.K. During (07-06-2016) Conference paper: The epistemic status of hope as 'sensus communis'
D.K. During (05-07-2016) Workshop Paper: Politics and the Challenge of Lu Xun
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
During, D.K. & Duwell, M. (28-10-2015). Towards a Kantian Theory of Judgment - the power of judgment in its practical and aesthetic employment. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 18 (5), (pp. 943-956) (13 p.).
  2015 - Overige resultaten
D.K. During (05-10-2015) Avond van de Wetenschap en Maatschappij - bijdrage ethiek
D.K. During (27-05-2015) Conference Paper: Convincing the skeptic? The role of hope in transcendental arguments.
D.K. During (15-10-2015) Conference paper: Hope, agency, and aesthetic sensibility (with Marcus Duwell)
D.K. During (03-06-2015) Conference Paper: Human dignity as aesthetic sensibility
D.K. During (30-09-2015) Conference paper: The concept of duty in an ethics of longtermism
  2014 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Düwell, Marcus, Braarvig, Jens, Brownsword, Roger, Mieth, Dietmar, van Steenbergen, Naomi & Düring, Dascha (01-04-2014). The Cambridge handbook of human dignity - Interdisciplinary perspectives. (608 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge Universtiy Press.
  2014 - Overige resultaten
D.K. During (31-07-2014) Conference Paper: 20th century Western philosophy and Daoism (with Henk van Gils)
D.K. During (08-12-2014) Conference Paper: Evangelizing China: the contemporary comparative debate at its worst
D.K. During (08-07-2014) Conference Paper: Modernity and responsibility: the concept of judgement in Xunzi and Kant.
  2013 - Overige resultaten
D.K. During (05-12-2013) Human dignity and human rights from a comparative perspective: Kantianism and Confucianism
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