The area titled knowledge unites projects of understanding and comparing ways in which the human is understood, thought of and imagined in Modern societies. It investigates the processes of producing knowledge about the human as well as the effects anthropological discourses have on modern living and thinking along with the implications and consequences following of the use of different rhetoric and forms of communication. Our focus lies on the sciences, but also on how anthropological knowledge is shaped in professional practices and popular culture, today and historically.
- Julia Gruevska: Connectivity of Philosophie, Physiologie and Psychologie
- Estrid Sørensen: Epistemic Cultures of Social Psychology
- Uwe Wippich: Digital Toolification and Learning Environments in Educational Settings