About Christoph Jäger

Christoph Jäger did graduate work at Münster, Hamburg, and Oxford. He received his MA in 1992 and his PhD in 1994, both in Philosophy, from the University of Münster. He has been a visiting philosopher at Oxford University, Magdalen College (1992/93); an Assistant Professor at Leipzig University (1994-2003); a Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgetown University, Washington (2001), and the James Collins Visiting Professor at Saint Louis University (2007). He also held a 5 year Heisenberg Research Fellowship by the German Research Foundation. From 2005-2010 he has been a University Lecturer in Philosophy at King's College, Aberdeen University. Since 2014 he is Professor of Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy in the Faculty of Catholic Theology at Innsbruck University.

Areas of specialization: social epistemology; general epistemology; philosophy of religion; free will; emotions

Areas of competence: medieval philosophy; history of modern philosophy; metaphysics; philosophy of language

Services to the Profession

I serve as a referee (last 5 years) for: American Philosophical Quarterly; Analysis; Australasian Journal of Philosophy; Canadian Journal of Philosophy; Erkenntnis; Faith and Philosophy; Grazer Philosophische Studien; Journal of Consciousness Studies; Journal of Philosophical Research; Mind; Philosophical Quarterly; Philosophical Studies; Ratio; Religious Studies; Social Epistemology; Synthese

I am a member of the senat of the University of Innsbruck.

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