Author P. Gaitsch
Peter Gaitsch gained his PhD from the University of Vienna in 2013 with a thesis in philosophy (published Gaitsch 2014). He is a faculty member at the Department of Theology, University of Graz. His current research interests are in the fields of phenomenology, philosophy of biology and philosophy of religion.

Publications Found: 5 · Show All Abstracts

Gaitsch P. (2014) The Small Change of Non-idealistic Correlationism. Constructivist Foundations 10(1): 106–108. Fulltext at
Gaitsch P. (2015) Do We Need a Metaphysics of Perception?. Constructivist Foundations 11(1): 158–159. Fulltext at
Gaitsch P. (2016) Modern Anthropomorphism and Phenomenological Method. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 220–221. Fulltext at
Vörös S. & Gaitsch P. (2016) Desire and/or need for life? Towards a phenomenological dialectic of the organism. In: Tønnessen M., Armstrong K. & Rattasepp S. (eds.) Thinking about animals in anthropocene. Lexington Books, Lanham MD: 89–106. Fulltext at
Vörös S. & Gaitsch P. (2016) The horizons of embodiment: Introduction to the special issue. Phainomena 25(98–99): 5–32. Fulltext at
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