Professor Dr phil. Dipl. theol (graduate theologian) Gerd Döben-Henisch

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Research Interests

His research focuses on learning systems and the closely related area of computational semiotics. This includes occasional lectures on philosophical issues relating to the concept of humanity within the context of evolution and modern technology.


  • 1979–1989: New major and doctorate in the philosophy of science, doctorate degree (summa cum laude) at Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich (major in logic and the philosophy of science, minors in experimental psychology, phonetics, and theoretical linguistics) Doctoral dissertation: An examination of the formal characteristics of non-theorems within the context of the method of analytic tableaux as part of the mathematical proof theory
  • 1975–1979: Studies in theology (part 2): with a focus on theology at the Sankt Georgen Graduate School of Philosophy and Theology in Frankfurt; graduate degree (grade: very good); areas of specialization included problems of text analysis (Hebraic, Greek, Latin texts), specifically the difficulty of assigning meaning
  • 1970–1972: Graduate studies in theology (part 1): specializing in philosophy at the Munich School of Philosophy

Professional and Academic Career




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