Hesperus is Bosphorus

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Marc Rolli: Another Philosopher has come to Turkey

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I’m pleased to report that the growing community of anglophone philosophers in Turkey has been joined by Marc Michael Rölli, who started work in the Department of Philosophy at Fatih University in Istanbul this semester.  Professor Rolli was previously at Darmstadt Technical University (Germany). He has been productive in the areas of Continental Philosophy (particularly Deleuze) and the Philosophy of Social Science (particularly Anthropology).  He looks like a valuable addition to the philosophy scene here, so  I look forward to seeing his future work, and his contributions to philosophical life in Turkey.

Publications (in English and German) include

‘The Story of Repetition’, Parallax 18(1), 2012

Kritik der anthropologischen Vernunft [Critique of Anthropological Reason), Matthes and Seitz, Berlin, 2011.

Philosophie and Nicht-Philosophie: Gilles Deleuze – Aktuelle Diskussionen [Philosophy and Non-Philosophy: Gilles Deleuze –

Contemporary Discussions], edited with Friedrich Balke, Transcript Verlag, 2011

‘Deleuze on Intensity Differentials and the Being of the Sensible’, Deleuze Studies 3, 2009

‘Micropolitical Associations’ (with Ralf Krause), book chapter in Deleuze and Politics, Edinburgh University Press, 2008.

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Written by Barry Stocker

March 19, 2012 at 12:23 am

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  1. Barry: thanks for the post. [In general when new people start work here – it might be nice if someone from their department let’s the philosophical community here know. So if you’re from a department who has just hired someone – please feel free to post about it here.]
    Marc: Welcome to Istanbul. I look forward to meeting you.

    Lucas Thorpe

    March 19, 2012 at 12:43 am

  2. […] contacted me to offer a more accurate version of his research and publication interests than in the my post of 19th March.  This is the correct list.  Modern French philosophy, philosophical pragmatism,classical German […]


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