The Philosophy & Professional Practice research group contributes to an intellectual climate in which students, lecturers, researchers, employees and administrators feel challenged to coordinate their thoughts and actions. This may be through organising debates on current topics or by jointly reading classical and contemporary philosophical texts, learning to formulate questions or problems, developing theory or concepts or writing and articulating a well-argued vision and then discussing and debating on other visions.
The research conducted by the research group centres around three themes:
- Philosophy of people and culture
- Philosophical reflection on time, rhythm and other forms of arrangement
- Philosophy, gender and biomedical sciences
About Elke Müller, assistant head of this research group
Since 2016, Elke Müller has been the assistant head of the Philosophy and Professional Practice research group at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. She holds a Master’s degree (cum laude) in Philosophy and a Minor in Museum and Heritage Studies from the University of Amsterdam. She earned her PhD from the Erasmus University Rotterdam with a thesis examining the cultural-philosophical and historic aspects of the collective incorporation of new technologies. Her areas of interest include technologies that change our perception (ICT, smartphones, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, etc.), the nineteenth century, psychiatry & medicine, art & culture and educational innovations that promote inclusiveness, empowerment and 21st century skills.
Contactdr. Elke Müller (assistant head of this research group)