Teaching

Culp is/was teaching these courses at the American University of Paris:

Self-Knowledge and Identity (PHIL 30304)

Who am I? How did I become the person I am now? Who am I trying to be? – These are fundamental questions that we all ask ourselves from time to time, such as in moments of decision, reflection, or crisis. This seminar invites all participants to think through these...

History Of Modern Philosophy (PHIL 30302)

This course explores central figures and themes in modern philosophy, including such issue as the human mind and its relationship to the body, nature and knowledge of God, skepticism and knowledge of the external world, causality and freedom.

The Soul (PHIL 93268)

This course explores conceptions of the soul as a principle of unity, drawing from contemporary sources as well as from selected thinkers from the Ancient and the Modern periods.

Introduction To Philosophy (PHIL 13185)

This course introduces the central questions of philosophy, such as: What can I know? What should I do? Am I free? What makes me a human being? Answers to these questions are explored in dialogue with major figures in the history of philosophy as well as contemporary philosophers.

Kant and the Sciences (PHIL 83279)

In this course, we will investigate issues in Kant’s philosophy of science, including laws of nature, criteria of scientificity, types of scientific explanation (mechanical and teleological), scientific methods and aims, the guiding principles of systematicity, and the systematic unity of the sciences.

Kant’s First Critique (PHIL 83272)

Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason (1781/1787) not only laid the foundation of his own Critical Philosophy, but turned out to be one of the most important works in the history of philosophy.

Kants Erkenntnistheorie

‚Was kann ich wissen?’ ist für Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) eine der vier Grundfragen der Philosophie und drückt eines der Hauptinteressen der menschlichen Vernunft aus.

Die Erste Person – Selbstbezug und Selbstwissen

In diesem Hauptseminar werden wir grundlegende Phänomene der Erste-Person-Perspektive, die semantischen und pragmatischen Bedingungen von Selbstreferenz sowie die epistemischen Besonderheiten von erstpersonalem Selbstwissen diskutieren.