Tim Willmann.

Education

2009: Abitur at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Gymnasium (Remscheid, Germany).

2010 – 2013: Bachelor Student in Geman Studies and Philosophy at the Heinrich-Heine-University (Düsseldorf, Germany).

since 2012: Bachelor Student in Jewish Studies at the Heinrich-Heine-University.

since 2013: Master Student in German Studies and Philosophy at the Heinrich-Heine-University.

since 2014: Bachelor Student in Islamic Studies at the University of Cologne.

Professional Activities

since 2012: IQu-Tutor for the History of Philosophy at the Institute for Philosophy of the Heinrich-Heine-University (Prof. Dr. Christoph Kann).

2013 – 2014: Tutor for Latin Language Courses at the Institute for Classical Philology of the Heinrich-Heine-University (Prof. Dr. Michael Reichel).

2014 – 2015: Tutor for Greek Language Courses at the Institute for Classical Philology of the Heinrich-Heine-University (Prof. Dr. Michael Reichel).

2014 – 2015: Tutor for Hebrew Language Courses at the Institute for Jewish Studies of the Heinrich-Heine-University (Stefan Siebers, M. A.).

since 2014: Student Assistant at the Institute for German Studies (Martin-Buber-Edition) of the Heinrich-Heine-University (Prof. Dr. Bernd Witte).

since 2015: Student Assistant at the "Digital Averroes Research Environment" (DARE).

Publications

A publication in the student forum of the Mythos-Magazine (Online-Magazine for Myth- and Ideology Studies and Explanatory Hermeneutics): "Die Methode der kognitiven Hermeneutik – Die praktische Anwendung der Basis-Interpretation am Beispiel des Dramas Wilhelm Tell von Friedrich Schiller", 2012, 16 Seiten.

Research Interests

  • Poetry and Philosophy of the German Idealism (Goethe, Hölderlin, Kant, Schelling).
  • Ancient Philosophy and its reception in the Middle Ages.