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Eötvös Loránd University
Támas Dániel Ullmann (Hungary 2018) is Professor of Philosophy at the ELTE Institute of Philosophy. He obtained a DSc in Philosophy from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2015, habilitation from ELTE University, and PhD from the University of Sorbonne Paris I. He has worked in Vienna at IWM, in Edinburgh at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and in Leuven at the Husserl Archives. His research fields are Kant and German Idealism, Phenomenology, French Philosophy in the 20th Century, Psychoanalysis and Critical Social Philosophy. He is editor of the Hungarian Philosophical Quarterly (Magyar Filozófiai Szemle), chief editor of Aspecto (Philosophical review of Hungarian Phenomenological Society), president of the Hungarian Phenomenological Society and director of the Doctoral School of the Institute of Philosophy at ELTE.
Negative platonism and the appearance-problem
in: Jan Patočka and the heritage of phenomenology, Dordrecht : Springer