Centre for Ethics and Humanism
Centrum voor Ethiek en Humanisme

Prof. dr. Marc Van den Bossche

Marc Van den Bossche
Marc Van Den Bossche is a full-time professor at the Department of Philosophy and Moral Sciences at the VUB. He is the author of ‘Kritiek van de technische rede’ (‘Critique of technical reason’) (Leuven/Utrecht, 1995), ‘Natuur en lijfelijkheid’ ('Nature and Embodiment/Physicality') (Utrecht, 1998), ‘Ironie en solidarieit. Een kennismaking met het werk van Richard Rorty’ (‘Irony and Solidarity: An introduction to the work of Richard Rorty’) (Rotterdam, 2001), and ‘Het pathos van het denken’ (‘The Pathos of Thinking’). He also wrote essays on subjectivity and intersubjectivity (Budel, 2003) and two bestsellers: ‘Wielrennen’ (‘Cycling’) and ‘Sport als levenskunst’ (‘Sports as an art of living’) (Rotterdam, 2005 and 2010). He is the editor and co-editor of book volumes on Rorty, Arendt, Fukuyama and several topics within the history of philosophy. His recent research focuses on the ‘digital arts’, in particular the ontology of photography. Marc Van den Bossche's publications