Jürgen Lipps is a student in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program majoring in Philosophy and Comparative Literature and minoring in German and Cognitive Science. He is Vice President of the Rutgers chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, the International Honors Society for Philosophers and is an Executive Board Member of the Rutgers Undergraduate Philosophy Club. Jürgen is an Editor for Arete, the Rutgers Undergraduate Philosophy Journal, and a Section Editor for Mental Note, an interdisciplinary undergraduate journal in cognitive science. His academic interests include analytic philosophy of language and mind, Marx and Hegel, and German Critical Theory. Jürgen is also an avid cyclist and has completed unsupported tours from Fort Lee, NJ to Montreal and from Fort Lee to Acadia National Park. In his free time, Jürgen enjoys reading and discussing philosophy and German literature, going on long walks with friends, and playing board games.
2019 - 2020 Fellows
- Research Topic: What Do We Want From a Theory of Conceptual Engineering?