Rahel Jaeggi

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Rahel Jaeggi (born July 19, 1967 in Bern) is a professor of practical philosophy and social philosophy at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Her research areas are in social philosophy, political philosophy, ethics, philosophical anthropology, social ontology, and critical theory. Since February 2018 she has been the head of the Berlin campus of the newly founded International Center for Humanities and Social Change.

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Jaeggi is the daughter of Swiss sociologist Urs Jaeggi and Austrian psychoanalyst and author Eva Jaeggi. Prior to working as a research assistant to Axel Honneth at the University of Frankfurt, Jaeggi studied at the Free University of Berlin and at the University of Frankfurt. She wrote her doctoral thesis on the concept of alienation. Research and teaching positions brought her to Yale University in New Haven, the New School for Social Research in New York City, and the University of Frankfurt.[1][2] She wrote her postdoctoral thesis on the subject of Critique of Forms of Life at the University of Frankfurt. Since 2009 she has been the chair of practical philosophy and social philosophy at the Humboldt University of Berlin. She taught as a Theodor Heuss Professor at The New School for Social Research in New York during the academic year of 2015/16.

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