Albert completed his master (2006) and PhD (2011) at the department of philosophy (humanities) at the university of Salzburg. During his PhD he has been a visiting lecturer at the philosophy department in Salzburg and assistant at the philosophy of science department at the international research center, Salzburg. In 2001 Albert received an LMU excellence research fellowship, and he has been working at the Munich Center from Mathematical Philosophy at the LMU Munich from October 2011 -- September 2015.
Albert's research interests include philosophical logics (primarily deontic logic), ethics and meta-ethics, philosophy of religion (esp. new atheism), and philosophy in/of pop culture. For further information on publications, talks etc please visit his website www.anglberger.org.
Winter term 2015/2016
- Yes WE can! An introduction to the Philosophy of Collective Action
- Philosophy of Science: A Unified Approach
- Albert J. J. Anglberger, Norbert Gratzl, and Olivier Roy. 2015. “Obligation, Free Choice, and the Logic of Weakest Permissions”. The Review of Symbolic Logic (forthcoming).
- Albert J. J. Anglberger, and Jonathan Lukic. 2015. “Hilbert-Style Axiom Systems for the Matrix-Based Logics RMQ − and RMQ *”. Studia Logica 103 (5): 985–1003.
- Olivier Roy, Albert J. J. Anglberger, and Norbert Gratzl. 2014. “The Logic of Best Actions from a Deontic Perspective”. In Johan van Benthem on Logic and Information Dynamics, edited by Alexandru Baltag and Sonja Smets, 657–76. Outstanding Contributions to Logic 5. Springer International Publishing.
- Albert J. J. Anglberger, and Christian J. Feldbacher. 2014. “Metaethische Bemerkungen Zur Religiösen Begründung Der Moral”. Erwägen - Wissen - Ethik 25 (1): 18–21.
- Albert J. J. Anglberger, Huimin Dong, and Olivier Roy. 2014. “Open Reading without Free Choice”. In Deontic Logic and Normative Systems, edited by Fabrizio Cariani, Davide Grossi, Joke Meheus, and Xavier Parent, 19–32. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8554. Springer International Publishing.
- Albert J. J. Anglberger, and Alexander Hieke. 2012. “Lord Eddard Stark, Queen Cersei Lannister: Moral Judgments from Different Perspectives”. In Game of Thrones and Philosophy: Logic Cuts Deeper than Swords, edited by Henry Jacoby, 87–98. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.