I am an experimental philosopher. Experimental philosophy (in short: Xphi) is a rather young field philosophical research in which researcher use empirical tools from psychology, sociology, linguistics, neuroscience, and other related fields to answer philosophical quesitons. I strongly believe in Xphi as a new, promising approach to classical philosophical matters.
For this reason, I co-founded the Experimental Philosophy Group Germany, together with Prof. Albert Newen and Dr. Kevin Reuter in 2015. The Experimental Philosophy Group Germany organizes workshops on a bi-annual basis. The aim of these workshops is to provide a platform for discussions of the latest Xphi research in Germany and beyond. We have also organized a methods workshop in which Jesse Prinz, Justin Sytsma, and Alex Wiegmann gave an introduction into the practical side of experimental work.