Maximilian Kiener

Maximilian Kiener

01/2018 – 10/2019   Europaeum Scholars Programme. University of Oxford.

10/2017 – date         DPhil Philosophy. St. Peter’s College. University of Oxford. 

                                 Thesis: Voluntariness, Consent, and Justification.

2017                          BPhil Philosophy. St Peter’s College. University of Oxford.

2015                          B.A. Philosophy (1st major) & Public Law (2nd major). University of Regensburg.


2019. "Consent, Threats, and Offers", In: The American Journal of Bioethics, 19 (9), 66-68.

2018. "Truth-telling and Respect for Autonomy", In: The American Journal of Bioethics (Neuroscience), 9 (3), 193-194.

2018. “Conventions and The Normativity of Law”, In: Archives for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, 104 (2), 220-231.

2017. “Duress as a Defence in a Case of Murder”, In: The Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence, Issue 2, 187-197.

2017. “The Compulsion to Believe Something. On the Affectivity of Clear and Distinct Perceptions in Descartes”, In: Boros, G., Szalai, J., Tóth, O. I. (Ed.). The Concept of Affectivity in Early Modern Philosophy, 24-37.

2017. “Moral and Non-Moral Testimony. Revisiting an Alleged Asymmetry.” In: Kriterion - Journal of Philosophy, 31 (1), 25-44. (Winner of the SOPHIA 2016 Best Paper Award)

2016. Book Review of E. Özmen (Ed.), “Über Menschliches. Anthropologie zwischen Natur und Utopie.” (On Being Human. Anthropology between Nature and Utopia.) In: Philosophisches Jahrbuch, Issue 2.