ETHICAL, EPISTEMOLOGICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES, Summer School from
25-29 March 2019 in Münster (Westf.), Germany
• What does it mean for an animal to "fare well"?
• How can we access animal welfare experimentally?
• How can we foster animal welfare?
• Which societal, legal and political expectations and demands should be
taken into consideration?
These and other questions will be discussed during the Summer School at the
University of Münster (Westphalian Wilhelm University, WWU) in Spring 2019.
The Summer School is organised by the Centre for Bioethics, the Institute for
Neuro- and Behavioural Biology and the Centre for the Philosophy of Science
and funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
We invite junior scientists from the behavioural sciences, biology,
philosophy, veterinary science, law and social sciences as well as other
relevant disciplines to present their theoretical and experimental approaches
in 30-45 minute talks and discuss them with experts during the Summer School.
Travel costs and costs incurred for board and lodging will be covered by the
Working languages at the Summer School will be English and German.
Interested junior scientists are invited to send their applications including
a short CV and an abstract of max. 300 words until 21st October 2018 to the
following e-mail address:
Centrum für Bioethik
Philipp de Vries