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S. (Shahin) Nasiri MA

Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Capaciteitsgroep Philosophy and Public Affairs

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  • Oude Turfmarkt 145
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  • Postbus 94201
    1090 GE Amsterdam
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    Shahin Nasiri is a PhD Researcher in Political Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, University of Amsterdam (UvA). His areas of interest include phenomenology, political philosophy, theories of freedom, ontology, Heidegger, philosophical anthropology, Wittgenstein, critical theory, Castoriadis, Lefort, democratic theory, quantum logic, migration and citizenship.

    Shahin’s current research project concerns a phenomenological inquiry into the notion of ‘freedom’, examined from the perspective of refugees. For his research project, he received the Peter Baehr Prize and the Young Talent Award, Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds. Before joining UvA, Shahin studied Political Theory in London (LSE), Philosophy (Leiden) and Aerospace Engineering (Delft). 

    Shahin is a regular contributor and co-editor of Critique of Law and Politics, an initiative of the Persian-speaking platform pecritique, and co-guest editor of the special issue of Filosofie-tijdschrift (2017).

  • Publicaties

    2017

    • Nasiri, S. (Guest ed.), & van den Heuvel, N. (Guest ed.) (2017). Giorgio Agamben. Filosofie-tijdschrift, 27(4). [details]

    2019

    2019

    • Nasiri, S. (2019). Modern subject of freedom and the ambiguity of refugeehood. Paper presented at the Center for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law, University of Aberdeen..
    • Nasiri, S. (2019). The idealized subject of freedom and the refugee. Paper presented at the 6th annual ACGS Conference, University of Amsterdam..

    2018

    • Nasiri, S. (Accepted/In press). Marx’s Image of History and the Revolutionary Element.

    Tijdschriftredactie

    • Nasiri, S. (editor) (2018-2019). Pecritique (Journal).
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