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Dr. Therese Feiler

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin bei DigiMed Bayern

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Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, 80539 München

Raum: C 320
Telefon: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 3562
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Vita

2019-2024 DigiMed Bayern
2021-2022 Mutterschutz und Elternzeit (20% Teilzeit)
2015-2018 Post-Doctoral Researcher, Healthcare Values Partnership, Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of Oxford; Research Fellow, Harris Manchester College, Oxford
2015 Stipendiatin der Kunststiftung Sachsen-Anhalt
2013-2014 Welfare State Reforms project, European Studies Centre, St Antony’s College, Oxford
2013 DPhil in Theology (Christian Ethics), University of Oxford
2008 MSt in the Study of Religion, University of Oxford
2007 MA English and Religious Studies, University of Aberdeen

Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • Bücher

Das Herz: Pumpe, Glaubensorgan, Seinstkonstitution [Arbeitstitel], Hrsg. Therese Feiler und Peter Schüz (Brill, Imprint Ferdinand Schöningh, erscheint 2022/2023)
Monographie: Logics of War: The Use of Force and the Problem of Mediation (Bloomsbury T&T Clark, Series: Enquiries in Theological Ethics, 2020)
Markets, Ethics and Healthcare: Policy, Practice and Moral Formation, ed. Therese Feiler, Andrew Papanikitas and Joshua Hordern (Routledge, 2018)
Richard Faber, Political Demonology: On Modern Marcionism, transl., ed. and introd. by Therese Feiler and Michael Mayo (Wipf & Stock, Cascade Imprints, 2018)

  • Aufsätze

Therese Feiler, Yannick Schlothe, Heribert Schunkert, "Bank, Archiv oder Bibliothek? - Denkmodelle für das ethische Fundament von Biobanken", Deutsche Medizinische Wochenzeitschrift, 2021, 146, 623-626.
"Personalität und praktische Vernunft. Zum Prinzip der Verhältnismäßigkeit in der P4-Medizin und der Corona-Krise", TTN Edition, 2021, 61-75
"Gerechtigkeit, Gewalt und Krieg – zur Ethik für 'die nicht so Sanftmütigen'", Verkündigung und Forschung, 2021, 66 (1), 47-56
"Sacred hearts and pumps: cardiology and the conflicted body politic (1500–1900)", Medical Humanities, 2020, 46 (4), 350-351
"Person und Polis. Kriterien für eine brauchbare P4-Medizin", TTN Edition, 2019, 22-32
"Political Challenges to the German Diakonie", Political Theology, 2019, 20 (8), 616-630
"Christian Ethics and Migration in Germany since 2015: A Critical Response to Robert Heimburger", Theology, 2019, Vol. 122 (5), 332-336
"The Ontology of Personhood: Distinguishing Sober from Enthusiastic Personalised Medicine", Studies in Christian Ethics, 2019, Vol. 32 (2), 254–270
"Understanding Responsibilisation in Healthcare – Differentiations in Reformation Theology – Luther, Calvin, Melanchthon", Theology, 2018, 121 (2), 95-102
"Encoding Truths? The Fragility of Health-Economic Discourse", in Markets, Ethics and Healthcare, ed. Therese Feiler, Andrew Papanikitas, and Joshua Hordern (Routledge, 2018)

  • Rezensionen (Auswahl)

‘Rosemary Kellison, Expanding Responsibility for the Just War: A Feminist Perspective’, Studies in Christian Ethics (i.B./forthcoming, Nov 2021)
‘Orthodox Christian Perspectives on War, ed. Perry T. Hamalis and Valerie A. Karras’, Studies in Christian Ethics, 2020, 33 (4), 565–569
‘God and the EU, ed. Jonathan Chaplin and Gary Wilton’, Studies in Christian Ethics, 2018, 31 (2), 242-246
‘Adam E. Hollowell, Power and Purpose: Paul Ramsey and Contemporary Political Theology’, in Studies in Christian Ethics, 2017, 30 (2), 244-246
‘God and War: The Church of England and Armed Conflict in the Twentieth Century, ed. Stephen G. Parker and Tom Lawson (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012)’, in Studies in Christian Ethics, 2015, 28 (1), 117–120

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2023-2025 Editorial Board Member, Studies in Christian Ethics

Lehre im WS 2022/2023: Grundfragen der Anthropologie