Florian Ehrensperger, MA, MLIS, PhD
Location: Vancouver (Canada)
Membership Grade: Professional Member
Over 15 years of experience indexing single and multi-author titles for an academic audience with a PhD in philosophy.
Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia teaching Cataloguing and Classification as well as Indexing.
I have indexed philosophy since 2003, both in English and German.
Experienced in the area of epistemology in the 17th and 18th century.
I am particularly interested in contemporary ethical thought, and in the recent past my focus has been on free will, virtue ethics and ethics at the intersection of philosophy and psychology.
Metaphysics in modern Western philosophy are areas of expertise.
Recent indexing experience includes mainly contemporary practical philosophy.
German native speaker with experience indexing philosophy (Felix Meiner), history, biography, literary criticism and theology (C.H. Beck) titles in German.
Experience in indexing Jewish philosophy and religion (Solomon Maimon).
Master of Library and Information Studies (UBC Vancouver)
PhD in Philosophy (LMU Munich)
Recent indexes include
Michelle Mason (ed.),
The Moral Psychology of Contempt, Rowman & Littlefield, 2018
The Skillfulness of Virtue. Improving our Moral and Epistemic Lives, Cambridge University Press, 2018
Autobiography. Edited by Yitzhak Y. Melamed & Abraham Socher. Translated by Paul Reitter, Princeton University Press, 2018
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Christian B. Miller (eds.),
Moral Psychology, Volume 5. Virtue and Character, MIT Press, 2017
Princeton University Press
Cambridge University Press
Rowman & Littlefield
Oxford University Press
Law Society of British Columbia
Duncker & Humblot