(Dr. phil., Ludwig Maximilian University Munich). His main interests lie in contemporary political and social philosophy, in the history of political thought, and in 20th century continental philosophy. He is the author of Revolution denken. Heidegger und das Politische 1919-1969 (C.H. Beck, 2011) and Theorien der Revolution (Junius, 2013; revised 2nd edition 2018).