We are Tilburg University

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Bio

After years in pastoral care and counselling in Germany and Switzerland, I worked as doctor-assistant in fundamental theology at the university of Fribourg/CH and at Louvain la Neuve/BE. My work as professor of moral theology is still strongly connected to my ongoing experience in accompanying traumatized and physically or psychically abused persons. My monographs focus on

  • philosophical-theological anthropology (Freiheit und Grenze. Edith Steins Anthropologie und ihre erkenntnistheoretischen Implikationen, 2/2005; Der Mensch, ein Phänomen, 2011; Een antropologie van de christelijke ethiek, 2012, Phänomene des Menschseins 2017),
  • theological moral subjects (Schuld, ins Wort gebracht, 2/2011; Begegnung, die befreit, 2009),
  • epistemology in ethics and research (Was ist gut? 2010. Morele denkpatronen, 2013),
  • psychological-ethical research (Wenn das Ich zerbricht, Psychotrauma, 2014) and
  • ethics in attitude/professional ethics (Narzissten – eine Funktionsanalyse, forthcoming).

Expertise

My starting point is anthropology, the main methodology is phenomenology. Both systemise the considerations on ethics and open the discussion on traditional, modern and postmodern epistemology in this field. Thinking pattern shape our moral reflection; existential experience show the limits of moral arbitrariness. Research on psychotrauma face the possibilities and limits of responsibility. Projects of professional ethics and sociological-cultural ethics reveal how Christian ethics is still able to provide the bases of present-days living together in society and Church.

Teaching

Bachelor:

(1) and (2) Philosophical and theological anthropology, sin and redemption

(3) Christian ethics in a non-christian culture: applied ethics on diverse fields

Master:

Moral thinking patterns systematically (1) and historically (2) reflected

(3) Professional ethics

 

Courses

Collaboration

Centre for Child Protection, Pontificia Università Gregoriana, Roma: pastoral care and redemption in trauma

Centro internationale della ricerca fenomenologica, Pontificia Università Lateranense, Roma: fenomenologia

Katholische Universität Eichstätt, Germany: Performative Theologie (Society)

Theologische Fakultät Salzburg, Austria: Interreligious spirituality

Theologische Faktultät Erfurt, Germany: Theologische Ethik

Università Católica, Centro Edith Stein, Chile: Edith Stein y fenomenología

et al.

Recent publications

  1. Edith Stein und das Judentum -

    Wulf, M. (2019). Edith Stein und das Judentum. Anzeiger für die Seelsorger: Zeitschrift für Pastoral und Gemeindepraxis, 2019.
  2. Friedenspädagogik -

    Wulf, M. (2019). Friedenspädagogik. In U. Dobhan (Ed.), Edith-Stein-Jahrbuch 2019 (2019 ed., Vol. 25, pp. 141-164). [3] Würzburg.
  3. La dinamica del narcisismo -

    Wulf, M. (2019). La dinamica del narcisismo. Munera: Rivista Europea di Cultura , 2019(2), 75-82. [7].
  4. Humor und Dankbarkeit -

    Wulf, M. (2019). Humor und Dankbarkeit. Diakonia. Internationale Zeitschrift für die Praxis der Kirche, 50(1), 26-35. [4].
  5. Trauma in Relationship - Healing by Religion - Restoring Dignity an M…

    Wulf, M. (2018). Trauma in Relationship - Healing by Religion: Restoring Dignity an Meaning after Traumatic Experiences. In R. Ganzevoort, & S. Sremac (Eds.), Trauma and Lived Religion. : Transcending the Ordinary (pp. 129-151). [2] (Palgrave Studies in Lives Religion and Social Challenges). Amsterdam: Palgrave/MacMillan.

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