The Association of Reformational Philosophy has special chairs within 7 universities in The Netherlands. These chairs are currently held by 6 professors. Here you will find more information about them. The information varies from there own contactinformation to there publications and colleges:
Jan Hoogland …
Henk Jochemsen (1952) studied Molecular Biology at the Agricultural University in Wageningen in 1979 and his doctorate in this field at the University of Leiden.
From 1980 – 1986 he was a staff worker of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students working in Paraguay. Besides performing this work students he taught molecular biology at the National University of Asunción and Christian ethics to two pastor training.
From 1987-2009 he was director of the Prof. Dr. G. A. Lindeboom Institute, Center for Medical Ethics, Ede.
From 1998 until the end of 2009 he was professor of medical ethics at the Lindeboom Chair of Medical Ethics at the VUmedical center of the VU University Amsterdam.
From 2002-2006 he was a part-time professor of medical ethics at the Ede Christian University in collaboration the Reformed College in Zwolle and the Christian University The Driestar in Gouda.
From 1 July 2008, he is professor of Reformational philosophy in Wageningen (0.2 FTE) and from January 1, 1009 he is CEO of Prisma, association of Christian organizations for development cooperation (0.8 FTE). In this position he is from 2010, member of the trade association Partos and Micha-Nedeland.
He is married with Marieke Kok and has 3 children and 8 grandchildren.
More information: http://www.geloofinzorg.nl/page/103
Philosophy and ethics of life sciences, like synthetic biology; Faith and Science, Development and philosophy of culture, Verbeteringsgeneeskunde
Publicaties at international per reviewed magazines and books (a selection)
Read more about the publications of Henk Jochemsen at the website of the Lindenboom Institute.
Martin Verkerk studied chemistry, theoretical physics and philosophy at the University of Utrecht. He graduated in 1982 at the electrical conductivity of oxides. He was for several years connected as a senior researcher at the Philips Research Laboratories. In this international company, he also managed factories in the Netherlands and abroad. In 2003 he became director of a psychiatric hospital in Maastricht. Martin graduated in 2004 on a second thesis on the interface of engineering, management science and philosophy. Since 2008 he has worked as an Executive Board VitaValley, an innovation network in healthcare.
Sustainability and healthcare
(all in Dutch) PUBLICATIES OP HET GEBIED VAN FYSICA, CHEMIE EN MATERIAALKUNDE
PUBLICATIES OP HET GEBIED VAN DE ORGANISATIEKUNDE
B. Hoofdstukken in boeken
PUBLICATIES OP HET GRENSGEBIED VAN FILOSOFIE, THEOLOGIE EN WETENSCHAP
B. Hoofdstukken in boeken
C. Publicaties in internationale tijdschrijften
D. Publicaties in Filosofie in Bedrijf
E. Publicaties in Radix
F. Publicaties in Beweging
PUBLICATIES IN KRANTEN EN TIJDSCHRIFTEN
Publicaties in Nederlandse kranten
Publicaties in kerkelijke bladen
Renée van Riessen (Lunteren, 1954) is professor of Reformational philosophy, from which she gives lectures on teaching philosophy in relation to the Jewish and Christian belief. In her lectures, attention is given to questions about the relationship between believing and thinking, in that context are metaphysical and anthropological questions arise (finiteness and infinity, transcendence and immanence, the relation of the self to the other and to God).
Finally, the Christian thought considered from the perspective of contemporary sophistication.
Besides the special professorship in Leiden Renée Riessen university lecturer in philosophy and philosophy of religion at the Protestant Theological University (Kampen / Groningen).
Philosophy in relation to education, Art and religion
Marc’s particular interest is to connect two disciplines: philosophy of science and technology and the teaching of science subjects in primary and secondary education.
If you want to educate somewhere, you have to know exactly what you’re talking about, and then you’re in the middle of the philosophy. The philosophy of science and technology presented many topics that are important to pass on to young people: what is the nature of science and what are the limitations of scientific knowledge, how come the rhetoric with which technological developments are accompanied often refer to ideal worlds (without sickness, death, etc.) and what does that mean for the normative assessment of such developments?
One area in which those questions very exciting is that of nanoscience and technology.
Philosophy of science and technology, Science and technology in primary and secondary education