Dr. Gardelli conducts research concerning Philosophy with Children and philosophical dialogs, e.g. within the a research project concerning people with afaasia, funded by Vinnova, and the research project "Education for participation - Philosophizing back a "new" life after acquired brain injury", which was funded by the Swedish Research Council, ethics (e.g. ethics of education and ethics education), logic and argumentation, philosophy of education, philosophy education, etc.
Viktor currently teaches in various courses, mainly specialising in ethics (incl. research ethics), critical thinking (incl. logic, argumentation) and philosophy of science and epistemology. For example, he teaches these subjects in different courses included in various programmes, such as teacher education, the special teacher education programme, the programme for fire protection engineers, and the programme for jurisprudence.
During his doctoral studies, Viktor was active in the PhD Student Association, among other things as vice president and member of the board, as representative in the special group for third cycle education, as a member of the executive board for the department of education, and – happily – as a member of the social activities group.
Dr. Gardelli is the editor at philpapers.org for the topic philosophy for children: ethics. He is also a board member of the research committé for the International Council of Philosophical Inquiry with Children, ICPIC. He is a co-founding member of the Nordic Research Network for Philosophy with Children, and a member of the nordic society of Philosophy with Children. He is also a member of The Nordic Society for Philosophy of Education.
PhD, M.A. and B.A.
Studied at LTU, Örebro University and Stockholm University.
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