14.10.2019

Sabine Seichter on the Board of the Görres-Gesellschaft

At the 122nd Annual Meeting in Paderborn, the Salzburg educational scientist, Sabine Seichter, was elected to the board of the interdisciplinary and international Görres-Gesellschaft.

Der Görres-Gesellschaft gehören derzeit rund 3.000 Mitglieder an, die in 20 wissenschaftlichen Fachbereichen bzw. Sektionen organisiert sind. Das christliche Menschenbild und die christliche Ethik prägen die Arbeit ihrer Mitglieder.

Die Görres-Gesellschaft versteht sich als eine Plattform, die die aktuellen wissenschaftlichen Debatten in ihrer gesellschaftlichen Vielfalt aufgreift und sich im Spannungsfeld von säkularer Welt, wissenschaftlichem Fortschritt und christlicher Tradition aktiv daran beteiligt.

Von einer Gruppe katholischer Forscher und Publizisten im Jahre 1876 gegründet, ist die Görres-Gesellschaft eine der ältesten deutschen Wissenschaftsgesellschaften. Sie kann auf eine große Zahl bedeutender Gelehrter als Mitglieder zurückblicken.    

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