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Michael BaurmannUniversität DüsseldorfSozialwissenschaftliches InstitutUniversitätsstr. 1D-40225 DüsseldorfMichael.Baurmann@analyse-und-kritik.net
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Julian CulpThe American University of ParisDepartment of History and Politics147, rue de GrenelleF-75007 Parisjculp@aup.edu
Anton LeistEthik-ZentrumUniversität ZürichZollikerstr. 117CH-8008 Zürichleist@access.uzh.ch
Prof. Dr. Ulf TranowUniversität DüsseldorfInstitut für SozialwissenschaftenUniversitätsstr. 1D-40225 Düsseldorftranow@phil.uni-duesseldorf.de