Audrey Borowski is a Research Fellow on the “Desirable Digitalization” project between the Universities of Bonn and Cambridge. She gained her doctorate from the University of Oxford. Her monograph Leibniz in his World: The Making of a Savant is forthcoming with Princeton University Press. She is currently working on her second book, Philosophers of the Digital.

Selected Publications:

‘The Absolutism of Data: Thinking Artificial Intelligence with Hans Blumenberg’ in Mind and Matter (February 2024).

Co-editor (with Nicholas Halmi), ‘Universal Histories’, special issue of Intellectual History Review 33:3

‘The Universal History to bring all Universal Histories to an end: The curious case of Volney’, in ‘Universal Histories’ issue of Intellectual History Review

‘Günther Anders Philosopher of the Apocalypse’, Aeon (17 May 2022) <https://aeon.co/essays/gunther-anders-a-forgotten-prophet-for-the-21st-century>

‘Friedrich Meinecke or the Defeat of Cultural Historicism’, in Hermann Paul and Adriaan van Veldhuizen (eds.), Historicism as a Travelling Concept (London: Bloomsbury, 2020), pp. 165–85

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