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Gabriel Markus was born on 6 April, 1980 in Remagen, Germany.

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Born6 April 1980
Birthday6 April
BirthplaceRemagen, Germany

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In an April 2020 interview he called European measures against COVID 19 unjustified and a step towards cyber dictatorship, saying the use of health apps was a Chinese or North Korean strategy. He said the coronavirus crisis called into question the idea that only scientific and technical progress could lead to human and moral progress. He said there was a paradox of virocracy, to save lives one replaced democracy by virocracy.


In a 2018 interview, Gabriel complained that “most contemporary metaphysicians are [sloppy] when it comes to characterizing their subject matter,” using words like “the world” and “reality” “often…interchangeably and without further clarifications. In my view, those totality of words do not refer to anything which is capable of having the property of existence.” He goes on to explain:


In 2013, Gabriel wrote Transcendental Ontology: Essays in German Idealism. In the Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews Sebastian Gardner wrote that the work is “Gabriel’s most comprehensive presentation to date, in English, of his reading of German Idealism” and notes that “due to its compression of a wealth of ideas into such a short space, the book demands quite a lot from its readers.”


Markus Gabriel (German: [ˈɡaːbʁiˌeːl] ; born April 6, 1980) is a German philosopher and author at the University of Bonn. In addition to his more specialized work, he has also written popular books about philosophical issues.