Christian Stein studied literary studies, linguistics and informatics. He did his doctorate in modern german literature. He then worked on topics as terminology’s management and models of foreign language, bridging the areas linguistics, informatics and engineering. Key subjects in his work are semantic networks, modeling interdisciplinary, spacial theory and an epistemology of interdisciplinary. Since 2012 he is researching with the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin at two clusters of excellence.
Alternative Monsters and the Probability of the Impossible