Eda Keskin is a PhD student in branch of philosophy at Martin Luther Universitӓt Halle-Wittenberg. She majored in environmental engineering and philosophy and received M.A. Degree in Philosophy from the Middle East Technical University, Ankara. She attended Philipps-Universitӓt Marburg as an ERASMUS exchange student, and taught “Social Ecology” class at Europa Universitӓt Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder). She taught classes together with apl. Prof. Dr. Robert Schnepf (MLU) on the philosophies of Theodor W. Adorno and Martin Heidegger. Her research was funded by DAAD STIBET Research and Teaching Assistantship Program. Her doctorate thesis researches the reconstruction of Martin Heidegger’s philosophy and the application of his philosophy for the analysis of modern works of artist Joseph Beuys. Her research interests include aesthetics, phenomenology, environmental philosophy and political philosophy. Her M.A. thesis The Analysis of Alienation [Entfremdung] in Being and Time: From A Marxist Perspective was published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing on 10. Oktober 2011. Her articles and reviews were published in Springer, Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric, MAHB Stanford University, RH+ Art, Cogito, Doğu Batı, Politez, Lacivert, Nikbinlik, Ekin Sanat, Ünlem Sanat, Patika and Dil Im.