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ADAMCZYK Monika
Monika Adamczyk, Ph.D. student at Pedagogical University of Cracow. Major fields of interest: axiology, phenomenology, philosophy of religion
E-mail: monika.adamczyk.filo@gmail.com
ADHIKARY Chitaranjan
Chitaranjan Adhikary, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Department of Sociology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
E-mail: cdadhikary@gmail.com
ADRIENNE-SALIBA Dawn
Dawn Adrienne-Saliba, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English at the American University of Malta.
E-mail: dawn.saliba@aum.edu.mt
ALES BELLO Angela
Angela Ales Bello, professor (emeritus) of Contemporary Philosophy, Lateran University in Rome, Italy.
E-mail: alesbello@tiscali.it
ALLES Gregory D.
Gregory D. Alles, professor of Religious Studies at McDaniel College, Westminster, Maryland, USA.
E-mail: galles@mcdaniel.edu
AUGUSTYNIAK Piotr
Piotr Augustyniak is a doctor of philosophy and assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy at Cracow University of Economics. He published the book entitled Inna Boskość. Mistrz Eckhart: Zaratustra i przezwyciężenie metafizyki (Kraków 2009). He has published in Polish journals such as Przegląd Polityczny, Znak, Principia, Logos i Ethos. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
E-mail: paugusty@o2.pl
BAL NOWAK Maria
Maria Bal Nowak, Ph.D., assistant professor at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow
E-mail: maria.bal.nowak@gmail.com
BARAŃSKA Joanna
Joanna Barańska postgraduate student of philosophy at the Pedagogical University of Cracow, also works as a therapeutist at a Self-Help Social House in Kraków.
E-mail: bujasjola@poczta.fm [updated: June 2013]
BARTULA Piotr
Piotr Bartula, Ph.D. (habil.), assistant professor, Department of Philosophy at Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: piotr.bartula@uj.edu.pl
BEAMAN Lori G.
Lori G. Beaman, professor at the Department of Classics and Religious Studies, University of Ottawa, and the Principal Investigator of the Religion and Diversity Project Canada, as well as Canada Research Chair in the Religious Diversity and Social Change.
E-mail: lbeaman@uottawa.ca
BHATTACHARYA Ramkrishna
Ramkrishna Bhattacharya emeritus fellow in English, University Grants Commission, visiting professor at Indian Council of Philosophical Research, now a Fellow of Pavlov Institute, Kolkata, India. Professor Bhattacharya is one of the foremost authorities on Carvaka philosopy in India today. He has authored 15 books and more than 125 research papers. His writings on Indian materialist philosophy regularly appear in various journals of philosophy such as Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, ANNALI, etc. He has recently published a book Studies on the Carvaka/Lokayata (Anthem Press, London 2009, 2nd edition). Some of his essays are available online: ‘Materialism in India: A Synoptic View’ (2010): http://en.krishna.deltoso.net/materialism-in-india-a-synoptic-view-by-ramkrishna-bhattacharya; ‘History of Indian Materialism’ (2011): http://www.carvaka4india.com/2011/12/history-of-indian-materialism.html.
E-mail: ramkrishna.bhattacharya@gmail.com [updated: June 2013]
BIGAJ Jan
Jan Bigaj, lecturer (em.) at University of Rzeszów, researcher of Aristotle’s Metaphysics. [Updated: Dec. 2012].
BLANDZI Seweryn
Seweryn Blandzi professor of philosophy, Department of Philosophy and Sociology at the Polish Academy of Science in Warsaw, head of a Research Group for Ancient Philosophy and History of Ontology, editor-in-chief of the journal Archive of the History of Philosophy and Social Thought. Chairman of the Polish Society of Systematical Philosophy, editor of the book series: „Hermeneutics of problems of philosophy” and „Studies in Systematical Philosophy”. His research interests cover: history of philosophy (mainly ancient philosophy), history of metaphysics and its transformation into ontology, German philosophy and hermeneutics. He published inter alia: Henology, Meontology, Dialectics. Plato’s Search for Ontology of Ideas in Parmenides (Warsaw 1992), Plato’s Project of First Philosophy (Warsaw 2002).
E-mail: rekta@pro.onet.pl [updated: Dec. 2012].
BLAŽEKOVÁ Zuzana
Zuzana Blažeková, postgradual student of systematic philosophy at the Department of Philosophy at Trnavská University in Trnava, Slovakia. E-mail: zuzanablazekova1@gmail.com [Updated: Dec. 2012].
BŁASZCZYK Piotr
Piotr Błaszczyk, professor at Department of Mathematics, Pedagogical University of Cracow. E-mail: pb@up.krakow.pl [Updated: Dec. 2012].
BOGACZYK-VORMAYR Małgorzata
Małgorzata Bogaczyk-Vormayr, Ph.D. in philosophy, graduated from the School for Social Research at the Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw. Since 2009 she has been a research fellow at the Internationales Forschungszentrum für soziale und ethische Fragen, Salzburg, Austria. She spent research periods at the LMU-University, München, Germany, University of Salzburg, Austria, and at the University of Lviv, Ukraine. Her research interests include topics in Greek philosophy (i.a. Parmenides and Plato), patristics (the desert fathers), phenomenology (Husserl, Stein, Fink), philosophy of dialogue (Buber, Lévinas), peace studies (Europe, Israel and Palestine), resilience (health, depression, existential analysis), and philosophy of art (specifically Art Brut). At present, she is working on a book on the philosophy of resilience Resilienz. Philosophische Essays. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
E-mail: bogaczyk@amu.edu.pl
BORYCKI Tomasz
Tomasz Borycki, M.A., Ph.D. candidate, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: tomasz.tomasz@poczta.onet.pl
BOŻEK Hubert
Hubert Bożek, Ph.D. student at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow
E-mail: h.bozek@gmail.com
BREJDAK Jaromir
Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Chair of Contemporary Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Szczecin, Poland.
E-mail: jaromir.brejdak@univ.szczecin.pl
BRONS Lajos L.
Lajos L. Brons, Ph.D., researcher at the Department of Philosophy, Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan, and adjunct professor of philosophy at Lakeland College, Japan Campus, Tokyo, Japan.
E-mail: mail@lajosbrons.net
BRÓDKA Szymon
Szymon Bródka, teaching instructor at Department of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.
E-mail: szymonbrodka@gmail.com
CAVALIN Clemens
Clemens Cavalin, associate professor at the Department of Literature, History of Ideas, and Religion, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
E-mail: clemens.cavallin@lir.gu.se
CHAKRABARTI Arindam
Arindam Chakrabarti, professor of philosophy at the University of Hawai’i, where he directs the Center for South Asian Studies. He completed his B.A. and M.A. at Calcutta University and took his doctorate at Oxford University. Having received a formal training in contemporary western philosophy of the analytic sort, and a traditional education in Indian logic (Nyaya), he is working on integrating the two philosophical traditions. His numerous writings have taken the form of monographs and edited volumes, journal articles in English as well as in Bengali. His publications include among others: Denying Existence (1997), published by Kluwer Academic Publishers, “Concept-Possession, Sense Experience and Knowledge of a Language” in the volume: Philosophy of Sir Peter Strawson: Library of Living Philosophers edited by K.T. Hahn; “The Cosmic and Social Order of Eating” in Rta: Cosmic Order and Chaos edited by Kapila Vatsyayan (1997); “Nyaya Realism and the Sense Reference Distinction” in the Journal of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research (1997); “Seeing Daffodils, Seeing as Daffodils, Seeing Things Called Daffodils” in Relativism, Suffering and Beyond edited by J.N. Mohanty and P. Billimoria (1997); “Rationality in Indian Thought” in Blackwell’s Companion to World Philosophy edited by E. Deutsch and R. Bontekoe (1997), and “Meat and Morality in the Mahabharata” in Epistemology, Meaning and Metaphysics After Matilal edited by Chakrabarti (1997); “Analytic versus Comparative: A Bogus Dichotomy in Philosophy”, in American Philosophical Association Newsletter (Autumn 2002); “Perception, Apperception, and Non-Conceptual Content”, in Perspectives on Consciousness edited by Amita Chatterjee (2003); P.F. Strawson and Arindam Chakrabarti, eds., Universals, Concepts and Qualities: New Essays on the Meaning of Predicates (2006). E-mail: arindam@hawaii.edu [Updated: June 2011].
CHATTOPADHYAY Suchorita
Suchorita Chattopadhyay was born in 1960. She received her B.A., M.A. and Ph.D degrees in English from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. She is currently a Professor in the Department of Comparative Literature, Jadavpur University. Her areas of interest are European literatures, Translation Studies, Diasporic literature, Literatures and cultures of Southeast Asia and Canadian Studies. She is also the founder and Co-ordinator of the Centre for Canadian Studies, Jadavpur University. She has edited a volume of English translations of Indian short stories called Tapestry. She has also translated and published short stories from Bangla into English extensively. She has also published Amader Bhogini – Anandaghatini, a Bangla translation of Ama Ata Aidoo’s novel Our Sister Killjoy. She has edited five volumes on Canadian Studies published from the Department. In 2010 she has jointly edited with Soma Mukherjee, Tracing Transactions : An anthology of critical essays on India and Southeast Asia. E-mail: suchoritachattopadhyay@yahoo.com [Updated: June 2012].
CHOWANIEC Urszula
Urszula Chowaniec, assistant professor of Literature and Cultural Studies in the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University, Poland. She gained her Ph.D. in literary studies at the Jagiellonian University in 2004 and is the author of In Search of Woman: On the Early Novels of Irena Krzywicka (W poszukiwaniu kobiety. O wczesnych powieściach Ireny Krzywickiej, 2007), she has co-edited Mapping Experience on Polish and Russsian Women’s Writing (Cambridge Scholar Publishing 2010), Masquerade and Femininity. Essays on Polish and Russian Women Writers (Cambridge Scholar Publishing 2008). She has published articles and book chapters on women’s writing, literary theory and literary and cultural history (e.g. in Gender and Sexuality in Ethical Context: Ten essays on Polish prose, ed. Knut Andreas Grimstad and Ursula Philips, Slavica Bergensia, Vol. 5, 2005). She is an editor of the online cultural journal Women’s Writing Online (www.womenswriting.fi). Currently she is working on book on Polish Women’s Writing from the perspective of the notion of melancholy and nomadism. Email: U.Chowaniec@gmail.com. [Updated: June 2012].
CIELICZKO Małgorzata
Cieliczko Małgorzata, Ph.D. candidate at the Chair of 20th Century Literature,
Theory of Literature and Art of Translation, Faculty of Polish and
Classical Philology, the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.
E-mail: malgorzata.cieliczko@gmail.com
CORYELL Andrzej
Polish writer, author of collection of poems Les chameaux du myope, novel Spółka z lwem.
CZEPIEL Anna
Anna Czepiel, graduated from the Faculty of Journalism and Political Studies at the University of Warsaw, currently MA student of philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University in Kraków.
E-mail: annapatrycja.czepiel@gmail.com
CZYŻOWSKA Dorota
Dorota Czyżowska, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Institute of Psychology of the Jagiellonian University, Kraków. She carries out a research in the development and conditions of moral thinking and the problem of social and moral education.
E-mail: dczyzow@apple.phils.uj.edu.pl [updated June 2013]
DAMSKI Michał
Michał Damski, student at the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw.
E-mail: m.damski@gmail.com
DANIŠ Jakub
Jakub Daniš, student of philosophy at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow. [Updated June 2014]
E-mail: jakub.danis@gmail.com
DARGE Rolf
Rolf Darge, professor of philosophical anthropology and ethics at Faculty of Catholic Theology, Salzburg University. [Updated Dec 2013]
E-mail: rolf.darge@uni-koeln.de
DRUM Peter
Peter Drum, Ph.D., lecturer in philosophy, School of Philosophy, Australian Catholic University Limited, Melbourne. Address: ABN 15 050 192 660, St Patrick’s Campus, 115 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy, Victoria, Locked Bag 4115, Fitzroy MDC, VIC 3065, Australia. [Updated: June 2014]
E-mail: peter.drum@acu.edu.au
ELERT Kinga
Kinga Elert, student of philosophy in Departament of Philosophy and Sociology Pedagogical University of Cracow, poet. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
ELŻANOWSKI Andrzej
Andrzej Elżanowski, Prof. dr hab. of biology, zoology and bioethics at the Museum and Institute of Zoology of the Polish Academy of Science in Warsaw (PAN). Member of the Committee of Theoretical and Evolutionary Biology PAN and the Head Committee of the Polish Society of Ethics. Lecturer of zoology at the Collegium Humanitatis. Author of numerous works in bioethics and the evolution of birds.
E-mail: elzanowski@miiz.waw.pl [updated June 2013]
FARRIS Joshua Ryan
Joshua Ryan Farris, Affiliation: Ph.D. candidate, Theology and Religious Studies, University of Bristol. Has interests in philosophy, theology, and interdisciplinary studies. He has presented papers at several prestigious conferences and has publications in philosophy, theology, and interdisciplinary studies. Presently, he is finishing research in theological anthropology.
E-mail: joshua.r.farris@gmail.com [updated June 2013]
FIGAS-SKRZYPULEC Justyna
Justyna Figas-Skrzypulec, Ph.D. candidate at the Chair of Philosophy of Science, Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: justyna.figas@gmail.com
FILEK Jacek
Jacek Filek, Prof. Dr. hab., professor at the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. He is interested in ethics, philosophy of existence and philosophy of dialogue. His latest books: Filozofia jako etyka (2001, Philosophy as Ethics), Filozofia odpowiedzialności XX wieku (2003, Philosophy of Responsibility received the Prize of the Ministry of Education), Życie, etyka, inni (2010, Life, Ehtics and Others), Etyka. Reinterpretacja (in print, Ethics – a Reinterpretation).
E-mail: j.filek@uj.edu.pl [updated June 2013]
FRENZEL Ivo
Ivo Frenzel, honorary professor, Hochschule für Musik Theater und Medien Hannover, journalist and publicist. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
FRYDRYCZAK Beata
Beata Frydryczak, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor of Adam Mickiewicz University at the Institute of European Culture, the chair of Department of Theory and Interdisciplinary Research, Poznań, Poland.
E-mail: beataf@zg.home.pl
FURMAN Michał
Michał Furman, graduate in English, student of philosophy at Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow. [Updated: Dec. 2012].
GADACZ Tadeusz
Tadeusz Gadacz, professor of philosophy, Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow. Close colleague and friend of Father Józef Tischner, the editor of Encyclopedia of Religion (in Polish: Encyklopedia Religii). Author of numerous papers on history of philosophy, metaphysics, philosophical anthropology, and philosophy of religion. Recently published books of philosophy of God and history of 20th century philosophy (in Polish: Filozofia Boga w XX wieku, Kraków 2007; Historia filozofii XX wieku. Nurty, 2 vols., Kraków 2009). E-mail: tgadacz@ifispan.waw.pl [Updated: Dec. 2012].
GAŁKOWSKI Paweł
Paweł Gałkowski, Ph.D. student at the Institute of Philosophy, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.
E-mail: galkowski.pawel@gmail.com
GAWLINA Manfred
Manfred Gawlina, doctor of philosophy, independent researcher, München, Germany; published among others (1996) Das Medusenhaupt der Kritik: die Kontroverse zwischen Immanuel Kant und Johann August Eberhard Berlin: De Gruyter Kantstudien: Ergänzungshefte Band 128); (2001) Interpersonalita e prassi. Per una filosofia trascendentale dell’economia e del diritto. Napoli: La Citta del Sole; (2002) Grundlegung des Politischen in Berlin. Fichtes späte Demokratie-Theorie in ihrer Stellung zu Antike und Moderne Berlin: Duncker & Humblot (Beiträge zur Politischen Wissenschaft Band 124).
E-mail: Manfred.Gawlina@gmx.de
GLAZOR-POMYKAŁA Karolina
Karolina Glazor-Pomykała, Ph.D. student at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: utis@interia.eu
GOMUŁKA Jakub
Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow.
E-mail: jakub.gomulka@gmail.com
GREISCH Jean
Jean Greisch, professor of philosophy, born in 1942 (Grand Duchy of Luxembourg). Former Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Institut Catholique in Paris. Romano Guardini chair for Philosophy at the Humboldt University in Berlin (2009-2012). Member of the “Comité éditorial Paul Ricoeur”. Author of: Hermeneutik und Metaphysik. Eine Problemgeschichte, München, W. Fink, 1993 ; L’Arbre de vie et l’arbre du Savoir. Les racines phénoménologiques de l’herméneutique heideggérienne, Paris, Ed. du Cerf, 2000 ; Le Cogito herméneutique. L’herméneutique philosophique et l’héritage cartésien, Paris, Vrin, 2000 ; Paul Ricoeur : l’itinérance du sens. Grenoble, Jérôme Millon, 2001; Fehlbarkeit und Fähigkeit. Paul Ricoeurs philosophische Anthropologie, Münster, LIT-Verlag, 2008 ; Qui sommes-nous ? Chemins phénoménologiques vers l’homme, Bruxelles, Peeters, 2008 ; Du non-autre au tout-autre. Dieu et l’absolu dans les théologies philosophiques de la modernité, Paris, PUF, 2012.
E-mail: greisch@wanadoo.fr
GURCZYŃSKA-SADY Katarzyna
Katarzyna Gurczyńska-Sady, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: katarzyna.sady@gmail.com
HANUSZKIEWICZ Wojciech
Wojciech Hanuszkiewicz, Ph.D., assistant professor at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow. Main research interests: conceptions of metaphysics in the 19th and 20th century, phenomenology, neo-Kantianism, philosophy of Hermann Lotze.
E-mail: wojciechhan@wp.pl [Updated: Dec. 2012].
HAREMSKA Katarzyna
Katarzyna Haremska, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology at the Pedagogical University of Cracow. Lecturer of political philosophy and the history of political doctrines. Author of numerous works in political philosophy and the history of ideas. She has published three books: Teka Łagowskiego (ed., 2008, Łagowski’s portfolio), Po pierwsze, przeżyć. Studia z filozofii liberalizmu (2011, Survival comes first. Studies in the philosophy of liberalism) and Peryferie liberalizmu: Henry David Thoreau (2015, The Peripheries of Liberalism: Henry David Thoreau).
E-mail: haremska@poczta.onet.pl
HEFLIK Włodzimierz
Włodzimierz Heflik, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Pedagogical University of Krakow, Poland. He teaches epistemology and German philosophy. He is the author of many papers in Polish and German on Kant and Wittgenstein. E-mail: wheflik@yahoo.co.uk [Updated: June 2011].
HOCHKEPPEL Willy
Willy Hochkeppel, Ph.D., journalist and publicist. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
HOŁY-ŁUCZAJ Magdalena
Magdalena Hoły-Łuczaj, Ph.D. student at the Department of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University. Her research interests include the history of contemporary philosophy, especially philosophy of Martin Heidegger, philosophical anthropology, Polish philosophy, and the literary theory.
E-mail: m.holy.luczaj@gmail.com
HUSSAIN Amir
Amir Hussain, professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, USA.
E-mail: amir.hussain@lmu.edu
IDZIAK Urszula
Urszula Idziak, Ph.D., born 1980, currently working in the Institute of Religious Studies at Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Major fields of interest: Christianity and contemporary philosophy, post-secularism, Jacques Derrida, Jean-Luc Nancy, deconstruction of Christianity, late Wittgenstein and Religion. E-mail: urszulaidziak@yahoo.com [Updated: Dec. 2011].
JACQUETTE Dale
Dale Jacquette, professor of philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, University of Bern, Switzerland. Author of numerous papers and books on many technical aspects of philosophy including philosophical logic, philosophy of mind, history of philosophy, and ethics. He received Ph.D. in philosophy at Brown University. Member of many international academic associations and boards, editor of various publishing projects. Published among many others: Philosophy of Mind (1994), David Hume’s Critique of Infinity (2001), Ontology (2002), The Philosophy of Schopenhauer (2005), Dialogues on the Ethics of Capital Punishment (2009). Russell versus Meinong: The Legacy of ‘On Denoting’ (edited with Nicholas Griffin, 2009); Reason, Method, and Value: A Reader on the Philosophy of Nicholas Rescher (edited and with a critical introduction) (2009).[Updated: Dec. 2011]. http://dailynous.com/2016/08/24/dale-jacquette-2016/
JAKUBCZAK Krzysztof
Krzysztof Jakubczak, Ph.D., assistant professor, specialising in Buddhist philosophy, Department of Middle and Far East Studies, Jagiellonian University, Kraków. In 2010 he published a monography on Nagarjuna’s philosophy [Madhjamaka Nagardżuny – filozofia czy terapia?, Księgarnia Akademicka, Kraków]. E-mail: x.jakubczak@gmail.com [Updated: Dec. 2011].
JAKUBCZAK Marzenna
Marzenna Jakubczak, Ph.D. (habil.), professor of philosophy at the Pedagogical University of Cracow, Depertment of Philosophy and Sociology, Chair of Philosophy of Culture and Aesthetics. In 1998 she received her Ph.D. in philosophy from Jagiellonian University. She has edited, co-authored or authored several books (Liberating Knowledge. Philosophy of Classical Yoga, 1999 – in Polish; Samkhya and Yoga: The Foundations of Patanjali’s Philosophy – in Polish, 1999; Between Belief and Gnosis: The Mystical Experience in Oriental Traditions, 2003 – in Polish; Earth in: Aesthetics of the Four Elements, 2001 – both in Polish and English; Goddesses, Spinners, Witches and Dancers: Images of Women in Indian Culture; 2005 – in Polish) and published numerous articles, translations and other contributions in Polish and English. She has received several research grants and scholarships and has taken part in many state and international conferences in the UK, India, Japan, the USA, Germany, Sweden, etc. Moreover, she has realized some joint research and publishing projects on mysticism, cross-cultural aesthetics and gender issues. Her main interests are in classical Indian philosophy, comparative philosophy and the philosophy of mind. E-mail: marzenna.jakubczak@gmail.com [Updated: Dec 2018].
JAKUBOWSKI Zbigniew
Zbigniew Jakubowski, Ph.D. student at Collegium Civitas writing a dissertation on the social thought of Eugene Rosenstock-Huessy under the supervision of Professor Tadeusz Gadacz. Born on 17.05.1970 in Skwierzyna. In 1999, graduate of School of English at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. In 2004, he completed Post-Graduate School of Translation at the Institute of English Philology of Wrocław University. In 2010, he completed Post-Graduate Individual Studies in Sociology at Collegium Civitas under the auspices of the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. Publications: “Myślenie mowy w dążeniu do osiągnięcia ładu i tożsamości społecznej według Eugena Rosenstocka-Huessy” [Speech-thinking in pursuit of order and social identity by Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy] in: Ideologie – Państwa – Społeczeństwa, (Ed. Ryszard Żelichowski), Instytut Studiów Politycznych PAN, Warszawa 2011. Other interests: cultural travels, mountain wandering, religion, sports, classical music, learning foreign languages.[Updated: June 2011].
JAŻDŻEWSKA Katarzyna
Katarzyna Jażdżewska, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Institute of Classical Philology and Culture Studies, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University
in Warsaw.
E-mail: kjazdzewska@gmail.com
JEAN Grégori
Grégori Jean, Ph.D., lecturer at the Department of Philosophy, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France.
E-mail: gregori.jean@unice.
JEWUŁA Artur
Artur Jewuła, Ph.D. student at Department of Philosophy of Jagiellonian University, preparing doctoral dissertation on dialogical elements in Heidegger’s thought. Main fields of his interest include philosophy of dialogue and contemporary philosophical anthropology
E-mail: artur.jewula@uj.edu.pl
KAUL Ashok
Ashok Kaul, professor at the Department of Sociology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
E-mail: ashokkaulbhu@gmail.com
KAMIŃSKA Sonia
Sonia Kamińska, Ph.D., in the years 2003-2008 she studied philosophy in the Institute of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University. In 2008 she defended her master’s thesis about resentment in Nietzsche and Scheler under te supervision of professor Paweł Kłoczowski. In the years 2008-2009 she studied journalism at the Tischner European University (postgraduate studies). In the year 2009 she started her doctoral studies. In 2013 she defended her thesis (summa cum laude) written under the supervision of professor Janusz Mizera “Franz Brentano’s Aristotelica and especially Brentano’s interpretation of Aristotle’s Deity and the relationship Deity – humans”. She has translated Franz Brentano’s book “Aristotle and His Worldview” (Kraków 2012) and is now working on the translation of “Die Psychologie des Aristoteles, insbesondere seine Lehre vom nous poietikos”. In January and February 2013 she was an academic visitor at Corpus Christi College (Oxford University) where she worked alongside the project Power Structuralism in Ancient Philosophy conducted by dr. Anna Marmodoro. Interests: Franz Brentano, Aristotle, The Lvov-Warsaw School, Kazimierz Twardowski, intentionality, theory of objects, philosophy of mind, immortality, ancient and medieval embryologies, intellectual soul, nous poietikos.
E-mail: kaminska.sonia@gmail.com
KANERT Maciej
Maciej Kanert, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Chair of Oriental Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.
E-mail: promk@amu.edu.pl
KARNAT Anna
Anna Karnat, Ph.D., assistant professor at the chair of Sociology of Culture, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: karnat@up.krakow.pl
KASUYA Akiko
Akiko Kasuya, professor at Kyoto City University of Arts, Japan.
E-mail: kasuya@kcua.ac.jp
KĄCKA Eliza
Eliza Kącka, graduated from the Polish Philology Department at the Nicolaus Copernicus University and Academia Artes Liberales. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate. Writes on Polish literature and philosophy in the late 19th and early 20th century. Her doctoral project focuses on the members of Joachim Ritter’s circle. In 2012 she published a monography on Cyprian Norwid and Stanisław Brzozowski. Her major fields of interests include philosophical anthropology, hermeneutics, modernism in literature. [Updated: Dec. 2012].
KHAN Abrahim H.
Abrahim H. Khan, professor, Faculty of Divinity, Trinity College and crossappointed to the Graduate Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
E-mail: khanah@chasss.utoronto.ca
KING Ian W.
Ian W. Kikng, professor of aesthetics and management, London College of Fashion and University of the Arts, United Kingdom.
E-mail: i.king@fashion.arts.ac.uk
KŁECZEK Magdalena
Magdalena Kłeczek, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Philosophy and Sociology,
Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: madlen1110@gmail.com
KŁOCZOWSKI Paweł
Paweł Kłoczkowski, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland. Chairman of the Section of Social Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University.
E-mail: pawelklocz@gmail.com
KNOTKOVÁ-ČAPKOVÁ Blanka
Blanka Knotková-Čapková is Associate Professor affiliated at the Department of Gender Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, and Department of Asian Studies, Metropolitan University Prague. Graduated in Indian studies, focus of research on modern Bengali literature within feminist cultural comparative studies. Lectures on gender in literature, religion and postcolonial studies. Member of the Czech Union of Translators (Bengali and English). Selected publications: Poetry of Bengali Modernism, Prague 2003 (in Czech); Gender Archetypes in Indian Culture (in print, expected 2012, in Czech). Chapters in books: Dasgupta, S. – Guha, Ch. (eds.). Breaking the Silence, Calcutta 2011; Kalnicka, Zdena (ed.). Water and Women in Past, Present and Future, Xlibris, USA 2007; Jakubczak, M. (ed.). Wizerunki kobiety w kulturze Indii (Images of Woman in Indian Culture, Kraków 2005); Damsteegt, T. (ed.). Heroes and Heritage. The Protagonist in Indian Literature and Film, Leiden 2003. [Updated: June 2012].
KOBIELA Filip
Filip Kobiela, assistant professor at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology of Tourism, University School of Physical Education in Krakow.
E-mail: filip.kobiela@awf.krakow.pl
KOŁDRZAK Elżbieta
Elżbieta Kołdrzak, Ph.D., assistant professor at Department of Drama and Theatre, Institute of Modern Culture, University of Lodz, Poland.
E-mail: elakol@uni.lodz.pl
KOŁOCZEK Łukasz
Łukasz Kołoczek, doctor of Philosophy, independent scholar.
E-mail: lukasz.koloczek@gmail.com
KOMOROWSKA Joanna
Joanna Komorowska, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Institute of Classical Philology and Culture Studies, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University
in Warsaw.
E-mail: jk.komorowska@gmail.com
KORAB-KARPOWICZ W. Julian
W. Julian Korab-Karpowicz, Ph.D. (habil.), professor at the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Zayed University, Dubai, UAE.
E-mail: sopot_plato@hotmail.com
KORUSIEWICZ Maria
Maria Korusiewicz, (habil.), assistant professor of University of Bielsko-Biała, the chair of English Philology, The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, (ATH), Poland.
E-mail: mkorusiewicz@o2.pl
KOSIOR Krzysztof
Krzysztof Kosior, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Chair of Religious Studies and Eastern Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland.
E-mail: krzysztof.kosior@poczta.umcs.lublin.pl
KOSTUCH Lucyna
Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Institute of History, University of Jan Kochanowski in Kielce.
E-mail: lucyna.kostuch@ujk.edu.pl
KRÓL Marcin
Marcin Król, Professor, Institute of Applied Social Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland. Chairman of the Department of the History of Ideas and Cultural Anthropology, University of Warsaw.
E-mail: marcinpresent@gmail.com
KUKUŁA Alicja
Alicja Kukuła is graduated in Philosophy and currently M.A. candidate at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.[Updated: June 2012].
KUMAR Sushil
Sushil Kumar, doctor at Department of Sociology, Banaras Hindu University, India.
E-mail: susheel.chaturvedy@gmail.com
KUŃINSKI Miłowit
Miłowit Kuniński, Ph.D. (habil.), President of Center For Political Thought in Kraków, Poland.
KUPCZAK Rafał
Rafał Kupczak , Ph.D., graduated from the University of Silesia and Jesuit University Ignatianum in Kraków, Poland (independent researcher).
E-mail: rafalkupczak@wp.pl
LECLERCQ Jean
Jean leclercq, Ph.D., professor at the Superior Department of Philosophy, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.
E-mail: jean.leclercq@uclouvain.be
LEE GROSSKOPF Wendy
Wendy Lee Grosskopf, Ph.D., writing instructor, literature tutor, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, USA.
E-mail: wendy_grosskopf@uri.edu
LIBER Zbigniew
Zbigniew Liber, medical doctor, a specialist in gynecology, obstetrics and sexology, with thirty years of experience in diagnostics and treatment of people with the innate non-acceptation of the phenotypic sex.
E-mail: zbigniew.liber@life.com.pl
LIPOWICZ Markus
Markus Lipowicz, a sociologist born and raised in Germany, but studied and received his Ph.D. at the Jagiellonian University, Kraków. His articles appeared in “Kwartalnik Filozoficzny”, “Kultura” and “Polityka”. In his research he is interested mainly in western medial culture and the cultural and social consequences of postmodernity.
E-mail: markus.lipowicz@onet.eu [updated June 2013]
LUBECKI Marcin
Marcin Lubecki, Ph.D. student at the Department of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University; editor-in-chief of Zeszyty Naukowe Towarzystwa Doktorantów UJ [Research Papers of Doctoral Students’ Association of Jagiellonian University]; Member of the editorial board of Estetyka i Krytyka [The Polish Journal of Aesthetics] and The Polish Journal of the Arts and Culture; editor of the volume Reflections on Post-Moderne (2012)..
E-mail: marcinlubecki@interia.eu
LUC Joanna
Joanna Luc, student of philosophy and theoretical physics at Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: joanna.luc.poczta@gmail.com
ŁADOŃ Tomasz
Tomasz Ładoń, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Institute of History, Jan Długosz University in Częstochowa.
E-mail: tladon@wp.pl
ŁAPIŃSKI Krzysztof
Krzysztof Łapiński, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw.
E-mail: k.lapinski@uw.edu.pl
ŁUSZCZYKIEWICZ Antonina
Antonina Łuszczykiewicz is graduated in Cultural Studies from Jagiellonian University, Faculty of International and Political Studies. She specialises in South Asia and Central Asia, participated in several academic conferences in Kraków, Łódź, Lublin and assisted in organizing the educational meeting for schoolchildren in the Confucius Institute in Kraków. [Updated: June 2012].
MAJCHEREK Janusz A.
Professor, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland. Director of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University.
E-mail: janumaj@ists.pl
MARCHEWKA Anna
Anna Marchewka Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Department of Classical Philology, Faculty of Languages, University of Gdańsk.
E-mail: anna.marchewka@ug.edu.pl
MARZEC-REMISZEWSKI Michał
Michał Marzec-Remiszewski, M.A., graduate of the cognitive science, Department of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: michal.marzec.remiszewski@gmail.com
MELIN Roger
Roger Melin is a senior lecturer in philosophy at the School of Education and Humanities, Dalarna University, Falun, Sweden. His research interest is mainly centered around the philosophy of language, the philosophy of mind (especially the notion of ‘person’), ontology and ethics. Publications include Persons – Their Identity and Individuation (1998), and Dopning och sanningsenlighet: Ett försök att rättfärdiga dopningsförbudet inom idrotten (Doping and Truthfulness: an attempt to justify the prohibition against doping in sports; 2005). [Updated: June 2011].
MICHALSKA Anna
Anna Michalska, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of the Theory of Cognition and Philosophy of Science, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. [Updated: Dec. 2012].
MICHAŁOWSKA Marianna
Marianna Michałowska, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor of Adam Mickiewicz University at the Institute of Cultural Studies, Poznań, Poland.
E-mail: maryanna@interia.pl
MILEWSKA Iwona
Iwona Milewska, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Oriental Institute, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: milewska.iwona@gmail.com
MIREK Ryszard
Ryszard Mirek, professor of philosophy, chair of Logic and Methodology Section, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow. Published many articles, including Local Finitness and Substructural Algebras, “The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic” (2005); and Algebraization of non-classical logics, “The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic” (2007). [Updated: June 2011].
MIZERA Janusz
Janusz Mizera, associate professor at Department of History of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University, Kraków
E-mail: ereignis@o2.pl
MRÓWKA Kazimierz
Kazimierz Mrówka, Ph.D., assistant professor at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow.[Updated: Dec. 2012].
MUKHERJEE Asha
Asha Mukherjee, professor at the Department of Philosophy and Religion, University of Visva-Bharati, India.
E-mail: asha.mukherjee@visva-bharati.ac.in
MUKHERJEE Bijoy
Bijoy Mukherjee is a professor in the Department of Philosophy & Religion, Visva-Bharati, India. Wrote his Ph.D. on foundation of Quantum Mechanics. His publications include, ‘Ethics in Economics: Question of Possibility and objectivity’ (2006), ‘Methodology of Economics: Sen and Cartwright’ (2005), ‘Paradigms in Philosophy of Science’ (2005), ‘Consciousness and Theorizing about It’ (2003). Presently he is working on Philosophy of Economics and Social Science and History of Science in India, especially India’s negotiation with European Enlightenment. [Updated: June 2012].
MUKHERJEE Prasita
Prasita Mukherjee is a Research scholar in the Department of English, University of Calcutta, India, and also a Lecturer in Shri Shikshayatan College, Kolkata, India. Her area of research is Gender Studies and she has participated in conferences and published papers on the same. [Updated: June 2012].
MURAWSKA Monika
Monika Murawska, Ph.D. in philosophy, M.A. in history of art (Warsaw University). Assistant professor at the Theory Department, Faculty of Media Art, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. She is the editorial secretary of Przegląd Filozoficzno-Literacki [Philosophical and Literary Review] and the Polish Phenomenological Society; she has been awarded three grants of the French government. She is a French-Polish translator, author of numerous articles on French phenomenology and three books: The Problem of the Other. Phenomenology of Levinas and Merleau-Ponty (2005); Making Philosophy With One’s Eyes Shut. Michel Henry’s Phenomenology of Corporeality (2011); Jean Renoir. Painter of movie frames (2012).
E-mail: monikamurawska@yahoo.fr
NIESZCZERZEWSKA Małgorzata
Małgorzata Nieszczerzewska, Ph.D., lecturer at the Department of Urban Studies in the Institute of Cultural Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznań, Poland.
E-mail: mnieszczerzewska@gmail.com
NIZIŃSKI Rafał Sergiusz
Rafał Sergiusz Niziński, OCD, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Chair of Christian Philosophy, Theological Faculty, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.
E-mail: sergioocd@hotmail.com
NOWACZYK Adam
Nowaczyk Adam, professor of philosophy, emeritus head of the Chair of
Analytic Philosophy, University of Łódź, Poland.
E-mail: nowaczyk@uni.lodz.pl
NOWAK Kamil
Kamil Nowak, Ph.D. student at the Institute for the Study of Religions, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: anthropos32@gmail.com
NOWAK Magdalena
Magdalena Nowak (b.1985), College of Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities at the University of Warsaw graduate, Art Historian, Ph.D. Student in Graduate School for Social Research of Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. Works on theory of art, representation of history and memory in art, Aby Warburg’s Pathosformel and Nachleben concepts and representation of emotions and pathos. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
NOWAKOWSKI Dawid
Dawid Nowakowski, MA, Department of Philosophy and History, University of Lodz.
E-mail: d.nowakowski@onet.eu
PAŁKA Marta
Marta Pałka, postgraduate student of philosophy at the Pedagogical University of Cracow. She is a professional dancer with the diploma of the Union of Dancers. She is interested in the aesthetics and philosophy of dance.
E-mail: marta.libertow@gmail.com [updated June 2013]
PHILLIPS Ursula
Ursula Phillips is a Honorary Research Associate at University College London (School of Slavonic and East European Studies). She is a writer on Polish literature, mainly in the field of women’s literary history, gender and feminism, and also a translator of Polish literary and academic works. She is the author of Narcyza Żmichowska. Feminizm i religia (IBL PAN, 2008) and co-editor of and contributor to, inter alia, Masquerade and Femininity: Essays on Russian and Polish Women Writers (2008) and Mapping Experience in Polish and Russian Women’s Writing (2010). [Updated: June 2012].
PIECUCH Czesława
Czesława Piecuch, professor of philosophy at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow
E-mail: cechnap@op.pl
PIECUCH Joachim
Joachim Piecuch, associate professor at the Chair of Systematic Philosophy and History of Philosophy, Theological Faculty at Opole University, M.A. in theology, and Catholic priest. Published among others: Das Verständnis von Erfahrung bei Franz Rosenzweig (Kraków 1992), Doświadczenie Boga. Propozycja Bernharda Weltego na tle sporu o pojęcie doświadczenia fenomenologicznego (Opole 2004). [Updated: Dec. 2011].
E-mail: jpiecuch@opole.opoka.org.pl
PIEKARZ Michał
Michał Piekarz, doctoral student at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology of the Pedagogical University of Cracow. He is interested in theories of justice, Kantian and utilitarian ethics.
E-mail: michalpiekarz@op.pl [updated June 2013]
PIERZGA Joanna
Joanna Pierzga, M.A. in philosophy and socio-cultural animation from Jagiellonian University, a current student of teacher’s pedagogical training at Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: pierzdzanka@gmail.com
PIETTE Albert
Albert Piette, professor of anthropology, Paris West University Nanterre La Défense, France.
E-mail: piettealbert@hotmail.com
PŁANETA Piotr
Piotr Płaneta, Ph.D. student at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: nagual.official@gmail.com
POLAK Grzegorz
Grzegorz Polak, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Chair of Religious Studies and Eastern Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Maria CurieSkłodowska University, Lublin, Poland.
E-mail: grzegorz.polak@poczta.umcs.lublin.pl
POLAK Marcin
Marcin Polak, doctor of philosophy, performer, dramatist, founder of “centrifugal group”. [Updated: Dec. 2012].
POLANOWSKA-SYGULSKA Beata
Beata Polanowska-Sygulska, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor, Department of Theory of Law, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: beata.polanowska-sygulska@uj.edu.pl
POPCZYK Maria
Maria POPCZYK, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor of philosophy at the Institute of Cultural Studies, University of Silesia, specializing in aesthetics and theory of art. Her major interest is the aesthetics of museum expositions, aesthetics of nature and aesthetical aspects of emotions. Published among others Estetyczne przestrzenie ekspozycji muzealnych. Artefakty przyrody i dzieła sztuki [The Aesthetical Dimensions of the Museum Expositions. Artefacts of Nature and Works of Art] (Universitas, Kraków 2008), recently edited a volume of Kultura Współczesna (1/2011) on “Przemyśleć przyrodę” [To Reconsider Nature]. [Updated: Dec. 2015].
PRUSKI Paweł
Paweł Pruski, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Philosophy at Jagiellonian
University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: pawel.pruski@uj.edu.pl
PUCZYDŁOWSKI Miłosz
Miłosz Puczydłowski, Ph.D., adjunct, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: milosz.puczydlowski@up.krakow.pl
PYRA Leszek
Leszek Pyra, doctor hab., profesor of the Pedagogical University of Cracow, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Humanities. Research fields – philosophical anthropology, ethics, ecophilosophy. Member of the American scholary associations: The Institute of Elemental Ethics and The World Phenomenology Institute. Recently lectured at the University of Harvard Radcliffe College. [Updated June 2013]
E-mail: lepyra@op.pl
PYZNAR Konrad
Konrad Pyznar, M.A. in philosophy and history, doctoral student at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology of the Pedagogical University of Cracow (since 2012). He is interested in the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche and Hans Vaihinger, as well as the influence of the mythological and political factors on the rise of philosophy in ancient Greece. [Updated June 2013]
E-mail: konradpyznar@gmail.com
RADWAŃSKA Magda
Magda Radwańska, M.A. in sociology, Ph.D. candidate at the Faculty of Philosophy, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland.
E-mail: magda.radwanska@gmail.com
ROMANOWICZ Beata
Beata Romanowicz, curator of the Far Eastern Art Department of the National Museum in Krakow, graduated in conservation and museum studies from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. [Updated June 2015].
E-mail: beor@wp.pl
ROSTALSKA Agnieszka
Agnieszka Rostalska is a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Middle and Far East Studies, Faculty of International and Political Studies of the Jagiellonian University. Her research interests are in the area of Indian philosophy and culture, especially in the Samkhya-Yoga and Nyaya-Vaiśesika metaphysics. Ph.D. student at the Department of Languages and Cultures (Indian Languages and Cultures), Ghent University, Belgium.[Updated June 2014]
E-mail: arostalska@gmail.com.
RYTKÖNEN Marja
Marja Rytkӧnen is a docent in Russian literature and culture, Ph.D., Senior lecturer at the University of Eastern Finland, Department of Russian, Joensuu. Her doctoral dissertation examined Russian women’s autobiographical texts of the 1990s (About the Self and Time, 2004). Her research interests include contemporary women’s writing in Russia, cultural and gender studies. She is a contributor to and joint editor of Real Stories, Imagined Realities (2007), Masquerade and Femininity (2008) Mapping Experience (2010). She has co-authored (with Ilkka Pietilä) articles on Russian public health and lay interpretations of health. Her current research topics include Russian migrant literature in Finland and ethnicity in Russian literature. Contact: marja.rytkonen@uef.fi. [Updated: June 2012].
SAJDEK Paweł
Paweł Sajdek, assistant professor, Faculty of Philosophy, Catholic University of Lublin. [Updated: Dec. 2012].
SAJDEK Wiesława
Wiesława Sajdek, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor of at Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa, Department of Philosophy, Sociology and Psychology, Poland.
E-mail: wsajdek@gmail.com
SANDER Åke
Åke Sander, professor at the Department of Literature, History of Ideas, and Religion, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
E-mail: aake.sander@religion.gu.se
SARBIEWSKA Joanna
Joanna Sarbiewska, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Chair of Knowledge of Film and Audiovisual Culture, Department of Culture Research, University of Gdańsk, Poland.
E mail: sarbiewskajoanna1@gmail.com
SARDELLA Ferdinando
Ferdinando Sardella, assistant professor at the Department of Ethnology, History of Religions and Gender Studies, Stockholm University, Sweden. A research fellow at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, UK.
E-mail: ferdinando.sardella@rel.su.se
SAXENA Neela Bhattacharya
Neela Bhattacharya Saxena is a Professor of English at Nassau Community College, New York. She teaches English, American, and South Asian Literature, as well as courses in Women’s Studies and multidisciplinary history of ideas. Her publications include In the Beginning Is Desire: Tracing Kali’s Footprints in Indian Literature (2004); Gynocentric Thealogy of Tantric Hinduism, [in:] The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology, (eds.) Mary McClintock Fulkerson and Sheila Briggs (2011); ‘Gaia Mandala: An Eco-Thealogical Vision of the Indic Shakti Tradition in InterCulture: An Interdisciplinary Journal; ‘The Fun House Mirror of Tantric Studies: A Rejoinder to David White’s Kiss of the Yogini in Evam’; and ‘Color of God: Resplendent Clay of Hinduism as the Glow of the Ineffable’, in Living Our Religions (2008). [Updated: June 2012].
SAYEM Md. Abu
Md. Abu Sayem, associate professor, Department of World Religions and Culture, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
E-mail: sayemwrcdu@gmail.com
SCHMÜCKER Marcus
Marcus Schmücker, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria. [Updated June 2014]
E-mail: marcus.schmuecker@oeaw.ac.at
SCHWEIGER Gottfried
Gottfried Schweiger works at the Center for Ethics and Poverty Research at the University of Salzburg. His main fields of interest and work are social and political philosophy, especially poverty and work, and philosophy of sports. His latest book is Menschenwürdiges Arbeiten. Eine Herausforderung für Gesellschaft, Politik und Wissenschaft (2009 – co-author with Thomas Böhler, Otto Neumaier and Clemens Sedmak). [Updated: June 2013] E-mail: gottfried.schweiger@sbg.ac.at
Web: http://sbg.academia.edu/GottfriedSchweiger
SEIDLER Paulina
Paulina Seidler, Ph.D. candidate at the Chair of Philosophy of Science,
Department of Philosophy, Warsaw University, Poland.
E-mail: pseidler@student.uw.edu.pl
SELLMER Sven
Sven Sellmer is assistant professor at the Oriental Institute, the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan, Poland, where he teaches Sanskrit and Indian Philosophy. He did his M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Kiel (Germany). His master’s thesis provides an analysis of the logical structure of Parmenides’ didactic poem (Argumentationsstrukturen bei Parmenides, Frankfurt am Main 1998), his doctoral thesis is a comparative study of Indian and Greek philosophical views on the problem of subjectivity (Formen der Subjektivität, Freiburg/München 2005). At the moment he is working on a comprehensive investigation of the semantic field of the mental in the Indian epics. His other scholarly interests include Vedic anthropology, the Upanishads, early Buddhism, and Kavya literature. He is also the author of several scientific articles, and of a German translation of Dandin’s Daśakumaracarita (Die Abenteuer der zehn Prinzen, Zürich 2006). [Updated: June 2011].
SHARMA Arvind
Arvind Sharma, profesor religioznawstwa porównawczego na Wydziale Religioznawstwa, McGill University, Kanada.
E-mail: arvind.sharma@mcgill.ca
SERAFIN Andrzej
Andrzej Serafin, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Chair of Metaphysics and Ontology, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: andrzej.serafin@gmail.com
SIKKA Sonia
Sonia Sikka, professor of philosophy, University of Ottawa, Canada.
E-mail: ssikka@mail.uottawa.ca
SMOLAR Aleksander
Aleksander Smolar, Ph.D., President of the Board of the Stefan Batory Foundation.
E-mail: aleksander.smolar@gmail.com
SOBOTA Daniel Roland
Daniel Roland SOBOTA, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw.
E-mail: dsobota@ifispan.waw.pl
SOCHACKI Łukasz
Łukasz Sochacki, PhD. student at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow. [Updated: Dec. 2012].
SOKOL Elena
Elena Sokol, Professor Emerita of Russian Studies at The College of Wooster (Ohio, USA), Ph.D. (University of California, Berkeley). She is the author of Russian Poetry for Children (University of Tennessee Press, 1985). Since the 1990s she has focused her research on contemporary Czech women writers, including a series of ongoing interviews with the writers, parts of which will be incorporated into her current project — a book-length study of Czech women’s writing in the post-communist era. She has published several articles in international journals, most recently ‘A City of one’s own: the intersection of urban space and consciousness in novels by Daniela Hodrová and Virginia Woolf’ in Slovo a smysl / Word & Sense. A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theory and Criticism in Czech Studies (8, no 15, 2011). Her article ‘Spinning her web: Novels of Daniela Hodrová through a gendered lens’ is forthcoming in New Women’s Writing in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe: Gender, Generation and Identities (Cambridge Scholars Publishing). [Updated: June 2012].
SPRYSZAK Przemysław
Przemysław Spryszak, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Chair of History of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: p.spryszak@iphils.uj.edu.pl
STANISZEWSKA Elżbieta
Elżbieta Staniszewska, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Faculty of Art, Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology & Humanities in Radom, Poland.
E-mail: e.staniszewska@uthrad.pl
STARZYŃSKI Wojciech
Wojciech Starzyński, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor, Department of the History of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), Warszawa, Poland.
E-mail: wstarzyn@ifispan.waw.pl
STAŚKO-MAZUR Kamila
Ph.D. candidate at Musicology Department, Soundscape Research Studio, University of Wroclaw, Poland.
E-mail: kamila.staskomazur@gmail.com
STEKELER-WEITHOFER Pirmin
Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer, Studies in Philosophy, Linguistics and Mathematics in Konstanz, Berlin, Prague, Berkeley. Since 1992 Professor for Philosophy at the University of Leipzig, since 2008 President of the Saxonian Academy of Science. Visiting Research and Teaching in Campinas 1988, Swansea 1997/98, Pittsburgh 1990-192 and 2006, New York 2002, Paris 2012. Topics: Philosophical Logic, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mathematics; Plato, Kant, Hegel, Wittgenstein. Published among others: (2012) Denken. Tübingen: Verlag Mohr/Siebeck; (2011) Sinn. Grundthemen der Philosophie. Berlin: Verlag de Gruyter; (2008) Formen der Anschauung. Verlag de Gruyter, Berlin; (2006) Philosophiegeschichte. Berlin: Verlag de Gruyter; (2005) (wspólnie z Friedrichem Kambartelem) Sprachphilosophie. Probleme und Methoden. Stuttgart: Reclam; (2005) Philosophie des Selbstbewußtseins. Hegels System als Formanalyse von Wissen und Autonomie. Frankfurt/M: Suhrkamp; (2004) Was heißt Denken? Von Heidegger über Hölderlin zu Derrida. Bonn: Bonn University Press; (1995) Sinn-Kriterien. Die logischen Grundlagen kritischer Philosophie von Platon bis Wittgenstein. Paderborn: Verlag Schöningh ; (1992) Hegels Analytische Philosophie. Die Wissenschaft der Logik als kritische Theorie der Bedeutung. Paderborn: Verlag Schöningh; (1986) Grundprobleme der Logik. Elemente einer Kritik der formalen Vernunft. Berlin: Verlag de Gruyter.
E-mail: stekeler@uni-leipzig.de
STOLZENBERG Jürgen
Jürgen Stolzenberg, professor of philosophy at the Department of Philosophy (em.), Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. Author of many books and papers on history of modern philosophy, Kant and German idealism, Neo-Kantianism, early Heidegger, aesthetics, and theory of subjectivity. Member of many international academic associations and boards, editor of various publishing projects. Published among many others: (1986) Fichtes Begriff der intellektuellen Anschauung: Die Entwicklung in den Wissenschaftslehren von 1793/94 bis 1801/02. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta. (1995) Ursprung und System. Probleme der Begründung systematischer Philosophie im Werk Hermann Cohens, Paul Natorps und beim frühen Martin Heidegger. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. (2011) “Seine Ichheit auch in der Musik heraustreiben”. Formen expressiver Subjektivität in der Musik der Moderne. München: Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung.
E-mail: stolzenberg@phil.uni-halle.de
SURY Paulina
Paulina Sury, Ph.D. candidate at the Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: p.sury@interia.pl
SVAČINOVÁ Iva
Iva Svačinová, Ph.D. candidate at Department of Philosophy, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.
E-mail: iva.svacinova@gmail.com
SZAHAJ Andrzej
Andrzej Szahaj, Professor, Institute of Philosophy, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. Chairman of the Department of Contemporary Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland.
E-mail: szahaj@uni.torun.pl
SZCZUREK Przemysław
Przemysław Szczurek, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Department of Indology, Institute of Classical, Mediterranean and Oriental Studies, University of Wrocław, Poland.
E-mail: przemyslaw.szczurek@uwr.edu.pl
SZEPIENIEC Katarzyna
Katarzyna Szepieniec, Ph.D. student at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow. [Updated June 2014]
E-mail: katarzyna.szepieniec@gmail.com
SZKLARSKA Anna
Anna Szklarska, Ph.D., adjunct, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: anna.szklarska@up.krakow.pl
SZNAJDER Paweł
Paweł Sznajder, M.A. in philosophy, graduated from Pedagogical University of Cracow, Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Philosophy of the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow. He remains under the academic supervision of professor Tadeusz Gadacz. Research interests: hermeneutics, philosophy of dialogue. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
SZWED Antoni
Antoni Szwed, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at Departament of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, former assistant of Józef Tischner, he is a translator of Soren Kierkegaard’s works into Polish, among others: The Concept of Anxiety, Training in Christianity, Journals (selected entries), Acts of Love. Recently he published in Polish Reason in Relation to Christian Revelation. Kant, Hegel, Kierkegaard (Kęty 2011). [Updated: Dec. 2012].
SZYMAŃSKI Marek
Marek Szymański, Ph.D. (habil.), associate professor at the Chair of Religious Studies and Eastern Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland.
E-mail: marek.szymanski@poczta.umcs.lublin.pl
SZYRWIŃSKA Anna
Anna Szyrwińska is a doctoral student at the Graduate School for Social Research at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) in Warsaw. Prepares her doctoral dissertation on Kant’s ethics. Research interests: practical philosophy, philosophy and theology of the Enlightenment. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
TENDERA Paulina
Paulina Tendera, Ph.D., lecturer, Department of Comparative Civilisation Studies, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
E-mail: paulina.tendera@gmail.com
TRELA Grzegorz
Grzegorz Trela, Ph.D., lecturer at Department of Philosophy, St. Augustine University, Tanzania.
E-mail: trelok@gmail.com
TRELA Renata
Renata Trela, Ph.D. student at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow. [Updated June 2014]
E-mail: relare@gmail.com
TRITTEN Tyler
Tyler Tritten, Ph.D., post-doctoral fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt, Albert Ludwigs-Uniwersität, Freiburg, Germany.
E-mail: tylertritten@hotmail.com
URBANEK Maciej
Maciej Urbanek, Ph.D. student at the Department of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University, assistant at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, member of the Polish Society of Karl Jaspers and the Polish Philosophical Society. His interests focus on existentialism and philosophical anthropology. [Updated: Dec. 2012].
E-mail: urbanek.mac@gmail.com
VENIERI Maria
Maria Venieri, Ph.D., associate professor of philosophy at Department of Philosophy and Social Sciences, University of Crete, Rethymno, Greece.
E-mail: venieri@phl.uoc.gr
WACHOWSKI Witold
Witold Wachowski, Ph.D. candidate, Institute of Philosophy, Warsaw University, Poland, currently the editor-in-chief of the Polish interdisciplinary journal Avant. Pismo Awangardy Filozoficzno-Naukowej. [Upodated June 2015].
E-mail: witoldwachowski@gmail.com
WARCHALA Michał
Michał Warchala, Ph.D., assistant professor at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow.
E-mail: mwarch@interia.pl
WAŚKIEWICZ Andrzej
Andrzej Waśkiewicz, Ph.D. (habil), associate professor, Institute of Sociology of University of Warsaw, Poland. Director of the Institute of Sociology of University of Warsaw.
E-mail: a.waskiewicz@is.uw.edu.pl
WAWRZYNIAK Jan
Jan Wawrzyniak, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Chair of Contemporary Philosophy, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: janekwaw@poczta.fm
WĄSIK Barbara
Barbara Wąsik, M.A., Ph.D. candidate, Faculty of Philology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: bwasik91@gmail.com
WESOŁOWSKA Agnieszka
Agnieszka Wesołowska, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Chair of Philosophical Anthropology and Philosophy of Civilisation, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland.
E-mail: aletheia2@interia.pl
WĘGRECKA Aleksandra
Aleksandra Węgrecka, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: aleksandra.wegrecka@gmail.com
WILLASCHEK Markus
Markus Willaschek, professor of philosophy at the University of Frankfurt am Main. His publications include: Praktische Vernunft. Handlungstheorie und Moralbegründung bei Kant, Stutt¬gart/Weimar: Metzler, 1992; Der mentale Zugang zur Welt. Realismus, Skeptizismus und Intentionalität, Frankfurt: Klostermann, 2003; numerous articles on Kant, the philosophy of action, on free will, and epistemology. [Updated December 2013]
WWW: http://www2.uni-frankfurt.de/44528331/Willaschek_Marcus
E-mail: willaschek@em.uni-frankfurt.de
WINSKOWSKI Piotr
Piotr Winskowski, Ph.D. Eng. Arch., lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture, Cracow University of Technology, Poland.
E-mail: piotr.winskowski@gmail.com
WIŚNIEWSKA Lidia
Lidia Wiśniewska, Professor of Polish Literature, currently chairing the Comparative Literature Section at the Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, Poland.[Updated: June 2012].
WOLAK Zbigniew
Zbigniew Wolak, Ph.D., associate professor of the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Kraków, Faculty of Philosophy, Poland.
E-mail: zbigniew.wolak@upjp2.edu.pl
WOLZ-GOTTWALD Eckard
Eckard Wolz-Gottwald, Ph.D., associate professor of philosophy, University of Philosophy and Theology Muenster, Germany.
E-mail: eckard.wolz@pth-muenster.de
WOŹNIAK Cezary
Cezary Woźniak studied History of Art and Philosophy at Jagiellonian University, Krakow, where he is employed as Assistant Professor in the Institute of Culture, Faculty Management and Social Communication. His publications include: Martina Heideggera myślenie sztuki [Martin Heidegger’s Thinking on Art ](1998, 2004) and Okamgnienie. Doświadczenie źródłowe a granice filozofii [Augenblick. Primordial Experience and Limits of Philosophy](2008). He established the Publishing House A where he holds editor-in chief position. He works widely on a variety of philosophical themes, but with particular focus on phenomenology, Buddhist studies, culture studies, hermeneutics and aesthetics.
E-mail: cezary.g.wozniak@gmail.com
WÓJCIK Anna Iwona
Anna Iwona Wójcik, assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy of Culture at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, in the research team of Eastern Philosophy; areas of research: Confucianism, philosophy of the garden, Chinese philosophy of art. Key publications: Konfucjusz (Confucius) (1995), Wolność i władza. Filozoficzne idee cywilizacji liberalnej i konfucjańskiej w próbie międzykulturowego porównania (Freedom and Power. Philosophical ideas of liberal and Confucian civilizations at the intercultural comparison ) (2002); Ogrody – zwierciadła kultury, tom I Wschód, tom II Zachód (Gardens – a mirror of culture; Volume I East, Volume II West; co-ed. with Leszek Sosnowski (2004, 2008), Filozoficzne podstawy sztuki kręgu konfucjańskiego. Źródła klasyczne okresu przedhanowskiego (The Philosophical Basis of the Confucian Art. Classical Sources Pre-Han Period) (2010). E-mail: aiwojcik@poczta.onet.pl [Updated: Dec. 2012].
WÓJS Paweł
Paweł Wójs, Ph.D., assistant professor at Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Pedagogical University of Cracow.
E-mail: pawelwojs@gmail.com
YAACOB Solehah
Solehah Yaacob, Ph.D., associate professor at Department of Arabic Language & Literature, International Islamic University Malaysia. She has got all degrees from the IIU Malaysia, specializing in philosophy of Arabic Grammar. She has published and edited several books, including a recent volume published in Egypt recommended as a textbook for the postgraduate and undergraduate students. Her articles have been published in various academic journals: Majma` Lughawy (Jordan), Journal of Social Sciences (Singapore), Common Ground (Australia), Journal of at-Tajdid International Islamic University (Malaysia), Journal of Kulliyah Darul Ulum (Egypt), Journal of Majallah al-Mahakkamah al-Ma`arif al-Jami`iyah (Iraq), Sino English Teaching (USA), International Journal of Social Science and Humanity (Hong Kong), International Journal of Language, Literature & Education (Hong Kong), Arab Journal of Humanities (Kuwait), etc. She presented numerous papers in her field in such countries as Brunei, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Turkey, the USA. [Updated December 2013]
E-mail: solehah71@gmail.com
ZELEK Jacek
Jacek Zelek, graduated in theology from the Pontifical Theological Academy in Kraków, at present works on his doctoral dissertation dealing with philosophy of Emanuel Levinas. His research interests focus on the ethical issues and the questions in philosophy of religion discussed in terms of phenomenology, philosophy of dialogue and the Frankfurt School. [Updated: Dec. 2011].
ZGODA Leopold
Leopold Zgoda completed his Ph.D. at Jagiellonian University, a lecturer (em.) at Cracow University of Economics. Moral philosopher and socio-political activist. [Updated: June 2011].