• prof. GIANFRANCO BASTI, Professor (Faculty of Philosophy - Pontifical Lateran University, Rome, Italy - Vatican City)

e-mail: gbdecfil@gmail.com; web-site: www.stoqatpul.org/lat/professors/basti_i.html

His scientific research interests to the study of the relationship between classic, realistic, theory of intentionality and the informational approach to cognitive functions. These interests have been developed along two main directions: 1. Study of particular computational architectures such as “neural networks”, both as models of complex, non-linear dynamic systems (chaotic, unstable, non-stationary), and as plausible models of the physical (neurophysiologic) and informational (computational) basis of intentional behavior in humans and animals. 2. Study of the foundational problems of logic, mathematics and computability theory in relationship with several problems of the semantics of intentionality, such as the relation between extensional and intensional logic, the problem of reference, of analogy, etc.Strictly related to his scientific interests is the philosophical research  developed along two main directions: 1. The mind-body problem and its dual (neither dualistic, nor monistic) solution, typical of the Aristotelian as well as of the cognitive science approaches to it.; 2. A rigorous new proposal of the dual Aristotelian and Thomistic theory of the spiritual component of the human mind, formalized through the powerful means actually offered by the so-called “formal ontology”. This discipline – as logical symbolization of the metaphysical discourse - offers indeed a rigorous approach to the study of the relationship between the mathematical (extensional) language of modern science and the content-related (intensional) language of the ordinary language, typical of philosophy and of other humanistic disciplines (ontology, ethics, philosophy of law, etc.). He is an author of ten books and several dozen philosophical articles.

  • doc. BOHUSLAV BINKA, PhD. Associate Professor (Department of Environmental Studies - Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)

e-mail: binka@fss.muni.cz; web-site: www.muni.cz/fss/people/6956

He studied philosophy and aesthetics at the Masaryk University in Brno, where he has also started his academic carrier in 2001. Since 2012 he is the head of the Department of Environmental Studies at Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University. His scientific interests include in particular environmental philosophy - within which focuses primarily on the relationship between empirical and normative approaches in environmentalism. His approach is based on the critical perception of Schwartz's theory of the fundamental values. He has already published books like “Analysis of Deep Ecology", "Green extremism" and "The Origins of Czech and Slovak Environmental Philosophy.". He cooperates with WU Wien, University of Glasgow and Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona.

  • dr ADAM CEBULA, PhD. Assistant Professor (Department of Ethics - Institute of Philosophy - Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw, Poland)

e-mail: a.cebula@uksw.edu.pl; web-site: www.filozofia.uksw.edu.pl/node/130

His research interests cover meta-ethics, value theory and political philosophy. In 2013 he published: Uczucia moralne. Współczesny emotywizm a filozofia moralna szkockiego Oświecenia (Moral Sentiments. Contemporary Emotivism and the Moral Philosophy of the Scottish Enlightenment, Semper Publ. 2013). He was also a co-editor of Ethics of Public Sphere (CSWU Publ., 2013) and Ethics of Moral Absolutes (Studia Philosophiae Christanae [special issue], 51(2), Vol. 1-2, 2015).

  • prof. ALBERTO CLERICI, Associate Professor (Faculty of Political Sciences – “Niccolò Cusano” University, Rome, Italy)

e-mail: alberto.clerici@unicusano.it; web-site: https://unicusano.academia.edu/AlbertoClerici

Alberto Clerici is Associate Professor of History of political thought at the Università “Niccolò Cusano” in Rome. He was previously Adjunct Professor of History of political thought at the Università di Roma “La Sapienza” (2004-2007), and Huygens Fellow at the Erasmus University Rotterdam (2001). He earned his PhD in History of political thought from the Università di Roma “La Sapienza” (2004). He is in the Editorial Board of the review "Storia del pensiero politico" published by Il Mulino, Bologna, and is a member of the European Society for the History of Political Thought and the Renaissance Society of America. His main area of interest is the European political thought between the Renaissance and the Enlightenment. In april 2017 he has been Erasmus + visiting professor at the UKSW in Warsaw. His publications include Costituzionalismo, contrattualismo e diritto di resistenza nella rivolta dei Paesi Bassi 1559-1581 (Milan, 2004), Monarcomachi e giusnaturalisti nella Utrecht del Seicento. Willem Van der Muelen e la legittimazione olandese della “Glorious Revolution” (Milan, 2007), and Trust, heresy and rebellion. Reactions to Machiavelli in the early Dutch Revolt (1572-1589), in Trust and Happiness in the History of European Political Thought (eds. László Kontler and Mark Somos), Leiden-Boston, Brill, forthcoming.

  • prof. doc. PAVOL DANCAK (Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies - University of Prešov, Prešov, Slovakia)

e-mail: pavol.dancak@unipo.sk

web-site: www.unipo.sk/greckokatolicka-teologicka-fakulta/katedry/kfr/7/pdancak/dancakprofil/

He graduated in the study of theology at the Cyril and Methodius Roman Catholic Theological Faculty, Comenius University in Bratislava in 1988. In 1995 he started to study philosophy at the Philosophical Faculty of Pontifical Academy of Theology in Krakow. He defended the PhD. degree under supervision of professor dr hab. Karol Tarnowski in 2001. He was awarded a degree of associate professor in the history of philosophy by historical and philosophical reflections of paideia in work of Karol Wojtyla, at the Faculty of Arts, University of Prešov in Prešov in 2005 and in January 2011 he was appointed as a professor of history of philosophy by president of Slovakia. He is autor, co-autor or editor of several monographs and studies, e.g.: Otázka výchovy v náuke Jána Pavla II. (The matters of education in thoughts of John Paul IIKoncepcja wychowania w myśli Radima Palouša (The concept of education in thoughts of Radim Palouš), Personalistický rozmer filozofie v 20. storočí (Personalistic dimension of philosophy in the 20th century), Súčasné premeny náboženského myslenia (Current metamorphosis of religious thinking), History of philosophical thinking in Slovakia. He was a vice-dean for Development and External Relations of the Greek Catholic Theological Faculty of University of Prešov in Prešov for two consecutive terms and currently he is a head of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies. He is a member of the Scientific Council of the Greek Catholic Theological Faculty of University of Prešov in Prešov and the Scientific Council of the St. Elizabeth University of Health and Social Sciences in Bratislava. 

  • prof. ANDREJ DÉMUTH, Professor (Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Department of Philosophy - Trnava University, Trnava, Slovakia)

e-mail: andrej.demuth@truni.sk; web-site: www.truni.sk/osobne-stranky/andrej-demuth/260.htm

studied philosophy and psychology; he is a professor of philosophy at the Trnava University. His research focusses on modern philosophy, epistemology and cognitive studies. He is the author of numerous articles and books, such as: Prolegomena to the Study of Modern Philosophy, Peter Lang Verlag, 2015; Introduction to the Study of the History of Epistemology, Peter Lang Verlag, 2015; Perception Theories, Kraków, 2013; Game Theory and the Problem of Decision-Making, Kraków, 2013;Philosophical Aspects of the History of Science, Kraków, 2013.

  • prof. FILIP GRGIĆ, Professor (Department of Philosophy - University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia)

e-mail: filip@ifzg.hr; web-site: www.hrstud.unizg.hr/djelatnik/filip.grgic

BA Philosophy and Comparative Literature 1989, MA History and Philosophy of Science 1993, PhD Philosophy 1996, University of Zagreb; is a senior research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy in Zagreb and is currently serving as its Director. He was a Fulbright fellow at the Department of Philosophy, Harvard University (2003–4) and a research fellow at various universities in UK, USA, France and Hungary. He teaches metaphysics at the Department of Philosophy, Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb. His publications include articles in various journals (such as Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, European Journal of Philosophy, Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, Phronesis, Ancient Philosophy, International Philosophical Quarterly, Notre Dame Philosophical Review, etc.) as well as several books (Aristotel o istinitosti i lažnosti [Aristotle on Truth and Falsity], 1993; Aristotel o nužnosti i slučaju [Aristotle on Necessity and Chance], 1997; Platon: Menon [Plato: Meno], 1997; Sekst Empirik: Obrisi pironizma [Sextus Empiricus: Outlines of Pyrrhonism], 2008; (with P. Gregorić) Teofrast: Metafizika [Theophrastus: Metaphysics], 2011). Among his edited books is Hrvatska filozofija od 12. do 20. stoljeća: izbor iz djelâ na latinskome [Croatian Philosophy from 12th to 20th Century: A Selection from Latin Works], 3 vols., ed. with E. Banić-Pajnić, M. Girardi-Karšulin and I. Skuhala Karasman, 2015.

  • prof. doc. MIROSLAV KARABA, PhD. (Department of Philosophy - Faculty of Theology - Trnava University, Bratislava, Slovakia)

e-mail: karabamiro@yahoo.com; web-site: http://jezuiti.sk/blog/pedagogoviatftu/2012/doc-phdrmiroslav-karaba-phd/

He received a PhD. for work on the philosophical implications of quantum theory (2005), and the habilitation in the philosophy of science (2011). Currently works as an associate professor at the Theological faculty of the Trnava university. His research focuses the problems from the philosophy of science (scientific progress, the relationship between theory and observation, dynamism of scientific knowledge) and the philosophy of physics, mainly the issues arising from quantum theory and its interpretations. He is also involved in science – religion dialogue, where he studies the possibilities of integration of Christian doctrine with the knowledge of contemporary science. He published many articles and books, such as The Philosophical Implication of the Quantum Theory in the Philosophy of Nature (2009); Scientific Progress in the Philosophical Point of View (2012); Divine Action in the World (2014).

  • dr hab. ANDRZEJ KOBYLIŃSKI, Assistant Professor (Department of Ethics - Institute of Philosophy - Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw, Poland)

e-mail: a.kobylinski@uksw.edu.pl; web-site: www.filozofia.uksw.edu.pl/node/286

He received his doctorate at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. The main subject areas of his scientific research are: ethics, bioethics, human rights, Italian contemporary philosophy, nihilism, postmodernity. He is autor, co-autor or editor of several monographs and studies, e.g.: O możliwości zbudowania etyki nihilistycznej. Propozycja Gianniego Vattima (On the Possibility of Constructing a Nihilist Ethics. The Proposal of Gianni Vattimo, 2014); O normatywności w etyce (On Normativity in Ethics, 2015).

  • prof. BALAZS MEZEI, Professor (Department of theoretical philosophy - Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Piliscsaba, Hungary)

e-mail: mezei.balazs@btk.ppke.hu; web-site: https://btk.ppke.hu/karunkrol/intezetek-tanszekek/filozofiai-intezet/anyagok/professor-balazs-mezei-english-cv-summary

Professor of Philosophy at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary, where he is the chair of the Philosophy department and Director of the Doctoral School of Political Philosophy.  He published more than 30 books and 150 scholarly articles on philosophy of religion, phenomenology, political and literary criticism. He organized master and doctoral programs at his home university. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Notre Dame, Georgetown University, Loyola University in Maryland, the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna, the Husserl Archives in Leuven, the Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal, and other institutions. He is vice-president of the Hungarian Society for the Study of Religion. He has been a Senior Fulbright Fellow at the University of Notre Dame in 2015. He published Religion and Revelation after Auschwitz (Bloomsbury, 2013); he authored Illuminating Faith and Christian Wisdom Meets Modernity (both with Francesca Murphy and Kenneth Oakes, 2015 and 2016). His Radical Revelation: A Philosophical Approach was published with T&T Clark in 2017. Currently, he is editor-in-chief of The Oxford Handbook of Divine Revelation. More information: http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&lang=EN&sz_ID=6867

  • prof. dr hab. ROBERT PIŁAT, Professor (Department of Epistemology - Institute of Philosophy - Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw, Poland)

e-mail: r.pilat@uksw.edu.pl; web-site: www.filozofia.uksw.edu.pl/node/124

Doctorate at Academy of Catholic Theology in Warsaw, habilitation at Polish Academy of Science, full professorship since 2011. Deputy Director of Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at Polish Academy of Science in 2000-2004, also chair of the Department of Logic and Cognitive Science in the same Institute from 2000 to 2011. From 2011 full professor of philosophy at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University. Co-founder of Polish Society for Cognitive Science, Polish Phenomenological Society and Society for Philosophical Education PHRONESIS, co-worker of Polish Radio Channel 2. Academic interests covering epistemology, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language and ethics. Author of seven academic books:  Czy istnieje świadomość? (Does Consciousness Exist?), Umysł jako model świata (The Mind as a Model of the World), Krzywda i zadośćuczynienie (Wrongdoing and Reparation of Wrongs), Doświadczenie i pojęcie (Experience and concept), O istocie pojęć (On the Essence of Concepts), Powinność i samowiedza (Obligation and Self-knowledge), Aporie samowiedzy (Aporias of Self-knowledge) as well as co-author of three volume textbook for teaching philosophy in schools. The main researcher in state founded projects: on theory of concepts (2005-2007) and on self-knowledge (2011-1014). Presently working on epistemological problems involved in decision theory.

  • prof. CSWU dr hab. KORDULA ŚWIĘTORZECKA, Associate Professor (Department of Logic and Methodology of Sciences - Institute of Philosophy - Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw, Poland)

e-mail: k.swietorzecka@uksw.edu.pl; web-site: www.filozofia.uksw.edu.pl/node/128

Deputy director of Institute of Philosophy, head of the Department of Logic. Interests: logical philosophy, modal logics in application to philosophy, applications of logic to classical ontology. Author of  papers published in Studia Philosophiae Christianae, Logic and Logical Philosophy, Logique et Analyse (with J. Czermak), Filozofia Nauki, Bulletin of the Seciton of Logic, Przegląd Filozoficzny; editor/co-editor, author/co-author of monographies: Jan Salamucha. Knowledge and Faith. Collected Works (ed. with J. Jadacki), Rodopi, Amsterdam/New York, NY, 2008, Classical Conceptions of the Changeability of Situations and Things Represented in Formalized Languages (author) CSWU Warsaw 2007; Gödel’s Ontological Argument History, Modifications, and Controversies (ed. and co-author), Wyd. Semper Warszawa 2015. Manager of two international NCN projects, member of the project “Logic, Concepts, and Communication” (LogiCCom), funded by Croatian Science Foundation (IP-2014-09-9378), manager: prof. S. Kovač. (http://logiccom.projekti.ifzg.hr/doku.php?id=start).

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