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Sławomir Tkacz


Marek Hetmański

Marek Hetmański is Full Professor of Philosophy and Cognitive Science, Maria Curie Skłodowska University, Lublin. His areas of interest are: epistemology, philosophy of mind, theory of information and communication, theories of rationality, and decision making problem. He published four monographs (in Polish), among which are: Epistemologia informacji [Epistemology of Information] (2013), Świat informacji [Information World] (2015), as well as book chapters and papers: “Technologized Epistemology” (Academic Books 2010),  “Epistemology as philosophy of knowledge: old dilemmas and new perspectives” (Dialogue and Universalism 2008), “The actual role of metaphors in knowledge organization” (Ergon Verlag 2014). He has edited recently Rationality and Decision Making: From Normative Rules to Heuristics(Brill/Rodopi 2018).


Małgorzata Obrycka

Doctor of social sciences, assistant professor at the Institute of Pedagogy at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Pomeranian Academy in Słupsk. Author of the book: "Doctrine in the face of everyday life. Fenomenographical study on religious upbringing in the family". The researcher is interested in the philosophy of education, in particular the issues of shaping the moral identity of modern man in the context of independent ethics and posthumanism.


Krzysztof Majczyk

economist, lawyer, philosopher

Owner of an individual practice "Doradztwo Podatkowe Krzysztof Jan Majczyk", Wadowicka 12/430, 30-415 Kraków, Entry No.: 02880, service accountant, tax advisor, commercial lawyer for domestic and foreign commercial law companies, long-term legal advocate for micro, small and medium-sized Polish enterprises in front of Polish so-called administrative courts, repressed by blatant misuse of power by the Polish fiscal administration.

The owner of the Polish Consulting Group, made up of the economic expertise of the British law "Polish Consulting Ltd" in London (UK) and the economic expert company of the Polish law "Polish Consulting 1" Spółka z o.o. in Krakow (PL).

Founder of the Aristotle Foundation in Krakow (2017); The Foundation conducts scientific activity; from the position of Aristotelian dialectics, ancient Roman law and Catholic theology, he criticizes the influence of contemporary, relativistic philosophical currents in European philosophy, law, political systems, taxation and the economy.

Lawyer pro publico bono; Founder of the legal counseling "Aristotle", in which he supports Polish entrepreneurs in the fight against glaring manifestations of economic, legal, cultural and moral discrimination that they face from contemporary Poles and hostile Polish enterprises in their foreign background, including international, transnational and non-national states and public and secret organizational and legal structures.

Philanthropist; Founder of the "Young Aristotle" Scholarship Fund for Talented, but Poor Rural Youth.
A long-time economist, lawyer, tax and accounting columnist for WoltersKluwer (Lex), Gazeta Prawna, Infor PL, Knowledge and Practices, Taxnet, Nettax.

Author of the process commentary "Preparing a complaint and cassation complaint in court-administrative proceedings, including tax matters. Practical commentary with case law. Templates of pleadings and case studies "(C.H. Beck 2013).

MA in economics of the UEK in Krakow, MA in law at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, PhD student of the PhD Studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, PhD thesis entitled "Theoretical law of the principle of in dubio pro tributario: structural analysis and argumentative functions (Postulate of the legal positivization principle in dubio pro tributario in Polish tax law) "(opening in 2013).

He loves and is proud of Poland and Slavdom, walking and cycling tours of the Polish mountains and the Polish sea.

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Andrzej Waleszczyński


Michał Obidziński


Julia Rejewska


Adrian Mróz


Elena Lisanyuk

Dr. Hab., Docent (Associate Professor), St Petersburg State University (SpSU) Russia, Department of Logic, invited professor, Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (SPb ITMO), Russia. Elena Lisanyuk was born in Vilnius (Lithuania), obtained her PhD in St Petersburg in 1997 with a dissertation on medieval logic and her Doctorate in 2016 in Moscow with a dissertation on logic of argumentation. Key research areas are logic of argumentation and logic of norms; areas of expertise include also history of logic, logical pragmatic and legal philosophy.




Evelina Barbashina

Dr. Hab., Professor, Novosibirsk State Medical University and Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia.

Evelina Barbashina was born in Novosibirsk (Russia), obtained  her doctorates, PhD and Dr. Hab. in St Petersburg. Research areas – philosophy of Immanuel Kant and XIX c. philosophy, neoKantian philosophy; areas of expertise – history of philosophy, German philosophy, philosophy of education.