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An associate professor of philosophy at Drake University (Des Moines, Iowa), where he chairs the Department of Philosophy and Religion and directs a program in comparative philosophy of religion called The Comparison Project. He teaches and researches in the philosophy of religion, comparative religion, late ancient Neoplatonism, and mystical discourse. And he is the author of forthcoming monographs on the future of the philosophy of religion (The Ends of Philosophy of Religion) and Dionysius the Areopagite (Negating Negation).
Founder and President of the Minsk-based Research Mises Center and the Executive Director of the highly-respected independent think tank Analytical Center “Strategy”. In 2010 he ran for president on a pro-reform free market platform. Mr. Romanchuk authored draft laws and reform programs for transitional countries. To date, he has authored more than 2,000 articles and co-authored 12 books on market-based economics and democratic governance, including a handbook that offers an alternative path of Belarusian development with free-market solutions in monetary, taxation, budgetary, social security and privatization issues.
For two years he served as the Senior Economist of the Parliamentary Commission for Economic Reforms in the last democratically-elected parliament in Belarus (1995-96). Earlier in 1992-1995 he worked as a director of a private foreign company in Belarus. He also served as Vice-President of the United Civic Party (UCP), the largest opposition political party in Belarus, from 2000 to 2011.
Some of his internationally recognized awards:
Sir Anthony Fisher International Memorial Award for his authorship of the book “In Search of an Economic Miracle” (2009)
Templeton Freedom Prize for Student Outreach to promote liberty through educational programs (2006 and 2007)
Marshall Bruce Evoy Memorial Freedom Award for promoting ideas of liberty in the world (2007)
Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Award for his book “Belarus: Road to the Future” (2006).
Philosopher and sociologist, teaches ontology at Jagiellonian University. Interested in analytical metaphysics, cultural anthropology and Russian philosophy. The author of "Semiotyka Solidarności" [Semiotics of Solidarity] (Nomos, Kraków 2009). The editor-in-chief of "Pressje" journal.
Was born 1987 in Tehran, Iran. He is now a PhD student in Freie Üniversitate-Berlin, Germany. His research focuses are Ethical philosophy and Political Philosophy. Since 2009 he has been working on Ancient philosopher such as Plato, Aristotle; Medieval philosophers such as Farabi and Modern Political issues. The main cornerstone of his research is Aristotle Ethical-Political thoughts.
Email: Mehdi.Shokri@FU-Berlin.de, Shokri.Phil@gmail.com
Vitaly I. Levin
Professor, doctor of tech sciences, PhD, Member of International and European Informatization Academies, International Academy of Ecology and Life Protection, Russian Academy of Social Sciences, Honored Scientist of Russia, Soros Prize Laureate, author of many works published in 20 countries.
Topics: Applied Mathematics; Mathematical Logic; Mathematical Modelling in Engineering, Economy, Sociology, History and Bible Science; Philosophy and History of Science, Problems of Education, Systems with Indeterminate Parameters.
Professor of the Moscow State University, as well as the chair of the Department of Logic in the Institute for Philosophy of Russian Academy of Sciences. His prime interests lies in particular in the functional properties of finite-valued logics. He also made contributions to non-classical logics, and foundation of logic. In philosophy he has published on logical fatalism, and Lovejoy’s plenitude principle.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow.
Director and founder of the Business Ethics Centre, a joint unit of Kozminski University & Polish Academy of Sciences Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, professor emeritus of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences.
He received his Ph.D. in economics from Rutgers University. He is currently a professor of economics in the Finance and Economics Department in the Lubin School of Business of Pace University in New York. He is the editor of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics; Academic Vice President of the Ludwig von Mises Institute; research associate for the Foundations of the Market Economy in the economics department at New York University; and a policy expert for the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Economist at the University of Mannheim. He has majored in econometrics, international monetary and exchange rate policy and theory and political economics. During his PhD he has worked on optimal currency areas and computational macroeconometrics. After that he has searched the proper mathematical tools to approach his top level problems in the optimal currency area theory namely value, money and institutional theory and the econometric identification of theories about agents with belief formation. The result is a collaboration with computer scientists, logicians and mathematicians in order to develop a global semantic and reflexive approach to economics ultimately with the tools of category theory, algebraic geometry and logic and so far with coalgebras as a functorial interface for games in mathematical economics.