Head of Department

Martin Nitsche was born on 23rd of June, 1975 in Ústí nad Labem. His research interests include phenomenology (Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty), topology, philosophy of art, and philosophy of religion. From 1993 to 1999, he studied philosophy and history at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. In 2007, he earned PhD for the work in systematic philosophy entitled Essence of Human Being according to Heideger's Contributions to Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the same faculty.
Since 2000, he is an assistant professor for Phenomenology and Philosophy of Art at the Department of Political Science and Philosophy of the Philosophical Faculty, Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem. Since 2010, he is researcher at the Institute of Philosophy in Prague. His habilitation was aproved in 2016, and he became an associate professor (docent) in philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities of the Charles University Prague. He was awarded the Fullbright - Masaryk Fellowship at the Department of Political Science, UCLA, USA in 2016/17.
He has published following monographies: Metodická přednost spleti. Tranzitivně-topologický model fenomenologie; Die Ortschaft des Seins. Martin Heideggers phänomenologische Topologie; Prostranství bytí. Studie k Heideggerově topologii; a Z příhodného. Fenomenologická interpretace Heideggerových Příspěvků k filosofii. 



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Deputy Head of Department

Doc. RNDr. Mgr. Alice Koubová PhD., PhD.studied mathematics at the Charles University in Prague and philosophy at the Université Paris X, Université de Geneve and the Charles University. As a senior researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences she focuses mainly on performance  and performativity, expression, (inter)corporeality, identity, sociality, ethics and methodology in the framework of performance philosophy, artistic research and appllied philosophy. She is a long-term lecturer at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and at other art schools in Czech republic and abroad as well. She is a member of the international Performance Philosophy Network. Also, she is a coordinator of the Strategy AV 21 research program: Forms and functions of communication which renders cooperation of twelve institutes of the Academy of Sciences on a common topic.
    She develops her research activities in cooperation with multiple czech and foreign institutions like Philosophy on Stage, Vídeň; Mbody. Research in Media, Somatics, Dance and Philosophy, Freiburg; Soundcheck Philosophy, Halle; TEAK, Helsinki; Zentrum für Performance Studies, Universität Bremen; Theatre Academy Malmö, Lund University; Janáčkova akademie múzických umění, Brno. She also takes part in various projects together with Czech theatres and artistic institutions (Národní Divadlo, Bazaar festival, TANTE HORSE, Palác Akropolis, Studio Alta, Alfréd ve Dvoře, Divadelní ústav, SNG Bratislava), mostly in the form preparation and hosting of public discussions on topics that cross over politics, art, and dramaturgy.
    Besides her activities that bounder between philosophy and art, she is also a member of project research teams: „Beyond phenomenology of sociality“ (GAČR) a „Measures for developing an ethical culture in Czech state administration.“ (TAČR) thus contributing to application of philosophy in public space and to finding solutions to contemporary social issues.
     She is an author of Myslet z druhého místa (NAMU, 2019), Self-Identity and Powerlessness (Brill, 2013), Mimo princip identity (Filosofia, 2007) as well as other books and numerous studies in international magazines and publishing houses. She also won prestigious awards: The Chairwoman of the Academy of Sciences Award for popularization (2019), Otto Wichterle Premium Award (2014), Libellus Primus Award (2008) a Josef Hlávka Award (2000).

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Petr Urban studied philosophy at Charles University in Prague, Humboldt University in Berlin and Catholic University in Leuven. Since 2004 he has worked as a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences. Between 2009 and 2019 he served as the head of the Department of Contemporary Continental Philosophy. He was a principal investigator of several research projects in phenomenology and applied ethics. He was awarded the Otto Wichterle Award (2012), Paul Clean Fellowship at the IWM in Vienna (2013), Fulbright-Masaryk Scholarship at the Graduate Center CUNY (2013-2014) and Visiting Fellowship at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University (2022). He taught philosophy and ethics at the University of South Bohemia, University of Economics and Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague.

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prof. Karel Novotný, M.A, Ph.D, DSc.,

studied master program “Philosophy – Physics” at the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Matematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague, and the master programs in philosophy and political science at the Catholic University Eichstätt in Germany. The PhD studies were accomplished en cotutelle at the Université Paris XII – Créteil and at the Faculty of Arts of the Charles University in Prague, where he received PhD in 2003. Habilitation in philosophy at the Palacký University Olomouc in 2012, Professor of philosophy at the Charles University in 2019. Since 2016 he is a Research Professor (Doctor Scientiarum) at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Science.

He published six monographs, co-edited fifteen collective monographs, including two editions of primary sources (Patočka, Landgrebe), and one anthology of translations. He has published more than seventy articles and book chapters, translated several philosophical texts by I. Kant, E. Husserl, M. Henry, M. Richir, etc.


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Petr Kouba studied philosophy at the Departement of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, and received PhD at the same department in 2006. During his postgraduate study, he was awarded several fellowships: at the Universität Zurich (2000 - 2001), Duquesne University in Pittsburgh (2001 - 2002), and the Université de Lausanne (2003-2004). After receiving PhD, he lectured at the Anglo-American College in Prague and in the international programm CERGE-EI at the Charles University. Besides being a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy, he lectured philosophy at the Departement of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the Faculty of Arts, Charles Universtity in Prague between 2006 - 2016. He is an author of the books Fenomén duševní poruchy. Perspektivy Heideggerova myšlení v oblasti psychopatologie, which was translated to the English (2015) and German (2012) languages. He published another two monographies: Margins of Phenomenology, and Exodus bez Mojžíše. He also co-edited three collective monographies: Dynamic Structure: Language as Open System, Medicína v kontextu západního myšlení, and Franz Kafka: Minority Report.

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Dr. Maria Cristina Clorinda Vendra currently works as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Philosophy AV CR (from January 2020). She is an associate member of the Centre d’Étude des Mouvements Sociaux (CEMS) at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris. She obtained her PhD in 2019 with a dissertation on Ricoeur & social thought.

She is an active member of the Fonds Ricoeur and social media director of the Society for Ricoeur Studies.
She has participated in numerous international conferences and seminars in Europe (Paris, Toulouse, Lisbon, Barcelona, Krakow, Antwerp), in the United States (Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago), and in Canada (Montreal, Toronto).
She published chapters in collective monographies on Ricoeur (Ricœur and the Lived Body, Lanham: Lexington Books, 2020; The Ambiguity of Justice: New Perspectives on Paul Ricœur’s Approach to Justice, Boston/Leiden: Brill, 2020), and several articles international journals. She organized several workshops on Ricoeur during her stay in France at the EHESS Paris and Fonds Ricœur.
The purpose of her postdoctoral project is to examine the nature of collective memory and its transmission through the intersection between Jan Patočka’s phenomenological inquiry into the meaning of history and of the historical being and Paul Ricœur’s hermeneutic-phenomenology. 


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  He graduated from philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. He received his PhD. in 2003 at the same department. Besides the position at the Institute of Philosophy, he is also an assistant professor at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague, and in the Undergraduate Program in Central European Studies (CERGE-EI) in Prague. He was awarded the Fulbright - Masaryk fellowship at the Department of Communication Studies, University Texas at Austin in 2013 - 2014.
His expertise lies mainly in the field of the 18th and 20th century philosophy and the theory of literature. He translated numerous works from French and English, including authors like R. Barbaras, J. Kristeva, R. Barthes, E. Laclau, L. Althusser, M. Foucault, J. Butler, H. Lane, C. Lévi-Strauss, J. Rancière, M. Richir, A. Badiou, G. Didi-Huberman, P. Klossowski, M. Maffesoli, and others. 

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  Martin Ritter (1977) completed his PhD studies in 2007 at Charles University in Prague with a dissertation on Walter Benjamin’s philosophy of language. In 2007–2018 he taught philosophy at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University; in 2010 he became a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences. He is an expert on Jan Patočka’s phenomenology and on the thought of Walter Benjamin. Currently, Martin focuses on media philosophy. He edited (and translated) three volumes of Czech Selected Writings of Walter Benjamin, and translated into Czech key works of, among others, Theodor W. Adorno, Richard Rorty, Slavoj Žižek, or Homi Bhabha. He published dozens of theoretical studiies, and also two latest books Poznáním osvobozovat budoucí. Teorie poznání Waltera Benjamina. (To liberate future with knowledge. W. Benjamin's theory of  cognition - 2018) and Into the World. The Movement of Patočka’s Phenomenology (2019)  

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Doc. Michael Hauser, Ph.D. (*1972) studied philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. He is a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy since 1998, and he is a lecturer in philosophy at the Faculty of Education of the Charles University since 2003. From 2006 to 2009, he was a principal investigator in the junior grant project of the Grant Agency of Czech Republic "Negative humanism". He is a founder of the citizen’s association SOK, which develops critical social thinking in interdisciplinary context. He publishes in several magazines: Salon – literary supplement of Právo newspaper, Literární noviny, A2, Host, Deník Referendum, Alarm. He translated Slavoj Žižek’s The Tieklish Subject. The Absent Centre of Political Ontology, or, together with M. Váňová, Adorno’s Dialektik der Aufklärung, and several other texts. He is an author of the following monographies: Adorno: moderna a negativitaProlegomena k filosofii současnostiHumanismus nestačí. Rozhovor se Slavojem Žižekem nebo Cesty z postmodernismu.Filosofická reflexe doby přechodu.
Besides his research and university activities, he is also active in popularising philosophy. He lectures for wide public in Czech Republic, Slovakia, or Poland, and takes part in massmedia discussions.
He was a principal investigator of the grant project awarded by the Grant Agency of CR “Unity and Multiplicity in Contemporary Thought”, whose goal was to reflect on unity and variety emerging in theory after the end of postmodernity, and to interpret the interwinment of post- and pre- modernist motives in the theology of radical orthodoxy (John Milbank). The project iwasconducted in cooperation with Jakub Ort and Joe Feinberg.'
From 2014 - 20189, Micheal Hauser was nominated by the Institute of Philosophy and elected by the Czech Parliament a member of The Czech Television Counsil.
From 2020, he is the head of the advisory board for doctoral studies program "Philosophy of education and learning" at the Faculty of Education which is realized in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy. AS CR.


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Jan Bierhanzl is a researcher at the Department of Contemporary Continental Philosophy of the Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. He is also an assistant professor at the Department of German and French Philosophy of the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague. In his research, he focuses mainly on following areas: contemporary French philosophy, Emmanuel Levinas, ethics and politics, aesthetics. He is an author of two monograph La rupture du sens. Corps, langage et non-sens dans la pensée d'Emmanuel Levinas and L'action faible: de l'éthique à la politique. In 2015, he was awarded the Otto Wichterle Award for outstanding young researchers of the Academy of Sciences. In 2019, he won the Fullbright Visiting Scholar scholarship at the Pennsylvania State University.


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(*1977) H. Janoušek studied philosophy at Faculty of Arts of the Charles University, namely at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, and was awarded his Ph.D. in 2015 for the thesis on the originis of Husserl's phenomenology in the contexts of Franz Brentano School (Marty, Twardowski, Meinong, Kraus, Ehrenfels). His research also focuses on empiricist philosophy of David Hume and on rationalist philosophy of Bernard Bolzano. He is interested in bringing thoughts of these authors into the contemporary phenomenological and analytic discourses in order to reveal some of their basic premises and indicate possibilities of their future development. He also makes his research accessible to wider scientific audience in translations and commentaries.

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Dr. Petr Prášek is a postdoc researcher at the Department of Contemporary Continental Philosophy of the Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences. In 2019, he received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, France, and Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic (supervisors: prof. R. Barbaras, prof. M. Petříček). His Ph.D. thesis, Le devenir-autre de l’existence. Essai sur la phénoménologie contemporaine, was awarded the Bolzano Prize by the President of Charles University in 2020.

He published a Czech monograph on Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy, Člověk v šíleném dění světa: Filosofie Gillesa Deleuze (Human in the Mad Becoming of the World: Gilles Deleuze’s Philosophy, 2018), and several articles on contemporary French phenomenology. All these texts deal with the analysis of the becoming-other of human existence. In his current project, P. Prášek is extending his research and focusing on meta-ethical implications of the dynamic descriptions of existence: he attempts to apply the results of contemporary French phenomenology to actual problems such as ecological issues or fake news.




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Vít Pokorný graduated from philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, in 2002. In 2016, he was awarded his PhD at the Department of General Anthropology of the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague for his research on psychedelic experiences. He is a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy and assistant professor at the Department of Political Sciences and Philosophy of the Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem.
He publishes in philosophy and cognitive anthropology. His theoretical interest include theory of perception and imagination, enactivism, philosophy of media or rhizomatics. He is a member of the Society for Aesthetics of the Czech Academy of Sciences. He was a co-applicant in the research grant Methodological precedence of Intertwinng: theory and application, and currently (2020-2022) in another grant project called Phenomenological investigations of sonic environments. He is an author of a philosophical texbook Postmoderní filosofie, then two monographies Myslet z psychedelických zkušeností: transdisciplinární interpretace and Psychonauticon: transdisciplinary interpretation of psychedelic experiences, and also an editor and co-author of the collective monography Antropologie smyslů.
In his work, he attempts on finding connections between various disciplines - philosophy, anthropology, aesthetics, or ecological thinking in order to formulate a complex transdisciplinary perspective.


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Robin Rollinger does research in phenomenology and Austrian philosophy. In addition, he has written about logic and psychology in the nineteenth century. Among the books he has authored are Husserl's Position in the School of Brentano (1999) and Austrian Phenomenology (2008). He is also the author of numerous articles and the editor of two volumes of Husserl's collected works (Husserliana).

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Geoffrey Dierckxsens (Ph.D.) is head of the Interdisciplinary Research Lab for Bioethics (IRLaB) at the Department of Contemporary Continental Philosophy in Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS) in Prague. He obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Antwerp (Belgium) and worked as an associated researcher at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris and as a postdoc at the IP CAS Prague. Geoffrey Dierckxsens specializes in French phenomenology and hermeneutics, in particular and in their relations to contemporary analytical philosophy (moral theory and philosophy of mind), as well as bioethics. His publications include “Imagination, Narrativity and Embodied Cognition” (Philosophy South, 2018), The Animal Inside. Essays at the Intersection of Philosophical Anthropology and Animal Studies (Rowman and Littlefield, 2017), “Responsibility and the Physical Body. Paul Ricoeur on Analytical Philosophy of Language, Cognitive Science, and the Task of Phenomenological Hermeneutics” (Philosophy Today, 2017), and Paul Ricœur’s Moral Anthropology: Singularity, Responsibility and Justice (Lexington Books, 2017). Dierckxsens is also guest editor of a special issue of Topoi on relations between bioethics and enactivism.

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Barbora Vráblová has graduated from the Law Faculty of the Charles University in Prague. She is currently finishing her Ph.D in Theoretical Legal Sciences. In her legal research, she focuses on civil law aspects of the provision of palliative care. She is also a graduate of the Medical Ethics and Law master's program at Kings College London, where her main focus was to study the legal and ethical aspects of commercial surrogacy. Barbora Vráblová studied at Sherwin B. Nuland Institute in Bioethics at Yale University. She currently works as an associate in a law firm that specializes in medical law, and teaches medical law at various institutions, including the Law Faculty and the Third Faculty of Medicine of Charles University in Prague. She is an active member of The Czech Society for Palliative Medicine of The Czech Medical Association of J. E. Purkyně.




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Lasse Bergmann is a philosopher of mind and cognitive scientist with a strong focus on embodied/enacted cognition and moral cognition. He was mainly educated at the Institute of Cognitive Science in Osnabrück, being awarded his B.Sc., M.Sc., and PhD in 2015,17,20 respectively. His work is focused on the experience of normativity in the context of an agent's cultural, social, and interpersonal situatedness. Further research interests include bioethics, experimental ethics, moral/developmental psychology, and ethics of artificial intelligence.

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Teresa Baron is a bioethicist whose current focus is on reproductive ethics, investigating the relationship between biological parenthood and moral parenthood. She completed her PhD at the University of Southampton, and her recent publications include 'Gestationalism and the Rights of Adolescent Mothers', Moral Philosophy and Politics, and ‘A lost cause? Fundamental problems for causal accounts of parenthood’ Bioethics..






Dan Swain completed his PhD at the University of Essex in 2014, focusing on the Marx’s ethics. He has written widely on Marx and Marxism, including two books None So Fit to Break the Chains: Marx’s Ethics of Self-Emancipation (2019) and Alienation: An Introduction to Marx’s Theory (2012) and a chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Karl Marx. In 2015 he joined the Department of Humanities at the Czech University of Life Sciences as an Assistant Professor, where he teaches philosophy and political science. In 2019 he joined the Institute of Philosophy as part of a three-year project funded by the Czech Science Agency entitled ‘Towards a New Ontology of Social Cohesion’.
Within this project, he focuses on the concept of prefigurative politics and how it is used in the theory and practice of social movements. Broadly, this concept concerns the various ways in which movements and theorists seek to embody or represent the future they desire in their contemporary practice, and thus this work intersects with a range of themes in contemporary philosophy, including the relationship between critical theory and practice, notions of historical time and memory, utopia and dystopia, and notions of performance and performativity.


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Ivan Gutierrez was born and raised in the USA, Colombia, and Mexico. He studies philosophy at the State University of New York at Binghamton, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and at the Faculty of Arts of the Charles University in Prague. He received PhD titel for the work on the relation of embodiment and the new medi. He become visiting member of the Deparment of Contemporary Continental Philosophy in January 2020 as a cooplicant of the GAČR grant "Phenomenological investigations of sonic environment." Besides, he teaches philosophy at the Anglo-American University in Prague and works as a translator.



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Jiří Zelenka studied at the department of German and French philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities of the Charles University in Prague. His master thesis, tutored by doc. Karel Novotný, focused on the origins of intentionality in the late Husserl's works. At present, he is a doctoral student at the same department. His disertation, tutored by doc. Martin Nitsche focuses on phenomenology of instincts and their relation to transcendental subjectivity. He is a co-applicant in the GAČR grant "Phenomenological investigations of sonic environments.






Doc. Dr. Jiří Pechar was born 1929 in Příbram. After his studies at the Faculty of Arts of the Charles University in Prague, he worked for the publishing house of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences until 1958. Then he worked as professional translator until 1990. From 1968, when he published the book The French new novel, he could not publish anymore due to the soviet occupation and the following political normalisation, and released his works via the underground publishers Petlice and Kvart. In 1990, He became a head of the Department for the philosophy of 20th century at the Institute of Philosophy (the precursor of our department), and is a researcher at our deparment from 2009. He was a lecturer at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague and in 1996 he was awarded habilitation for the French and comparative literature.
Beside many literary works (i.e. works of Marcel Proust, or P. H. Jaccottet's poetry), he translated, C. Lévi- Strauss's Tristes Tropiques and the La pensée sauvage, some of S. Freud's works, Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations, or J. F. Lyotards works on postmodern situation. He also cooperated on translations of Husserl's, Heidegger's, Derrida's or Merleau-Ponty's works.
He  took part in several research internships in France, and was a research fellow at the Institute für die Wissenschaft vom Menschen in Vienna. In 1990 -1991 he served as a head of the Czech Literary Translator's Guild. In 1991, he was awarded the title Officier dans L'Ordre des Palmes académiques in France. In 1997, he won Tom Stoppard's Award, in 2000, the Palacký Honorary Medal, and in 2008, the Josef Hlávka Medal. He was also awarded the State Award for his lifelong translation activities.



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Jan Puc obtained his Ph.D. in philosophy at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague, Czech Rep. His doctoral thesis was focused on the role of linguistic expression in the philosophy of E. Husserl and M. Merleau-Ponty. Jan Puc participated in several research projects of Czech Grant Agency and publishes regularly, in Czech, English and German. He is a co-editor of a volume on the philosophy of F. Nietzsche (2011), co-editor of a volume of Jan Patočka’s Collected Works (vol. 8/1, 2014), and co-translator of E. Gendlin’s book Dialogue with Experiencing (2016). In 2018, his research is focused on the phenomenology of corporeality, psychoanalysis and the unconscious, the nature of consciousness in the European and Buddhist tradition, and the psychology of creativity.


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Jakub Ort studied theology at the Protestant Theological Faculty of the Charles University in Prague. The theme of his master thesis was  interpretation of the political theology of Johann Baptist Metz and of its relation to the Critical theory of the Frankfurt school.
He cooperates on the grant project „Unity and Multiplicity in Contemporary Thought“ (main researcher Michael Hauser). He focuses on the theological and philosophical movement of Radical ortodoxy (especially John Milbank) from the perspective of contemporary critique of postmodern thinking.
He is a broadcaster in the Czech Radio's show Hergot! (focusing on the religion and society), and a regular contributor of the A2 magazine.


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Jan Černý studied at the Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University in Brno, where he received a master’s degree in Czech and Latin Philology. He also studied at the Protestant Theological Faculty, Charles University in Prague, where he received a master’s degree in protestant theology. In 2014, he was awarded a PhD at the Protestant Theological Faculty for his thesis Appearing and Salvation. Subjectivity in the Material Phenomenology of Michel Henry.
He lectures on philosophy at the Faculty of Arts of the University Hradec Králové.
From 2016 - 2018, he was a junior researcher at the Institute of Philosophy and cooperates on the grant project "Beyond a phenomenology of sociality".



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Anne Gléonec is a doctor and professor agrégée of philosophy. After teaching for five years in France, she continued to pursue research and teaching activities in Prague at the CEFRES, the Faculty of Humanities of Charles University, and at the Institute of philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences. She devoted her Ph.D. dissertation to the analogy between the body and the political body, and wrote a book on Merleau-Ponty’s conceptions of Institution and Passivity, before focusing her philosophical research on the most contemporary links and transferences between natural and social sciences, specifically in the fields of bio-politics and bio-ethics.

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A researcher and lecturer in philosophy at the Radboud University Nijmegen, Leiden University, and the Free University Amsterdam.
He has previously been part-time, fixed-term lecturer at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Feb-Mar and Sep-Oct 2017 and Feb-Mar 2018), Utrecht University (Nov 2018-Jan 2019), Leiden University (Sep 2018-Feb 2019), and the University of Groningen (2016-2017 and 2017-2018).
During 2017 he was part of the research team working on the project “From Logical Objectivism to Reism: Bolzano and the School of Brentano”, together with Robin Rollinger and Hynek Janousek, and member of the Institute of Philosophy at the Czech Academy of the Sciences.

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István Fazakas makes research on phenomeonolgy of phantasy and imagination. He is a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieur, and he is currently doing his Ph.D. at Charles University and at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal on the phenomenology of Husserl and M. Richir. He focuses on philosophy of perception, phenomenological aesthetics, E. Husser, and M. Richir, contemporary french phenomenology and german idealism.

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