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Roman Ingarden
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History, work and aims of the Centre

The Roman Ingarden Philosophical Research Centre was founded at the Faculty of Philosophy by a resolution of the Jagiellonian University vice-chancellor, having been proposed by prof. Władysław Stróżewski.

The Centre inaugurated its work on 23 February 2005 at a meeting in the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University. Its aim is to carry out research on the philosophical heritage of Roman Ingarden as well as on the philosophical issues that he worked on, especially phenomenology. The Centre is going to organize conferences, lectures and meetings, publish books, prepare documentation and popularize Ingarden's thought.

In the long term the Centre will try to fund a periodic Roman Ingarden Scholarship, which will be granted to persons preparing works about the philosopher, and to organize regular lectures, at the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University.

Members of the Centre's Board

The originator of the Centre, prof. Władysław Stróżewski, has become the head, and the secretary is Katarzyna Barska. The Centre's Board was voted in at the inaugural meeting and its members are the following:

  • Prof. Włodzimierz Galewicz
  • Prof. Maria Gołaszewska
  • Prof. Jan Hartman
  • Prof. Józef Lipiec
  • Prof. Andrzej Nowak
  • Prof. Jerzy Perzanowski
  • Prof. Andrzej Półtawski
  • Prof. Władysław Stróżewski
  • Prof. Adam Węgrzecki
  • Phd Maria Bielawka
  • Phd Zofia Majewska
  • Phd Janina Makota
  • Phd Bogdan Ogrodnik
  • Phd Leszek Sosnowski
  • Phd Ewa Sowa
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