Visiting Professors 2017/2018 - Profesorowie wizytujący z zagranicy w roku 2017/2018

VISITING PROFESSORS 2017/2018

In winter semester 2017/2018 we recommend:

 

Assoc. Prof. BOHUSLAV BINKA (Department of Environmental Studies - Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic) - visiting professor in our Institute of Philosophy

Environmental Movement in Eastern and Central Europe (values, ideas, actions)

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Prof. GIANFRANCO BASTI (Faculty of Philosophy - Pontifical Lateran University, Rome, Italy - Vatican City) - visiting professor in our Institute of Philosophy

A dual ontology of nature, life, and person

From modern transcendental of knowledge to the post-modern transcendental of language

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Assoc. Prof. KRZYSZTOF LAUDAŃSKI (Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania - Penn Medicine, Philadelphia, USA) - visiting professor in our Institute of Psychology)

Decision making in healthcare setting

Chronic consequences of critical illness

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Prof. BJARNI SIGURDSSON (Agricultural University of Iceland, Iceland) - visiting professor in our Institute of Ecology and Bioethics

Ecosystem ecology, Icelandic nature and environmental issues at the Arctic edge (Part 1)

Ecosystem ecology, Icelandic nature and environmental issues at the Arctic edge (Part 2)

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In spring semester 2017/2018 we recommend:

 

Prof. doc. MIROSLAV KARABA (Department of Philosophy - Faculty of Theology - Trnava University, Bratislava, Slovakia) - visiting professor in our Institute of Philosophy

Science and Religion. Historical and Contemporary Issues

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Prof. dr FERRAN CASAS AZNAR (Institut de Recerca Sobre Qualitat de Vida - Universitat de Girona, Spain) - visiting professor in our Institute of Psychology

Child protection systems and after-care services: principles and practices

Well-being in adolescence: concepts and research results

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Prof. dr ALEKSY V. TIUNOV (Laboratory of Soil Zoology - A.N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Moscow, Russia) - visiting professor in our Institute of Ecology and Bioethics

Ecological engineering by living organisms: Non-trophic interactions in belowground systems

Isotopic methods in modern ecology: Principles and main achievements

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Assoc. Prof. MICHELE VECCHIONE (Department of Social and Developmental Psychology - Sapiezna Universita di Roma, Italy) - visiting professor in our Institute of Psychology

Basic longitudinal analysis

Introduction to structural equation modeling in Mplus

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Prof. BALAZS MEZEI (Department of theoretical philosophy - Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Piliscsaba, Hungary) - visiting professor in our Institute of Philosophy

Philosophies of the Holocaust: New Reflections on Important Authors

The Notion of Revelation in the Context of the History of Philosophy and the Sciences