Lecturers

Damir Barbarić (PhD, Zagreb) is senior research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. Among his numerous publications are the books Zum anderen Anfang. Studien zum Spätdenken Heideggers (Freiburg/München, 2016), Wiederholungen. Philosophiegeschichtliche Studien (Tübingen, 2015), Chora. Über das zweite Prinzip Platons (Tübingen, 2015), Im Angesicht des Unendlichen. Zur Metaphysikkritik Nietzsches (Würzburg, 2011), Die Sprache der Philosophie (Tübingen, 2011), Annäherungen an Platon (Wuerzburg, 2009).

Luka Boršić (PhD, Zagreb) is senior research associate at the Institute of Philosophy. His research interests are in Renaissance philosophy, early modern science, and Croatian philosophy, esp. Croatian female philosophers. He is the author of two books (O zajedničkom filozofiranju, with I. Skuhala Karasman, Zagreb, 2017; Renesansne polemike s Aristotelom, Zagreb, 2011) and numerous journal articles.

Tomislav Bracanović (PhD, Zagreb) is senior research associate at the Institute of Philosophy. His research interests lie in ethics, applied ethics, philosophy of science and philosophy of biology. He published two monographs (Evolucijska teorija i priroda morala, Zagreb, 2007 and Normativna etika, Zagreb, 2018) and a number of articles in both Croatian and international journals.

Dušan Dožudić (PhD, Zagreb) is research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. His research focuses on philosophy of language, metaphysics, and history of analytic philosophy. He published several articles in Croatia and abroad.

Srećko Kovač (PhD, Zagreb) is senior research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. His main research interests are in philosophical logic and history of logic. His publications include the books Logičko-filozofijski ogledi (Zagreb, 2005) and Logika kao ‘demonstrirana doktrina’ (Zagreb, 1992) and numerous articles in Croatian and international journals, including Journal of Applied Logic, Synthese, The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, Studia Philosophiae Christianae, Logic and Logical Philosophy, Inquiry, Journal of Philosophical Logic, etc.

Boris Kožnjak (PhD, Zagreb) is senior research associate at the Institute of Philosophy. His main research interest is in history and philosophy of science. He is the author of Eksperiment i filozofija: eksperimentalna metoda između ontologije i tehnologije, epistemologije i ideologije (Zagreb, 2013) and of many papers in journals like Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Journal for General Philosophy of Science, Philosophy and Society, Physics Education, etc.

Davor Pećnjak (PhD, Zagreb) is senior research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. His research focuses on the problem of free will, philosophy of mind, philosophy of religion, and aesthetics. He is the author of Prema dualizmu (with T. Janović, Zagreb, 2016) and Aspekti osobnog identiteta (Zagreb, 2006) and of numerous articles and book chapters in Croatia and abroad. He is the editor, with F. Grgić, of Free Will & Action (Springer, 2018).

Zdravko Radman (PhD, Zagreb) is senior research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. His main research interest is in philosophy of mind. His books include Before Consciousness: In Search of the Fundamentals of Mind (ed.) (Exeter, 2017), The Hand, An Organ of the Mind: What the Manual Tells the Mental (ed.) (Cambridge, MA, 2013), Knowing without Thinking: Mind, Action, Cognition, and the Phenomenon of the Background (ed.), (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), Metaphors: Figures of the Mind (Dordrecht, 1997), From a Metaphorical Point of View: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Cognitive Content of Metaphor (ed) (Berlin/New York, 1995), etc.

Martino Rossi Monti (PhD, Florence) is research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. His research interestes include the problem of grace and beauty of soul between late antiquity and the Renaissance, and the understanding and representation of evil, cruelty and violence both in current debates and in the history of the West. He is the author of Il cielo in terra. La grazia fra teologia ed estetica (Torino, 2008) and of numerous journal articles and book chapters.

Matej Sušnik (PhD, Zagreb) is research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. His research interests are in ethics, moral psychology, and philosophy of action. He published papers in various journals in Croatia and abroad, including Dialectica, International Philosophical Quarterly, Croatian Journal of Philosophy, etc.

Jure Zovko (PhD, Freiburg) is senior research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. His areas of research are hermeneutics, ancient philosophy, philosophy of German idealism, and German romantic philosophy. Among his numerous publications are the books Europska estetička baština (Zagreb, 2014), Friedrich Schlegel als Philosoph (Paderborn, 2010), Filozofija i kultura (Zagreb, 2009), Ogledi o Platonu (Zagreb, 2006), Schlegelova hermeneutika (Zagreb, 1997), Platon i filozofijska hermeneutika (Zagreb, 1992), Verstehen und Nichtverstehen bei Friedrich Schlegel. Zur Entstehung und Bedeutung seiner hermeneutischen Kritik (Stuttgart, 1990).

Lise Zovko (PhD, Freiburg) is senior research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. Her areas of specialisation are ancient philosophy, Spinoza, Kant, German romantic philosophy, German idealism, philosophizing with children and in life contexts. She is the author of Natur und Gott. Das wirkungsgeschichtliche Verhältnis Schellings und Baaders (Würzburg, 1996) and Heideggerovo i Plotinovo poimanje vremena (Zagreb, 1991) and of numerous journal articles and book chapters. She is the editor, with. J. Dillon, of Platonism and Forms of Intelligence (Berlin, 2008).