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annaAnna Tomaszewska got her PhD in Philosophy in 2011 from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. On its basis she published The Contents of Perceptual Experience: A Kantian Perspective (2014). Her research interests include Kant’s theory of cognition and metaphysics, in particular rational theology, and religion (obviously, within the limits of reason). She currently strives to compare Kant and Spinoza, bearing in mind that they were the philosophers, whose ideas shaped both the Enlightenment and the German Idealism. She has also been the main co-investigator in the project Radical and Conservative Thinkers in the Enlightenment and the Making of Modernity at Jagiellonian University in 2013-2016.

Hasse Hämäläinen EP2completed PhD in Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh in 2015. His doctoral thesis was about the role of the ability of synesis in Aristotle’s theory of moral development, and his research in the project is focused on uncovering the (often significant) traces of Aristotelian metaphysics and ethics in the arguments of Enlightenment philosophes. Hasse is also interested in composing music.

Damian Barnat received PhD in Philosophy from Jagiellonian University in 2016. His doctoral dissertation analyses Charles Taylor’s conception of western secularity and secularism. His theoretical activity is concentrated on examining the relation between modernity and religion. He is interested particularly in the Loewith-Blumenberg debate and contemporary research carried out for instance by Jürgen Habermas, Talal Asad or John Milbank. He has also been one of the collaborators in the project Radical and Conservative Thinkers in the Enlightenment and the Making of Modernity.
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