Przemysław Bursztyka

An Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy (previously the Institute of Philosophy), University of Warsaw, where he holds the position of the Chair of the Department of Philosophy of Culture. He was a Visiting Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Southern Illinois University Carbondale (2015 and 2016). His main interests include: Philosophy of Culture (its current status as well as its relations with cultural studies and sociology of culture), Philosophical Psychology, Philosophical Anthropology (especially apophatic anthropology) and Philosophy of Subjectivity, Phenomenology, Psychoanalysis, Existentialism (Kierkegaard, Nietzsche), Hermeneutics (Gadamer, Ricoeur), and philosophical theories of imagination. Co-editor and co-author of three books: Schulz. Między mitem a filozofią (Gdańsk 2014), Freud i nowoczesność (Kraków 2007 and 2008), Miłość i samotność. Wokół myśli Sørena Kierkegaarda (Warszawa 2007). He is also the author of the numerous articles in the aforementioned areas. He is one of the organizers and coordinators of the first series (2014-2017) of “The Humane Philosophy Project” an international initiative – realized in cooperation between University of Oxford (Blackfriars Hall and Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion) and University of Warsaw (Department of Philosophy of Culture, Institute of Philosophy). Apart from evaluating and editing submitted papers, as the Editor-in-Chief he is responsible for the overall quality and profile of the journal and its international reputation. He coordinates the whole editorial process, ensuring its neutral, honest, and transparent character. He also guarantees that it fulfills, at every stage (including peer-review process), the generally accepted ethical standards, and supervises the peer-review process.