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Philosophy educator

Andrew Nicholas Woznicki, Polish philosophy educator. Recipient KQED Public Radio award Bay Area Educational television Association, San Francisco, 1970, Distinguished Research award University San Francisco, 1991.

Background

Woznicki, Andrew Nicholas was born on October 19, 1931 in Katowice, Silesia, Poland. Came to the United States, 1962. Son of Stanislaw and Anna (Jednoszyniec) Woznicki.

Education

Master of Arts, Catholic University Lublin, Poland, 1960. MSL, Pontifical Institute Mediaeval, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, University Toronto, 1967.

Career

Assistant professor philosophy, U. San Francisco, 1967-1974; associate professor, U. San Francisco, 1974-1980; professor, U. San Francisco, since 1980. Official observer International Society Metaphysics, Washington, 1976-1979. Assistant.mediator Catholic U. American and Polish Catholic Philosophical Circles, Washington, 1978.

Fleishhacker professor of University San Francisco, 1991, 93.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Being and Order, 1990, others. General editor (book series) Catholic Thought from Lubin, since 1988. Series editor East European Countries, since 1986.

      Contributor articles to professional journals. Producer Station KQED FM weekly radio program, San Francisco, 1969-1974.

Membership

Member National Commission on Religious Affairs, Chicago, 1969-1975. Del United States Bicentennial Conference of National Conference Catholic Bishops, Detroit, 1976. Director Association Peace in Middle East, San Francisco, 1980-1983.

Member International Society Metaphysics, International Society St. Thomas, International Society Universalism, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: mountaineering, polar exploration.

Connections

father:
Stanislaw Woznicki

mother:
Anna (Jednoszyniec) Woznicki