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Elzbieta Pietruska-Madej

educator , philosopher

Elzbieta Pietruska-Madej, Polish philosopher, educator. Member Polish Philosophical Society (general secretary since 1986).

Background

Pietruska-Madej, Elzbieta was born on June 7, 1938 in Lwów, Poland. Daughter of Stanislaw and Maria (Ochocka) Pietruska.

Education

Master of Science in Physical Chemical, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, 1962. Master of Arts in Philosophy, Warsaw University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, Warsaw University, 1971.

Habilitated Doctor, Warsaw University, 1981.

Career

Adjunct department philosophy Warsaw University, Poland, 1972-1982, docent Poland, 1983-1993, professor Poland, since 1993, dean philosophy and sociology faculty Poland, since 2000.

Works

  • Author: The Methodological Problems of theScientific Revolution in Chemistry, 1975, The Search for the Laws of the Growth of Science, 1980. Co-author, co-editor: The Relationships between the Theories and the Growth of Science, 1978, Episteme. Some Problems of the Theory of Knowledge, 1995.

    Member editorial board Philosophical Study, 1985, Philosophy of Science, 1992. Contributor articles on philosophy, methodology and history of science to professional journals.

Membership

Member Polish Philosophical Society (general secretary since 1986).

Connections

Married Kazimierz Madej, June 1, 1935.

father:
Stanislaw Pietruska

mother:
Maria (Ochocka) Pietruska

spouse:
Kazimierz Madej