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historian , philosophy educator

Roman Darowski, Polish philosophy educator, historian.

Background

Darowski, Roman was born on August 12, 1935 in Szczepanowice, Poland. Son of Peter and Stanislawa Lesniak.

Education

Master of Philosophy, Jesuit Faculty Philosophy, Cracow, Poland, 1958. Master of Theology, Jesuit Faculty Theology, Warsaw, Poland, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, Gregorian University, Rome, 1966.

Postgraduate, University Munich, 1967. Habilitation in philosophy, Pontifical Academy, Cracow, 1990.

Career

Associate professor Jesuit Faculty Philosophy, Cracow, 1969-1990, full professor, since 1990, director studies, 1968-1973, dean faculty, 1973-1982, 94-97, since 2000. Associate professor Silesian Priests Seminary, 1970-1976, Pontifical Academy, Cracow, 1973-1978, full professor, since 1993. Rector College Jesuits, Cracow, 1978-1984.

Member Learned Council Polish Episcopate, 1973-1982, 94-97.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Marxist Theory of Truth, 1973, Philosophy in Jesuit Schools in Poland in the 16th Century, 1994, Philosophy of Man, 1995, second edition, 1996, Studies in the Philosophy of the Jesuits in Poland in the 16th to 18th Centuries, 1999, Philosophy of the Jesuits in Poland in the 20th Century, 2001. Editor, co-author: Man and World, 1972, Man: His Existence and Activity, 1974, Open in the Faith, 1974, Studies in the History of Philosophy, 1980. Editor Forum Philosophicum, since 1996.

Connections

father:
Peter Lesniak

mother:
Stanislawa Lesniak