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|Name||Rafał Paweł Wierzchosławski|
|Affiliation||Institute of Psychology, University of Humanities and Social Sciences SWPS, Faculty in Poznań|
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|Areas of Research||Social Ontology, Value-Neutrality in the Social Sciences, Holism & Individualism, Collective Intentionality, Argumentation Theory, Rhetoric and Social Sciences, Ethical/Political Issues and Social Sciences, Sociology of Science, Social Epistemology and Cognitive Sociology, Philosophy of Sociology, Philosophy of Political Science, Philosophy of History|
|Biographical Info||RAFAŁ PAWEŁ WIERZCHOSŁAWSKI, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Humanities and Social Sciences SWPS, Faculty in Poznań. He has taught in the Faculty of Philosophy at the Catholic University of Lublin for several years. He has studied philosophy in Lublin (MA, Ph.D), and later on contiued his studies in Paris, Bielefeld, Köln, Louvain-la-Neuve, Neuchâtel nad Genève. Main philosphical interest are philosophy of the social sciences, social ontology (collective intentionalities), social and sociological theory, and modern political philosophy. He has contributed some papers in those fields (most in Polish). His works in progress contain a book on Philip Pettit's project of republican democracy and a conference collection of essays: "Many Faces of Republicanism".|