Marian Skrzypek — Professor emeritus at IFiS Pan. Romanist and historian of philosophy and religion. He specialized in the Enlightenment Thought, chiefly French and Polish. Author of the monographs on Diderot, Holbach, Maréchal; he also translated their works into Polish. He wrote: French Enlightenment and rudiments of religious studies (1989); he also published within the book series „700 years of Polish thought” a volume regarding Polish philosophy between 1700 — 1763. Laureate of the French Academic Palms.
Publications in the “Archives of the History of Philosophy…”
- About the Swiss Polonophiles in the Age of Enlightenment and their Designs to Repair the Polish Republic
- Casanova’s philosophical libertinism
- Diderot, Balzac and the Physiology of Love
- Human and Civil Rights in the Enlightenment Philosophy
- Mandeville’s Philosophy and Medicine or the Origins of Psychotherapy in the Age of Enlightenment
- On History, The Present and Future of Polish Philosophy in a Rhapsodic Manner; (Jan Skoczyński, Glosses and Remarks, Księgarnia Akademicka Publishing House, Cracow 2014, pp. 312) « Back
- The History of French Unbelief with Paradoxical Conclusion; (Sabina Kruszyńska, To Understand the Unbelief. Philosophical Confessions of the Unbelief in Modern French Thought, słowo/ obraz terytoria Press, Gdańsk 2011, 432 pages).
- The Polish Contexts of the Philosophical Diderot`s Miniature
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