Notes on authors, 52/2016

Joanna Iwanowska is a PhD Candidate in the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. Her current academic interests range from the ethics of close relationships to the ethics of contemporary advertising, both sharing a common feature: the topic of consent.

Yuval Eylon, PhD, is a senior lecturer in Philosophy in the Open University of Israel. His research and teaching interests include ethics, meta-ethics, political philosophy, analytic philosophy, and philosophy of sport.

Gary Foster, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. His research and teaching interests include the philosophy of love and sex, moral psychology, and existentialism.

Tomasz Zyglewicz, studies Philosophy and Law at the University of Warsaw. His academic interests include metaphysics of modality, philosophy of language, and philosophical methodology.

Anders Wallace, is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the CUNY Graduate Center. His dissertation focuses on the ethnographic study of masculinity and identity in self-help communities that train men in dating skills.

Justyna Szachowicz-Sempruch, PhD in Comparative Literature, University of British Columbia, Canada, currently affiliated with the University of Warsaw in Poland. Her research and teaching interests include feminist philosophy, global ethics of love, contemporary precariousness and meanings of family in Europe.

Alejandro Cervantes-Carson, PhD in sociology, University of Texas at Austin, is Founder and currently General Coordinator of the International Network for Alternative Academia ( His research interests sit at the intersection of Culture, Intimacy and the Political.

Przemysław Bursztyka, PhD in philosophy, Acting Chair of the Department of Philosophy of Culture, Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. His main interests include philosophy of culture, philosophical anthropology, philosophical psychology, phenomenology, psychoanalysis, existentialism, hermeneutics. Currently, he is working on the role of imagination in creating individual and collective identities.