Organisers of the Humane Philosophy Project
Mikołaj Sławkowski-Rode is a Junior Research Fellow in philosophy at Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford, and Assistant Professor at the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. His PhD thesis The Experience of Finitude: Death and Otherness was nominated for the Ministerial Prize for the best research undertaken nationwide in 2016. His research interests include the philosophy of culture, the relation of the individual to her community, and the importance of moral emotions for understanding others.
Ralph Stefan Weir
Ralph Stefan Weir is a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Lincoln. His PhD at the University of Cambridge presents new arguments in response to the mind-body problem. He previously studied Ancient Philosophy (MSt) and Philosophy (BPhil) at the University of Oxford, and Philosophy (BA) and Ancient Greek at the University of Reading. He also co-runs the New Horizons for Science and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe project at the University of Oxford.
Karolina Jasser holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of Reading. Her PhD thesis focused on the debate between motivational internalism and externalism and the possibility of developing an alternative model of moral motivation. Her main research interests include metaethics, moral psychology and phenomenology. She is currently working as a teaching assistant at the Maria Grzegorzewska Pedagogical University.
Samuel Hughes is a Vice-Chancellor's Scholar at the University of Cambridge. He also a Post-Doctoral Fellow on the New Horizons for Science and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe project at the Oxford Theology Faculty, and teaches on the Philosophy MA programme of the University of Buckingham. Previously he took a B.A. and a B.Phil. at Lincoln College, Oxford, as well as working as a visiting research student at the University of Tokyo and the Humboldt University of Berlin.
Agata Łukomska holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of Warsaw. Her dissertation, prepared during her stay as a Fulbright scholar at the University of California, Berkeley, focused on the ethical thought of Bernard Williams. Her main interests are metaethics, moral epistemology, and moral psychology. She has taught ethics and analytic philosophy at the University of Warsaw and is currently working on a Polish translation of Williams's Shame and Necessity.
Jonathan Price is PhD Fellow and Lecturer in legal philosophy at Leiden University's Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of Law. He is also a DPhil student in jurisprudence at Oriel College, University of Oxford. He is editor of Politics & Poetics: a journal of humane philosophy at www.politicsandpoetics.com, the first edition of which is was edited by organisers of the Humane Philosophy Project. He is also editor of The Clarion Review at www.clarionreview.com.