Leader: Predrag Šustar
Predrag Šustar is an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Rijeka, University of Rijeka (Croatia). His primary interest lies in philosophy of science and philosophy of biology.
2003 PhD in Philosophy, University of Padova
1999 Master in Philosophy, University of Padova
1994 MSc in Molecular Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb
Associate: Zdenka Brzović
Zdenka Brzović is a teaching assistant in the Depratment of Philosphy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Rijeka, University of Rijeka (Croatia).
2018 PhD in philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Rijeka (Croatia)
2010 MA in philosophy, Central European University, Budapest (Hungary)
2009 BA in philosophy and art history, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Rijeka (Croatia)
Associate: James DiFrisco
James DiFrisco is a postdoc at Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, Klosterneuburg (Austria).
2015 PhD in philosophy, University of Leuven
2011 MPhil in philosophy, University of Leuven
2009 BA in philosophy, Wheaton College (IL)
Associate: Tomislav Domazet-Lošo
Tomislav Domazet-Lošo is a professor at Catholic University of Croatia and Ruđer Bošković Institute (Croatia).
2010 Postdoc – Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Plön, Germany, Diethard Tautz)
2003 Doctorate in Genetics – University of Cologne, Institute for Genetics, Germany (Diethard Tautz)
1997 Diploma in Biology – University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science, Croatia
Associate: Pierdaniele Giaretta
Pierdaniele Giaretta is a full professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science at University of Padova (Italy).
1974 PhD, University of Padova
1971 Diploma in Philosophy, University of Padova
Associate: Philip Kitcher
Philip Kitcher is a full professor at Columbia University (USA).
2013 Doctor, honoris causa Erasmus University Rotterdam (on the occasion of the University centennial; awarded for “outstanding contributions to philosophy of science”)
1974 Princeton University;; Ph.D. (Department of Philosophy/Program in History and Philosophy of Science)
1969 Christ’s College, Cambridge;, B.A. 1969, (First class honours in Mathematics/History and Philosophy of Science)
Associate: Telmo Pievani
Telmo Pievani is a full professor in Department of Biology at University of Padova (Italy)
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2001 Ph.D. degree in “Man and Environment” at the University of Palermo, Faculty of Educational Sciences, with first class honours
1996 Graduated in Philosophy of Science at the State University of Milan, with first class honours
Associate: Thomas Reydon
Thomas Reydon is a full professor of Philosophy of Biology at the Institute of Philosophy, Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany).
2005 Ph.D. (Philosophy of Biology), Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (dissertation written at the Chair of Philosophy of Biology, Dept. of Theoretical Biology), Leiden University, The Netherlands
1997 M.A. (Philosophy of Science), Faculty of Philosophy, Leiden University, The Netherlands
1993 M.Sc. (Physics), Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Consultant: Igor Jurak
Igor Jurak is an assistant professor at University of Rijeka, Department of Biotechnology (Croatia)
2006 Ph.D. University of Wuerzburg, Germany, Graduate school Target proteins
2002 Graduate school, University of Zagreb, Molecular and cellular biology
1998 Diploma in Molecular biology
PhD student: Vito Balorda
Vito Balorda is a PhD student in “Philosophy and Contemporaneity” at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Rijeka, University of Rijeka (Croatia).
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2018 MA in Philosophy and History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Rijeka (Croatia)
2016 BA in Philosophy and History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Rijeka (Croatia)