At the age of seventy, father. the professor. Andrzej Maryniarczyk SDB, eminent philosopher and metaphysician. This is a huge loss for Polish culture and science – Sunday books on Twitter from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. the father. Marignarkczyk was head of the department of metaphysics at the Catholic University of Lublin.

The ministry stated that the father. the professor. Marinarcic was awarded the Golden Cross of Merit and the Gold Medal of Merit for Culture – Gloria Artis. [czytaj więcej]

the father. Andrzej Maryniarczyk was born on January 26, 1950 in Witów (Tatra Province). In 1976, he graduated in Philosophy and Theology at the Higher Institute of the Salesian Society in Krakow. He defended his MA thesis in Catechesis at the Catholic University of Lublin. At the end of 1979 he studied philosophy at this university. In 1983 he obtained his doctorate on the basis of the work “The Method of Separation and Metaphysics” which he wrote under the supervision of his father Professor. Mieczysław Albert Krąpiec.

In 1980-1987 he was Vice President of the University and Head of Studies at the Higher Institute of the Salesian Society. From 1984, he gave lectures on commission at KUL, and after three years he worked at the university. Obtained a qualification in 1992 on the basis of the thesis “System Metaphysics”. Objective Perception Analysis. In 1995 he was appointed Associate Professor, and in 2001 he was awarded the academic title of Professor of Humanities.

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He was the head of the department of theoretical philosophy at the Catholic University of Lublin, the department of metaphysics and the department of metaphysics. Since 1999, as Editor-in-Chief, he has been responsible for publishing the World Encyclopedia of Philosophy. He has been on research grants in Munich, Toronto and Leuven. Member of many scientific societies, including: the Scientific Society of the Catholic University of Lublin, the Polish Society of Thomas Aquinas, the Polish Philosophical Society, the International Society of Catholic Philosophers, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.