Krakow Meetings 2019

krakowmeetings2016CALL FOR PAPERS

Faculty of Philosophy of the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow the Institute of Philosophy "Edith Stein" in Granada and the International Center for the Study of the Christian Orient in Granada invite you to the international conference:




June 2-5, 2019 (begins on Sunday evening, closes on Wednesday evening)


Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec, ul. Benedyktynska 37, 30-398 Krakow, Poland


Academic Board: 
Prof. Sr Teresa Obolevitch (Krakow) 
Prof. Artur Mrówczyński-Van Allen (Granada) 

Conference Secretaries: 
Alexander Tsygankov (Moscow) 
Kornelia Dorynek (Krakow)


George Pattison (Glasgow) 
Alexei Kozyrev (Moscow) 
Mikhail Maksimov (Ivanovo)


Prof. Gennadii Aliaiev (Poltava National Technical Yuri Kondratyuk University, Ukraine) 
Prof. Konstantin Antonov (St. Tikhon’s Orthodox University, Moscow, Russia) 
Prof. Anatoly Chernyaev (Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia) 
Prof. Rev. Pavel Khondzinskii (St. Tikhon’s Orthodox University, Moscow, Russia) 
Prof. Marcelo López Cambronero (Instituto de Filosofia Edith Stein in Granada, Spain) 
Prof. Randall Poole (College of St. Scholastica, USA) 
Dr. Paweł Rojek (Jagiellonian University, Krakow)
Prof. Daniela Steila (The University of Turin, Italy)


From Godmanhood to Nuptial Mystery. Free Theosophy, Free Theocracy and Free Theurgy Based on Soloviev works, we are going to discuss the different aspects of our general topic:

1. The concept of all-unity
2. The contemporary significance of the project of Integral knowledge
3. Free Theocracy and democracy
4. Love as man's integrality
5. Consecration of the flesh
6. The religious meaning of creativity


Talks and discussion will be held in either English or Russian.


Please, complete the Application Form available here. We do not accept applications sent through by email. The Application Form must be completed by December 15, 2018. You will be asked for personal data and information about your proposed talk, including an extended summary with bibliography. No submission will be accepted after that date. By January 31, 2019 we will announce the final list of accepted applications. It is also possible to take part in the Conference without giving a talk. In such cases the Application form will be accepted by January 31, 2019 (the number of rooms is limited).


After the conference, selected participants will be asked to prepare chapters for the volume edited in English in our series Ex Oriente Lux published by Wipf and Stock Publisher. The requested papers will be reviewed and may not be accepted for publication.


Conference fee includes accommodation and full board for three nights and three days at the Benedictine Abbey near Krakow. The fee is the same for participants with and without talks and depends on the room standard chosen: 200 EUR (or 800 PLN) for a normal room with shared bathroom and 250 EUR (or 1000 PLN) for a more comfortable room with its own bathroom. The fee must be paid to the account of the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow before April 30, 2019. The conference fee is non-refundable.

To obtain invoice please provide necessary information in your Application Form.
Bank transfer details: Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawla II w Krakowie, ul. Kanonicza 25, 31-002 Krakow, ALIOR BANK SA, BIC or SWIFT: ALBPPLPW (8-digit version) or ALBPPLPWXXX (11-digit version) account number for EUR: PL 29 1060 0076 0000 3210 0020 3364 account number for PLN: PL 12 1060 0076 0000 3210 0016 0117, in both cases with the annotation: “Soloviev” and your last name in latinized form.


If necessary, organizers will send the invitation required to obtain a Schengen visa. Please provide the required passport information in the Application Form.


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