Warsaw Research Group

Philosophy and Fundamentals of Science

Scientific cooperation

1. Scientific cooperation with the Christian Professors' Forum (webpage: http://www.chfpn.pl/).
in making efforts for creating forum for common scientific meetings, disccusions and conferences; the first scientific meetings was held on May 10th, 2006 with guest lecturer Prof. D. G. Davis (USA).

2. Cooperation in common scientific research on Human Evolution area with the SophiaIberia Project.
The SophiaWarsaw Research Group delegate attending the inititial Conference on Human Evolution: In Search of Our Anthropic Roots/, September 6-8, 2007, at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid (supported by the SophiaIberia Project) http://www.upcomillas.es/sophiaiberia/)

3. "The heritage of modern ethics" - the topic of studies of Polish philosophers with participation of a researcher of the "SophiaWarsaw Group of Philosophy and Fundamentals of Science".

In Warsaw at both the Section of Ethics' History and the Section of Contemporary Ethics of the Department of Philosophy of the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University (UKSW), there held inland scientific Conference on "Aristotle today" on 9th November, 2005. The Conference have initiated both series of meetings and investigations devoted to the heritage of the contemporary ethics. In this initiative, the "SophiaWarsaw Group of Philosophy and Fundamentals of Science" is represented by Dr. Boguslawa Lewandowska.

It is scheduled that the information on the investigations will be diffused in the following ways:
  1. Preparing and publishing a monography devoted to the philosophers contributing to the heritage of contemporary ethics.
  2. Rendering accessible the information on the activity of the investigators' group on the webpage of the "Polish Philosophical Network" (www.psf.org.pl).

4. Scientific cooperation with the Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual.
The meeting with the participation of he SophiaWarsaw Research Group delegate will take place on Friday, November 16, 2007 in the Grand Hyatt Annie A Room in San Diego, USA. It will be discussed how to share feminist theological wisdom with future generations. For more information visit, please: www.hers.com/water).

5. Scientific Cooperation in Dialogue Concerning Science and Natural Religion
with the Center for Process Studies at Claremont School of Theology, Claremont, CA (an initial meeting in October, 2009). Contact person: Ramon Cisneros-Ruelas, Ph.D. student.

6. Future plans:

  1. scientific cooperation with the Theological Roundtable on Ecological Ethics and Spirituality (TREES), Graduate Theological Union/Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA (an initial meeting in November, 2010). Contact person: Elizabeth Byrne, PSR student.