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Gensler, Marek

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 Born 11 January 1964 in Łódź, Poland
 
Studies:
2000-2001 Fulbright scholar at Boston College
1993: Summer School of Medieval Civilisation at the University of Poitiers
1989-1990: Soros Graduate Scholar at Oxford University (Corpus Christi College)
1984-1989: Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, University of Łódź
1982-1987: English Language and Literature at the Department of English Philology, University of Łódź
 
Degrees:
2008 – habilitation in Human Studies, specialisation in Mediaeval Philosophy (dissertation: The Troublesome Change or Walter Burley’s Struggles with Mutability of Things)
1996 – Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Łódź (dissertation: The Concept of Substance in Antonius Andreae; supervisor: Prof. Z. Kuksewicz)
1989 – M.A. in Philosophy, University of Łódź (thesis: The Doctrine of Individuation in ‘De tribus principiis naturae’ & ‘Metaphysics’ questions of Antonius Andreae; supervisor: Prof. Z. Kuksewicz)
1987 - M.A. in English Language & Literature, University of Łódź (thesis: Syntax & Semantics of Verbs Referring to Weather Conditions in Polish and in English; supervisor: Dr. W. Oleksy)
 
Career:
Since 2016 vice-dean for education, Faculty of Philosophy and History, University of Łódź
2012-2016 director of the Department of Philosophy, University of Łódź
2008-2012 deputy director of the Department of Philosophy, University of Łódź
since 2008 professor of the University of Łódź
1999-2008 Socrates/Erasmus Programme coordinator at the Faculty of Philosophy and History, University of Łódź
1996-2004 assistant professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Łódź
1995-2000 Treasurer of the Łódź branch of the Polish Philosophical Society
since 1994 member of the Polish Philosophical Society
since 1993 member of the Société Internationale pour l'Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale
1988-1996 assistant lecturer at the Department of Philosophy, University of Lódz
 
Guest lecturer at a number of universities in Europe, North America and Asia
 
Interests:
14th century natural philosophy, early Scotism, Walter Burley, philosophy of religion
 
Bibliography (last 6 years):
1. “Chapter Ten. Generation and Corruption”; w: Alessandro D. Conti (ed.) A Companion to Walter Burley: Late Medieval Logician and Metaphysician, Brill: Leiden - Boston 2013, s. 301-320; Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition A series of handbooks and reference works on the intellectual and religious life of Europe, 500–1800 Editor-in-Chief Christopher M. Bellitto (Kean University), vol. 41.
2. Koncepcja ujednostkowienia w pismach Antoniego Andrzejowego, Filo-Sofija 23 (4/2013), 93-104.
3. The Joy of Repetition. The Problem of the Composition of Bodies in Four Scholastic Commentaries on De generatione, Przegląd Tomistyczny, t. XIX (2013), 119–131.
4. Jakościowe ujęcie fizyki. Problem złożenia ciał u filozofów dojrzałego średniowiecza, Acta mediaevalia XXV (2014), 63-77.
5. Habitus or the Possibility of Science of the Contingent, HYBRIS 31 (2015), 21-36.
6. Satyra na leniwych teologów, czyli o pewnych lekcjach z filozofii nieodrobionych od sześciuset lat, Kwartalnik Historyczny CXXII.4 (2015), 641-655.
7. Secutus sum doctrinam Scoti Antonius Andreae’s Interpretation of Duns Scotus, w: Pupils and Masters (Miscellanea Mediaevalia 39), Walter de Gruyter, Berlin – New York 2016, 371-386.
8. Anonimowe dzieło Księga o sześciu zasadach, translation and introduction (with Elżbieta Jung), Przegląd Tomistyczny XXI (2015), 51–68.
9. O edycji komentarzy Waltera Burleya do Parva naturalia (with Robert Podkoński), Przegląd Tomistyczny XXII (2016), 89-106.
10. Relacja między zabobonami a wiedzą naukową w komentarzach Waltera Burleya do Parva naturalia Arystotelesa, Przegląd Tomistyczny XXIII (2017), 183-196.
11.Waltera Burleya kwestie do Arystotelesowego O długości i krótkości życia (Pierwsze tłumaczenie na język nowożytny), translation and introduction (with Monika Mansfeld), Przegląd Tomistyczny XXIV (2018), 473-486.
12. „Semper idem? Problems of Central European University Rectors in the Middle Ages and Now”, w: E. Jung (ed.), What is New in the New Universities? Learning in Central Europe in the Late Middle Ages, Wydawnictwo IFiS PAN, Warszawa 2018, 73-82.

E-Mail: mgensler[a]uni.lodz.pl




Lexikonbeiträge:

Antonius Andreae (ca 1280-ca 1333)
Walter Burley (ca. 1274-1344)