Our lectors

Jiří Fuchs

For a long time now he devotes himself to the systematic break-down of philosophy, which has its origins in classical realism and is developed in confrontation with contemporary thinking. His thoughts are based on the verification of basic knowledge. He is the editor of the magazine Distance – revue for critical thinking.

Mgr. Roman Cardal, Ph.D.

After finishing Germanistic studies at the Philosophical faculty of the Charles’ University in Prague (1989) and Philosophy on the Lateran University in Rome (1993) and SFD in Blogna (1998), he devotes himself to the fields of ontology and teodicea. In 2001 he defended his dissertation on the topic: La dottrina meafísica della sostanza in Aristole e la sua ricezione in alcuni tomisti moderni.

Mgr. David Černý

He is a graduate of the Pontifica Universitá S.Tommaso d’Aquino in Rome (2006) and SFD in Bologna and a member of Centro di Studi Tomistici in Modena. He devotes himself to the field of philosophical logics and philosophy of science.

Dr. Roman Joch

After graduating from the 1st medical faculty of the Charles’ University (1996) and after taking part in numerous foreign exchanges and study programs in the USA, he devotes himself to political philosophy and to the questions of international relations. From the year 2003 he is the director of the Civic institute.

Mgr. Michal Jamný, Ph.D

Absolvent magisterského studia na FF OU v Ostravě (2003) a doktorského studia filosofie na FF UP v Olomouci, kde v roce 2007 obhájil disertaci s názvem: Transcendentalita a transcendence v Heideggerově fundamentální ontologii. Je tutorem modulu 10 Dějiny filosofie (část Novověká filosofie).

Jan Horník

After eight semesters of political science studies at the Charles University of Prague (1995-1999) Jan Hornik decided to focus on philosophy. His main focus of interest is the theory of evolution. He has written a book analyzing the philosophical background of Hitler’s antisemitism called Why The Holocaust. He is the editor of philosophical revue Distance.