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    “Kronos” quarterly is a peer-reviewed philosophical journal. It was established in 2007 as a project of a particular generation of philosophers all of whom started their studies around the transitional year 1989. “Kronos” soon became the largest philosophical journal in Poland. It is a new voice in Polish philosophy.

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    The philosophical quarterly Kronos (in Polish) was established in 2007 by scholars connected with the University of Warsaw and the University of Białystok. Metaphysics, the philosophy of politics, the philosophy of literature and religion, history of psychoanalysis comprise the thematic scope of the journal. The editors of the quarterly strive to familiarize the Polish reader with new translations and commentaries of classic works (Plato, Joachim of Fiore, Nicholas of Cusa, Shakespeare, Schelling, the Schlegel brothers, Heidegger and many others), as well as the work of contemporary philosophers.

    The annual Kronos Philosophical Journal (in English) was established in 2012 as a companion edition to the quarterly, to supplement it, yet without repeating the content of the Polish edition. The papers presented in the annual might be of interest to the readers from outside Poland, allowing them to familiarize themselves with the dynamic thought of contemporary Polish authors, as well as entirely new topics, rarely discussed by English speaking authors. The community of contributors comprises both globally recognized academics and promising early-career researchers who pursue a variety of discourses and disciplines of contemporary humanities. Kronos Philosophical Journal publishes papers concerning philosophical and literary tradition, as well as translations, short essays and book reviews. Aiming at introducing works of important authors to English-speaking public, Kronos Philosophical Journal featured translations of texts by Gustav Shpet, Ernst Jünger, Sergio Quinzio and Franz Brentano. One of the issues published so far contained passages from previously unknown lectures by Leo Strauss on Aristotle, too.

    Each volume of Kronos Philosophical Journal is published in December. The journal is available for free in open access. Apart from Kronos home site, all issues are archivized at Zenodo.

    The Editors of Kronos Philosophical Journal wish to express their sincere gratitude to the reviewers of the volumes V-VIII:
    Prof. Thomas Bartscherer, Bard College;
    Prof. Bogdan Burliga, University of Gdańsk;
    Prof. Marta Gibińska, Jagiellonian University in Kraków;
    Prof. Steffen Huber, Jagiellonian University in Kraków;
    Prof. Zbigniew Kloch, University of Warsaw, Faculty of “Artes Liberales”;
    Prof. Jeff Love, Clemson University;
    Prof. Svetozar Minkov, Roosevelt University;
    Prof. Glenn W. Most, The University of Chicago, Committee on Social Thought;
    Prof. Stanisław Pieróg, University of Warsaw;
    Prof. Eric Salem, St. John's College, Annapolis, MD;
    PhD Sergey David Sistiaga, University of Erfurt;
    Prof. Tadeusz Sławek, University of Silesia in Katowice;
    PhD Paulina Sosnowska, University of Warsaw;
    Prof. Ewa Thompson, Rice University;
    Prof. Krzysztof Ziarek, The State University of New York at Buffalo.