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Marek Aleksander Cichocki - Social Advisor to the President


Born on 9th May 1966 in Warsaw. Graduated in neophilology – Herman philology. In 1998 he was awarded a Ph. D. in human sciences in the area of philosophy from IFiS PAN on the basis of his thesis on “Affirmative Conservatism”. The structure of conservative thinking in the tradition of German political philosophy from political romanticism to Carl Schmitt.

 

In the years 1996-2000 he was an assistant and later adjunct with the Erasmus of Rotterdam Chair with the Institute of Applied Social Sciences of the University of Warsaw. Since 2001 he has been an adjunct in the Institute of Applied Social Sciences of the University of Warsaw (specialisation: history of ideas and political philosophy). In the years 2000-2002 he lectured political sciences in the M. Wańkowicz Higher School of Journalism. Since 2000 Curriculum Director of the Centre of International Relations in Warsaw and since 2004 is the Curriculum Director of the European Centre in Natolin as well as Editor-in-chief of the magazine “New Europe. Natolin Review”. Since 2003 he is also publisher and Editor-in-chief of the “Teologia Polityczna” yearly.

 

Mr Cichocki is the author of many books, essays, articles and dissertations on international relations – i.a. “Poland – European Union, halfway” (2002), “Europe Kidnapped” (2004), “Power and Remembrance” (2006).

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