Why Religion? Towards a Critical Philosophy of Law, Peace and God
- Datum: –19.00
- Plats: Munken 1 Trädgårdsgatan 20. Sal: 1-234
- Föreläsare: Dr. Dawid Bunikowski, Senior Lecturer, University of Applied Sciences in Włocławek, Department of Public Administration (Poland), will present his cross-disciplinary research, especially on jurisprudence, including ideas from his recent co-edited book Why Religion? Towards a Critical Philosophy of Law, Peace and God (Springer 2020).
- Arrangör: Centrum för forskning om religion och samhälle (CRS), CEMFOR och Teologiska institutionen
- Kontaktperson: Martha Middlemiss Lé Mon
Dr. Dawid Bunikowski. Is a legal philosopher. He completed his PhD in Poland (on law and morality: abortion, euthanasia, human fertilisation, cloning, pornography, prostitution, same-sex couples etc.) and postdoctoral research in Finland (on the recent global financial crisis as an axiological crisis: the crisis of law and the crisis of morality; business ethics/corporate governance). He is currently Research Scholar at the Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship (http://ronininstitute.org/research-scholars/dawid-bunikowski/, New Jersey, USA) and Researcher (Research Associate) at IGDORE - Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (https://igdore.org/researchers/; a location independent research organisation; Estonia-Indonesia-Sweden). He is also Leader of the Sub-group of Philosophy of Law in the Arctic in the Arctic Law Thematic Network at the University of the Arctic (https://www.uarctic.org/news/2015/11/thematic-network-on-arctic-law-establishes-new-sub-group-philosophy-of-law-in-the-arctic/). I am also Senior Lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Wloclawek, Poland and part-time Lecturer at the University of Eastern Finland.
His main research area is legal theory/philosophy of law, in particular law and morality relations but not only. He is also a law and religion scholar and a social/political thinker interested in law, ethics, philosophy, logic, economy, history, and theology, and anthropology. He has broad experience of cross-disciplinary studies.
A seminar organised in collaboration with the Faculty of Law with Dr. Dawid Bunikowski