Mgr. Martin Škára, PhD.
Martin Škára is an Assistant Professor at the Department of philosophy and history of philosophy of Faculty of Arts at University of Pavol Jozef Šafárik in Košice. His scientific research activities are focused on the study of philosophical legacy of Plato´s, Aristotle´s and Leibniz´s also on selected issues of modern era philosophy. He is the author of monograph: Leibniz and Heidegger – Sentence for a (sufficient) Reason. MOŽNOSTI = Principle of Sufficient Reason / Sentence for a Sufficient Reason
Participation in project schemes:
Projects of international grant agencies:
IRES – č. 26110230075 (2012/2015) Innovation for Knowledge Society – researcher
Projects of domestic grant agencies:
VEGA 1/4679/07 – The Asubjective Phenomenology of J. Patočka and the History of Philosophy – researcher
VEGA 1/0678/12 The History of Philosophy as a Philosophical Issue (Heidegger, Patočka, Gadamer and Rorty) – researcher
APVV–0480–11 Patočka´s Asubjective Phenomenology and the History of Philosophy – researcher
VEGA 1/0890/12 – Philosophical Research of the Nature of Language – researcher
IRES – Innovation for Knowledge Society – researcher
VEGA 1/0963/16 – Weak Thought and Postmetaphysical Philosophy – researcher
APVV-17-0529 – Postmetaphysical Thinking in the Context of Current Socio-political Problems – researcher
Membership in significant (scientific) organizations:
Member of Société d´eétudes leibnizinne de langue francaise. Université Paris I., Pantheón – Sorbonne.
Member of Central European Leibnizian society at the Department of Philosophy and History of Philosophy, Facutly of Arts UPJŠ.
Subjects Currently Taught:
History of the Modern Age Philosophy, Logic and methodology of science, Leibniz: Logical subject and individual substance, Leibniz: Monadology, Paton: Sophist, Parmenides, Filebos, Aristotle: Metaphysics