Dr. Eli Kramer is an Associate Professor (Profesor Uczelni) at the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Wrocław. He specialises in metaphilosophy (in particular, philosophy as a way of life), intercultural philosophy, philosophy of culture, German and American Idealism, Classical American Philosophy, and Process Philosophy. His work is devoted to developing philosophy as a way of life as a field. He connects this work to his activities in the philosophy of culture and the philosophy of higher education. Alongside Matthew Sharpe and Michael Chase, he co-edits the Brill book series, “Philosophy as a Way of Life: Text and Studies,” which organizes new translations, as well as putting out new studies. They also closely work with Marta Faustino on a number of projects to foster philosophy as a way of life research and practice inside and out of the academy. His first single authored monograph is on the nature and role of the associated philosophical life (as distinct from philosophy as a discipline): Intercultural Modes of Philosophy, Volume One: Principles to Guide Philosophical Community (Brill, 2021). He has also co-edited and contributed to collections such as Philosophy of Culture as Theory, Method, and Way of Life: Contemporary Reflections and Applications (Brill, 2022), Rorty and Beyond (Lexington Books, 2020), and Contemporary Philosophical Proposals for the University: Toward a Philosophy of Higher Education (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018). His work has appeared (or will appear) in journals such as Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture, Contemporary Pragmatism, Dewey Studies, Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education, Studies in Pedagogy, and Syndicate Philosophy.
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