Anita Ganowicz-Bączyk, Ph.D.

e-mail: a.ganowicz@uksw.edu.pl

 

Doctor of philosophy. Conducts research in the field of environmental ethics, environmental philosophy, philosophical anthropology and philosophy of nature. Author of over 20 peer-reviewed publications and a book Debate over Environmental Ethics (2009). Member of The Francis de Sales Scientific Society. Her research interests focus on the investigation of the appropriate basis for holistic and universal environmental ethics. Studies the issue of changes of human-nature relation in history and the issue of uniqueness of human species in nature.

 

Specialization:
Environmental Humanities, Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, Environmental Philosophy, Philosophical Anthropology

 

Post fulfilled:

  • Member of the Didactic Commission of the Faculty of Christian Philosophy
  • Member of the 2nd Local Ethical Commission for Animal Experiments in Warsaw, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
  • Secretary of the scientific research seminars by the Department of Environmental Anthropology in the Institute of Ecology and Bioethics
  • Deputy Secretary at the Department of Environmental Anthropology in the Institute of Ecology and Bioethics, UKSW in Warsaw
  • Year Tutor for full-time Environmental Protection students

 

Master Thesis:
Pressure on Environment as a Means of Adaptation of Human Species for Survival” (2003)

 

Doctoral dissertation:
„The Debate over Anthropocentrism in Polish Environmental Ethics”(2008)

 

Membership in Scientific Organizations and Associations:
The Francis de Sales Scientific Society

 

Selected publications:

  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2009), Spór o etykę środowiskową (Title in English: Debate over Environmental Ethics), Wyd. WAM, Kraków, pp. 310.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2016), Wątki ekoetyczne w encyklice Laudato si’ papieża Franciszka (Discussions of Environmental Ethics in Pope Francis’ Encyclical Laudato si’), in: J. Poznański, S. Jaromi (eds.) „Kościół i nauka w obliczu ekologicznych wyzwań. Źródła, inspiracje i konteksty encykliki Laudato si’”, Wydawnictwo Akademii Ignatianum, Wydawnictwo WAM, Kraków, pp. 193-214.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2016), Anthropocentric Character of the Principle of Sustainable Development, in: J.I. Kureethadam, Z. Łepko, R. F. Sadowski (eds.), “Returning to the Οἶκος. Ways to Recover our Common Home”, Libreria Ateneo Salesiano, Rome, pp. 272-295.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2016), Genetic Manipulations on Nonhuman Organisms, in: J.I. Kureethadam, Z. Łepko, R. F. Sadowski (eds.), “Returning to the Οἶκος. Ways to Recover our Common Home”, Libreria Ateneo Salesiano, Rome, pp. 213-239.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2016), Etyka środowiskowa (Environmental ethics), in: Etyka. Część II Filozoficzna etyka życia spełnionego, Seria: Dydaktyka filozofii (t. V), S. Janeczek, A. Starościc (eds.), Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, pp. 181-208.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2015), Narodziny i rozwój etyki środowiskowej (The Origin and Development of Environmental Ethics), „Studia Ecologiae et Bioethicae” 13/4, 39-63.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2014), Systemowe ujęcie biosfery w etyce Edwarda Goldsmitha (The Systemic Outlook for the Biosphere in Edward Goldsmith’s Environmental Ethics), „Studia Ecologiae et Bioethicae” 12/1, 93-115.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2013), Ekonomia w służbie zrównoważonego rozwoju (Economics Serving Sustainable Development), „Studia Ecologiae et Bioethicae” 11/1, 29-45.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2012), W stronę ekonomii zrównoważonego rozwoju (Towards the Economics of Sustainable Development), „Studia Ecologiae et Bioethicae” 10/4, 33-52.
  • Ganowicz-Bączyk A., (2011), Wpływ nowożytnego antropocentryzmu na relację człowieka do przyrody. Część 1 (The Modern Sources of Anthropocentrism. Part one), „Studia Ecologiae et Bioethicae” 9/1, 9-27.