Cezary Wodziński, Polish philosopher, historian, essayist and translator, Died at 57


Cezary Wodziński was born on May 27, 1959, in Lębork, Poland, and died on June 12, 2016.

He was a Polish philosopher, historian of philosophy, essayist, translator and writer, lecturer at Jagiellonian University in Cracow (Poland) and at University of Warsaw (Poland).

Cezary was the son of Zygmunt Wodziński (an engeenier) and Michalina Wodzińska (teacher), was born in rural Lębork, Poland.

Wodziński attended Tadeusz Reytan’s High School in Warsaw.

Mr. Filip Łobodziński, a famous Polish journalist and translator and Andrzej Sosnowski, Polish known poet are his classmates.

Cezary Wodziński grew up and following high school graduation, he took a job at Psychoneurological Institute of Warsaw as a paramedic.

Apart from this, Cezary also enrolled to Mountain Rescue, GOPR (Grupa Beskidzka – Bieszczady).

Among his favorite topics Russian philosophy and theology, German philosophy, religious philosophy, phenomenology, hermeneutics, philosophy of dialogue, transcendental philosophy, philosophy of language, philosophy of existence, metaphysics,ontology, axiology.

During his scientific achievements were: fifteen publications, more than eighty discourses, papers and essays of philosophy issues.

Cezary was twice awarded I prize of STP (Stowarzyszenie Tłumaczy Polskich – Polish Translators Association) in the field of philosophical translation

Cezary Wodziński passed away at 57 yrs old.