Central European Pragmatist Forum - Bratislava, Budapest, Praha, Warszawa, Wien (www.cepf.sk)

Board of Directors

Scott L. Pratt
co-chair, USA
spratt@uoregon.edu

Lyubov Bugaeva
co-chair, Russia
l.bugaeva@spbu.ru

Board

John Ryder
USA

James Campbell
USA

Emil Visnovsky
Slovakia

Lubomir Dunaj
Austria

Sandra Zakutna
Slovakia

Radim Sip
Czechia

Alexander Kremer
Hungary

Krystyna Wilkoszewska
Poland

Leszek Koczanowicz
Poland

Sami Pihlstrom
Findland

Roberta Dreon
Italy

Carlos Mougan
Spain

Jane Skinner
South Africa

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PREAMBULAE

Philosophical Pragmatism is important not only for America but for the whole democratic world. It is not and should not be solely an American phenomenon. It is a rich source of ideas and a heritage that should be explored and developed throughout the contemporary world.

The heart of pragmatism is the transformation of culture and the formation of a democratic culture in which democracy is understood not only as a way of government but as a way of life.

"Power in Theory and Practice" - The 11th Central European Pragmatist Forum

The need for the implementation of such an approach in Central and Eastern Europe is that this part of world is undergoing a fundamental transition that would benefit from a democratic and cultural transformation.

The Central European Pragmatist Forum is based on academic scholarship, but it does not serve exclusively academic purposes. It also serves to encourage studies in cultural identity of this part of the world and its cultural transformation based on the ideas of philosophical pragmatism.

PURPOSE

What we need and want:

>>> to build up a library with resources
>>> to teach university and public courses
>>> to translate and publish works
>>> to counsel widely in the social sphere
>>> to organize discussions, conferences and study grants



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