Mgr. Stanislav Synek, Ph.D.

Stanislav SYNEK, assistant professor

Mgr. Stanislav Synek, Ph.D.

Research Area

  • Ancient Philosophy

  • Ethics


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  • 2015 – 2016: UNCE member at Centre of Phenomenology Studies, Faculty of Humanities  

  • 2012 – 2014: Philosophical Investigations of Human Mortality and Originarity

  • 2008 – 2010: Philosophical Foundations of the Anthropological Meaning of Time

  • 2009: Specific Research, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague


  • 2006 – 2012: Ph.D., Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague.

    Thesis title: Human Nature as a Man’s Task. Study of Human Nature in the Nicomachean Ethics.(Supervisors: prof. Jan Sokol, doc. Štěpán Špinka, Mgr. Jakub Jirsa, Ph.D.)

  • 2004 – 2006: Mgr., Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague.

    Master thesis title: Human Nature in the Context of Aristotle’s conception of pleasure in the Nicomachean Ethics (Supervisors: doc. Štěpán Špinka, doc. Filip Karfík)

  • 1998 – 2003: Bc., Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague.

    Bachelor thesis title: Selected Novel Characters in F. M. Dostoyevsky in the Perspective of Phenomenological Philosophy of E. Lévinas (Supervisors: prof. Jan Sokol, Mgr. Jakub Češka, Ph.D.)


  • Duše jako místo dění světa. Studie k pojetí (lidské) duše u Aristotela (Soul as a Place of the World-coming-into-being. A Study of Aristotle's Conception of the Soul), Prague, Togga 2014

  • Lidská přirozenost jako úkol člověka. Filosofická interpretace Etiky Níkomachovy (Human Nature as a Man’s Task. Philosophical Interpretation of Nicomachean Ethics), Prague, Togga 2011

  • Marian Kuna: Ethics and Politics in the Perspective of A. MacIntyre (critical review) in: Filosofie dnes, vol. 4, No. 2 (2012)

  • Smrtelnost v Aristotelově Etice Níkomachově (Mortality in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics) in: J. Marek (ed.), Temporality and Mortality II. Studies of Temporal Constitution of Human Existence, Prague, Togga 2010

  • Fascinace neviditelností (Fascination by Invisibility) in: J. Novotný (ed.), Fascination by Invisibility. Studies of Interpretative Variety of Work of Jaroslav Havlíček, Prague, Togga 2009

  • Čas v kontextu Etiky Níkomachovy (Time in context of Nicomachean Ethics) in: J. Novotný (ed.), Temporality and Mortality I. Studies of Temporal Constitution of Human Existence, Prague, Togga 2009

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