Konrad Werner

Paper: Aspectual Shape of Knowledge of Aspectual Shape of the World?

It is more appropriate to speak of the aspectuality of the world than the aspectuality of knowledge – since the latter is a consequence of the former – although, at the same time, this is a profoundly realistic position!

Konrad Werner was born in 1983 in Warsaw, Poland. He is a Ph.D. student at Jagiellonian University in Cracow (Institute of Philosophy, Department of Cognitive Science) and lecturer at Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce. The main area of his investigations is ontology, especially ontology of mind and cognition, therefore theory of being as applied to cognitive science. His masters' thesis (2008), written under the supervision of prof. Jan Woleński, focused on the definition of truth proposed by Roman Ingarden and its formal interpretations. His PhD thesis, about which he will present at this conference, deals with the problem of so called aspectual shape of perception.