Find out more about the greatest Polish Philosophers, including Pope John Paul II, Nicolaus Copernicus, Rosa Luxemburg, Zygmunt Bauman and Alfred Tarski.
Pope John Paul IIPope John Paul II
18 May 1920
The 264th Pope (Bishop of Rome)
Nicolaus CopernicusNicolaus Copernicus
19 February 1473
 

Rosa LuxemburgRosa Luxemburg
05 March 1871
Marxist Theorist

Alfred KorzybskiAlfred Korzybski
03 July 1879
Scholar who developed the field of General

Abraham Joshua HeschelAbraham Joshua Heschel
11 January 1907
Rabbi

Zygmunt BaumanZygmunt Bauman
 
Johann Gottfried HerderJohann Gottfried Herder
25 August 1744
philosopher, theologian, poet, translator

Ferdinand LassalleFerdinand Lassalle
11 April 1825
Writer, Politician, Economist, Lawyer, Philosopher

Friedrich SchleiermacherFriedrich Schleiermacher
21 November 1768
Philosopher, Theologian, Translator, University

Jakob BöhmeJakob Böhme
24 April 1575
philosopher, Christian mystic, and Lutheran
Alfred TarskiAlfred Tarski
14 January 1901
Mathematician, Philosopher

Ernst CassirerErnst Cassirer
28 July 1874
Philosopher, University teacher
Jerzy NeymanJerzy Neyman
16 April 1894
Mathematician, Philosopher, Statistician

Alain FinkielkrautAlain Finkielkraut
30 June 1949
Philosopher, Radio personality, Writer, University

Peter GeachPeter Geach
29 March 1916
Philosopher, University teacher, Philosophy
Chaïm PerelmanChaïm Perelman
20 May 1912
Philosopher, University teacher

Christian WolffChristian Wolff
24 January 1679
jurist, mathematician, philosopher, university
Leszek KołakowskiLeszek Kołakowski
23 October 1927
Polish philosopher