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  1. M. M. Alekseeva, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  2. Mark Alfano, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Oregon, US
  3. Tariq Ali, Writer, UK
  4. Meryl Altman, Professor of English and Women’s studies at DePauw University, US
  5. Gil Anidjar, Department of Religion, Columbia University, US
  6. Alain Badiou, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France
  7. Una Bauer, Academy for Dramatic Arts, Zagreb, Croatia
  8. Jeffrey Bell, Professor of Philosophy Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, US
  9. O. V. Belova, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  10. Emanuela Bianchi, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, New York University, US
  11. Vladimir Biti, Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies, University of Vienna, Austria
  12. Jelisaveta Blagojevic, Faculty of Media and Communications, Belgrade, Serbia
  13. Ray Brassier, Associate Professor of Philosophy, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
  14. Milan Božić, Matematički fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Serbia
  15. G. Anthony Bruno, Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy, University of Bonn, Germany
  16. Judith Butler, Department of Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley, US
  17. Ankica Cakardic, Assistant Professor, Faculty for Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb, Croatia
  18. O. V. Cheha, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  19. Samir Chopra, Professor of Philosophy, Graduate Center and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, US
  20. Tatiana M. Civjan, Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
  21. Sharyn Clough, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, US
  22. Simon Critchley, Hans Jonas Professor, The New School for Social Research, US
  23. Andrew Culp, Visiting Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA, US
  24. Marina Cvetkovska, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Molecular Biology, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  25. Vedrana Cvetkovska, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Neuroscience, University of British Columbia, Canada
  26. Anna Cychnerska, University of Torun, Poland
  27. S. I. Danchenko, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  28. Jodi Dean, Professor of Political Science, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY, US
  29. Tom Digby, Professor of Philosophy, Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts, US
  30. Andrew Dilts, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, US
  31. Matt Drabek, Content Specialist, ACT Inc., Iowa City, IA, US
  32. Alex Dubilet, Department of Rhetoric and Program for Religious Studies, University of California, Berkeley, US
  33. V. S. Efimova, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  34. Hajdi Elzeser, Hochschule für Musik, Detmold, Germany
  35. E. N. Engelgard, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  36. Andrea Feeser, Professor, Modern and Contemporary Art History, Theory, and Criticism, Clemson University, US
  37. Paul Foster, PhD, Executive Director of International Studies, Montana State University Billings, US
  38. Steven Franks, Indiana University, US
  39. Matthias Fritsch, Professor of Philosophy, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
  40. M. M. Frolova, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  41. Johan Galtung, University of Oslo, Norway
  42. T. S. Ganenkova, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  43. А. А. Gippius, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  44. Armando Gnisci, European Academy, London, UK
  45. Christopher Grau, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Clemson University, US
  46. James Griffith, PhD, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, US
  47. Andrej Grubacic, Anthropology and Social Change Department, California Institute of Integral Studies, US
  48. Peter Hallward, Professor of Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University, UK
  49. Srecko Horvat, Independent Scholar, Croatia
  50. Gordon Hull, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, US
  51. P. A. Iskenderov, Institute of Slavistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  52. Miroslav Izdimirski, Institute of Balkan Studies & Thracology Centre, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
  53. Igor Janev, Institute of Political Studies, Belgrade, Serbia
  54. Leigh M Johnson, Department of Religion and Philosophy, Christian Brothers University, US
  55. Iva Kaic, Odsjek za arheologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Sveuciliste u Zagrebu, Croatia
  56. Jonathan Kaplan, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, US
  57. Edward Kazarian, Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, Rowan University, US
  58. Gal Kirn, Humboldt Research Fellow, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
  59. K. A. Kozhanov, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  60. Mark Lance, Professor of Philosophy and Justice and Peace, Georgetown University, US
  61. A. V. Lipatov, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  62. Jo Littler, Senior Lecturer in Culture and Cultural Industries, City University London, UK
  63. M. M. Makartsev, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  64. Cathrine Malabou, Professor Of Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University, UK
  65. Bill Martin, Professor of Philosophy DePaul University, Chicago, US
  66. Todd May, 1941 Memorial Professor of the Humanities, Clemson University, US
  67. O. M. Mayorova, Institute of Slavistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  68. Ladelle McWhorter, James Thomas Professor in Philosophy, University of Richmond, Virginia, US
  69. S. M. Miheev, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  70. Hugh Miller, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago, US
  71. Joshua Miller, Professional Lecturer, Philosophy, George Washington University, US
  72. Lisa Miracchi, Bersoff Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow, Department of Philosophy, New York University, US
  73. Michael O’Rourke, Dublin, Ireland
  74. Sorin Paliga, University of Bucharest, Romania
  75. David Palumbo-Liu Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor Stanford University Palo Alto, Califorinia, US
  76. Zarko Petkovic, Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Serbia
  77. Antonio Petrov, Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Texas at San Antonio, US
  78. Olivier Picard, professeur émérite à la Sorbonne, membre de l’Institut, France
  79. Robert Pichler, Institute of Slavic Studies, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
  80. G. P. Pilipenko, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  81. Renate Pillinger, University of Wien, Austria
  82. Liedeka Plate, Radbound University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  83. Nina Power, Senior Lecturer, Department of Humanities, University of Roehampton, UK
  84. John Protevi, Phyllis M. Taylor Professor of French Studies and Professor of Philosophy, Louisiana State University, US
  85. Jacques Rancière, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Université de Paris VIII (St. Denis), France
  86. C D C Reeve, Delta Kappa Epsilon Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US
  87. Gabriel Rockhill, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Villanova University, US
  88. Steven Salaita, Independent Scholar, US
  89. Irena Sawicka, PAN,Warsaw, Poland
  90. Irina Sedakova, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  91. Lara Sels, University of  Leuven, Belgium
  92. T. V. Shalaeva, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  93. Svetlana Slapšak, Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  94. Shane Smalley, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Theology, Anthropology and Linguistics. Calvary Theological Seminary, Grand View, MO, US
  95. Anthony Paul Smith, Assistant Professor of Religion, La Salle University, US
  96. Andrej N. Sobolev, Philipps-Universitaet Marburg, Germany
  97. Jan Sokolowski, University of Wroclaw, Poland
  98. Henry Somers-Hall, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
  99. James K. Stanescu, Professional Lecturer, George Washington University, US
  100. N. N. Starikova, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  101. Alexander I. Stingl, Research Faculty, STS Center, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA US; and Visiting Researcher, Research Collaborator, Contract Lecturer, and Research Consultant,Social Science, Univ. of Kassel, CLWF VU Brusselс, College of Leupana Univ Lueneburg, Inst for General Medicine UniClinic Erlangen, Germany
  102. Barry Stocker, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
  103. Namita Subioto, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  104. Julia Sushytska, PhD, Philosophy, Independent Scholar, US
  105. Misko Suvakovic, Professor at Faculty of Drama and Arts, Beograd, Serbia
  106. S. M. Tolstaya, Institute of Slavistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  107. Silvo Torkar, SAZU, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  108. Kiril Trpkov, University of Calgary, Canada
  109. E. S. Uzeneva, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  110. E. L. Valaeva, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  111. M. M. Valentsova, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  112. D. Y. Vashchenko, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  113. Gianni Vattimo, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
  114. V. V. Volobuev, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  115. Maurice Wade, Professor of Philosophy, Trinity College, Hartford, CT, US
  116. Kimberly Wilson, Department of Teaching and Learning, Temple University, US
  117. Krzysztof Wroclawski, professor emeritus, Warsaw University, Poland
  118. M. V. Yasinskaya, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  119. Santiago Zabala, ICREA Research Professor, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain
  120. E. G. Zadorozhnyuk, Institute of Slavic studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  121. Mateo Žagar, University of Zagreb, Croatia
  122. Slavoj Žižek, Birkbeck Institute for Humanities, UK

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