Adam J. Chmielewski is professor at the Institute of Philosophy, University of Wrocław, Poland. He studied philosophy and social sciences at the universities in Wrocław, Oxford, New York and Edinburgh. He has authored several books, among them Popper’s Philosophy: A Critical Analysis (1995) Incommensurability, Untranslatability, Conflict (1997), Open Society or Community? (2001), Two Conceptions of Unity (2006) and Psychopathology of Political Life (2009). He is the Editor-in-Chief of Studia Philosophica Wratislaviensia, and a member of editorial boards of several Polish and international journals. He is also a social activist and political columnist. He publishes blogs: Interventions: Philosophical and Political; Contra-Dictions, and Meetings Downtown and has contributed a number of essays to openDemocracy. His latest book is Politics and Recognition: Towards a New Political Aesthetics (Routledge, 2020).