Mihai Androne

Mihai Androne – Associate Professor PhD in the Teacher Training Department of the ”Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati, B.A. in Philosophy-History (“Al. I. Cuza” University of Iași, 1993) and Orthodox Theology (University of Bucharest, 1999), PhD in Philosophy at the same Iasi University (2006) and PhD candidate in reformed theology at Geneva University. Interest areas: philosophical and theological philosophy, ethics, philosophy of education, reformed theology. Published works: Jean Calvin: Providence, Predestination and Aesthetics of the Religious Symbol (Iași, European Institute, 2011), Introduction to Philosophical Anthropology (Bucharest, Didactic and Pedagogical Publishing House, 2011), Man, Animals and the World: Philosophical Interferences (Bucharest, Eikon, 2016).

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