Adam J. Chmielewski is professor of philosophy in the Institute of Philosophy, University of Wroclaw, Poland, social activist and political columnist. He studied philosophy in Wroclaw, Oxford, and New York. He has authored five books, including Popper’s Philosophy: A Critical Analysis (1995), Incommensurability, Untranslatability, Conflict (1997), and Open Society or Community? (2001), a book devoted to the philosophical and moral foundations of liberalism and its contemporary communitarian critique. He has translated a number of books from English into Polish, among these works by Bertrand Russell, Karl Popper, Alasdair MacIntyre, Richard Shusterman, Slavoj Zizek as well as novels. He is also a freelance writer for several journals in Poland and abroad, and a member of editorial boards of Polish and international journals.