Filozofska fakulteta | Univerza v Ljubljani

Oddelek za filozofijo 


Associate Professor of History of Philosophy


Franci Zore was born in 1961 in Ljubljana (Slovenia). He graduated at the Department of Philosophy of the Ljubljana Faculty of Arts in 1986, in 1992 he received his M. A. in philosophy with the thesis Aristotle's Metaphysics, and in 1996 his Ph. D. in philosophy with the thesis Logos and the Question of Being in Greek Philosophy. He is an associate professor of history of philosophy at the Department of Philosophy at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. He teaches History of Philosophy (Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance) and Classical Texts of Philosophy (Ancient and Modern).

He attended many international philosophical congresses (Athens, Dubrovnik, Ljubljana, Thessaloniki, Zagreb, Cres); in academic year 2002/03, he was a guest professor on post-graduate study of philosophy at the Faculty of Theology, University of Zagreb (Croatia). He is a member of the editorial board of scientific journals Phainomena and Anthropos and book series Claritas. From 2001-2003, he was president of Slovenian Philosophical Society. In 2002, he presided the organization of international philosophical symposium Greek Philosophy, Aristotle's 'Metaphysics' and Hermeneutics in Ljubljana. Since 2003, he has been one of the course directors of the philosophical course Mythos, Logos and Science (Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik).

History of Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance philosophy, especially the history of Greek philosophy and Platonism; methodology of philosophical historiography; philosophical hermeneutics and phenomenology; translation of philosophical texts in Slovene (Heraclitus, Aristotle, Gadamer).