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Olga Kaczmarek

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Olga Kaczmarek (born 1984) is a Polish anthropologist and Holocaust educator. She works in the Institute of Polish Culture at the University of Warsaw and in the third sector. Her primary focus of academic interest is the philosophical system of Emmanuel Levinas, its impact on the philosophy of language and its interrelationship with anthropology.[1] She is the author of Inaczej niż pisać: Lévinas i antropologia postmodernistyczna (WUW-Communicare, 2016). She is based in the greater Warsaw area, Poland.

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  1. Marc De Kesel; Bettine Siertsema; Katarzyna Szurmiak (1 September 2014). See Under: Shoah: Imagining the Holocaust with David Grossman. BRILL. pp. 2–. ISBN 978-90-04-28094-6. Retrieved 14 January 2021. Search this book on

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