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Christo Stoev


Christo Stoev is an Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Sofia University ‘St. Kliment Ohridski’. He has obtained his PhD at Sofia University with a thesis on Kant’s theoretical philosophy. He has specialized at Ruprecht Karl University, Heidelberg, Germany, supported by DAAD. His main theoretical interests are in the field of Transcendental Philosophy, Phenomenology, Social Philosophy, and Philosophical Anthropology. Christo Stoev is a member and co-founder of the ‘Institute of Bulgarian Philosophical Culture’.

Main Publications (books and monographies):

  • Stoev, C. (2017). Out from the Impossibility of a Transcendental Anthropology. Sofia: St. Kliment Ohridski;
  • Stoev, C. (2015). Eudaimonia. Sofia: Ergo;
  • Stoev, C. (2010). The Concepts in ‘Critique of Pure Reason’. A Systematic Survey. Sofia: Iztok-Zapad;
  • Stoev, C. (2005). Kant and the Problem of Inner Sense. Sofia: Iztok-Zapad.