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Volodymyr Turchynousky is director of the International Institute for Ethics and Contemporary Issues and head of the Philosophy Department at Ukrainian Catholic University (UCA). His research interests include ethics and anthropology, phenomenology, and university governance. He has held several positions at UCA since joining the university in 1998, including master of Josef Slipyj Residential College, vice rector for university strategy and planning, and director of administration. He has also lectured at St. M Charnets’kyj High Theological Institute and the Institute of High Religious Culture in Lviv. He is the editor of Ethics in the Global World: Reflections on Civic Virtues (2013) and has also published numerous articles and book chapters in both Ukrainian and English. Turchynousky holds a Candidate of Sciences degree in philosophy from Kyiv National University (Ukraine), M.S in mathematics from Lviv National University, and Ph.D. in philosophy from the International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality of Liechtenstein.