Voznyak Taras (Ukraine), Editor-in-chief and founder Independent Cultural Journal "Ї"

Voznyak Taras (Ukraine), Editor-in-chief and founder Independent Cultural Journal "Ї"

Editor-in-chief and founder Independent Cultural Journal "Ї"

Biography:

Taras Voznyak is culture expert, political scientist, editor-in-chief and founder of Independent Cultural Journal "Ї".
In 1974-1979 Taras Voznyak studied in the Lviv Polytechnic Institute.

From 1980 to 1984 Taras Voznyak served as an army officer in the town of Izyaslav of Khmelnytskyi Region. During army service he translated philosophy works by Edmund Husserl, Roman Ingarden, Gabriel Marcel, Martin Heidegger, Hans-Georg Gadamer and Max Scheler.

In 1984 Taras Voznyak started working at Lviv Factory of Milling Machines.

He was close to informal group of intellectuals united under the name “Lvivska shkola” (Lviv school). Ihor Klekh, Hryhoriy Komskyi, Mykola Yakovyna and others were part of this group, which was active in Lviv in the 80s.

Taras Voznyak organized the printing of samizdat culturology literature. He vigorously translated and printed by samizdat, in particular the books of Polish-Jewish writer Bruno Schulz.