Primož Repar

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Primož Repar (born 16 June 1967, Ljubljana) is a Slovenian poet, writer, philosopher, translator, essayist, editor, publisher and organizer of international cultural and scientific / professional events, workshops, festivals, conferences, symposia, various scientific and professional research, and other initiatives at home and abroad.

He studied philosophy and history at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana in 1997. From 2001 on studying graduate for a doctor’s degree in researching the philosophy of Søren Kierkegaard. In 2009 he obtained a Ph.D. with the title Kierkegaard: The Question of Choice and Existential Communication at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. In 1993 he studied at International Peoples’ College in Elsingore, Denmark (Danish language intensive course).

His 14 books and independent monographs have so far been published in Slovene, Slovak, Czech, English, French, Croatian, Montenegrin, Serbian, Macedonian, Polish, Hungarian and Danish. In addition to Danish, he translates professional and literary texts from Croatian, Serbian, Slovak, Czech, English and Norwegian.