FILIPOVIĆ, Ljiljana (Zagreb, 1951), philosopher, writer, journalist, translator.
She received her doctoral degree in 1995 from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb with a thesis Philosophical Implications of the Concept of the Unconscious. She is employed as editor at the Third Program of the Croatian Radio, and also teaches at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb. She is the author of the novels The Invisible Dog, The Hawk in the Shoemaker Shop, The Missing People. She also wrote several books of essays The Public Loneliness, The Empty Factories and The Skin Scenarios. She translates from English (Thomas Stephen Szasz, Mircea Eliade, Ronald David Laing, David Graham Cooper). She is a member of Croatian Writers Society.
WORKS: Ronald D. Laing's Philosophy and Psychiatry, Zagreb, 1990; The Unconscious in Philosophy, Zagreb, 1997.