PRIJIĆ-SAMARŽIJA, Snježana (?, 1964), philosopher.
She graduated in philosophy from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Beograd, and in she received her master’s degree from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Ljubljana. She received her doctoral degree in 1997 from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb with a thesis The Debate on Social Cognitive Theory. She furthered her studies in the Czech Republic. She is ordinary professor at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka. Her areas of interest are epistemology, social epistemology, applied ethics, gender studies, philosophy of sexuality, philosophy of psychology, philosophy of emotions and history of philosophy from R. Descartes till I. Kant. From 1998 till 2004 she was the chief editor of the journal Croatian Journal of Philosophy, and from 2005 till 2009 executive editor of the journal European Journal for Analitic Philosophy. She is Vice-chancellor for studies and students of the University of Rijeka. She has received several awards for her work.
WORKS: The Eye and the World, Rijeka 1995; Society and Cognition, Zagreb, 2000; Practical Ethics: Essays on the Liberal Approach to Some Issues In Practical Ethics (with Elvio Baccarini), Zagreb, 2007; Ancient and Modern Epistemology (with Ana Gavran Miloš), Zagreb, 2011.