SKUHALA KARASMAN, Ivana (Varaždin, 1975), philosopher.
She graduated in philosophy and croatology from the Centre for Croatian Studies at the University of Zagreb. In 2003 she received her master’s degree in philosophy, and in 2011 she defended a PhD thesis in philosophy under the title Prediction in Medieval and Renaissance Natural Philosophy (in Works of H. Dalmatin, F. Grisogono, J. Dubrovčanin). Since 2005 she has been employed at the Institute of Philosophy. She is executive editor of the journal Contributions to the Research Into the Croatian Philosophical Heritage. She translates from German (Helene Druskowitz). Her areas of interest include renaissance philosophy, Croatian philosophy, philosophy of gender and problem of free will.
WORKS: In Searching of Foreknowledge; Prediction in Medieval and Renaissance Natural Philosophy – H. Dalmatin, F. Grisogono and J. Dubrovčanin, Zagreb, 2013; Our Women: Lexicon of Notable Women of Croatia From the 10th Till the 20th Century (with Luka Boršić), Zagreb, 2016.
"Problem predestinacije u Eriugeninoj kritici Gottschalka", Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine 31/1–2 (61–62) (2005), 61–69. [pdf]
"Petrićevo i Ficinovo razumijevanje utjecaja neba na zemaljsko", Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine 34/1–2 (67–68) (2008), 69–79. [pdf]
"Enciklopedizam i predviđanje u Epistemonu Pavla Skalića", Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine 38/1 (75) (2012), 65–78. [pdf]