ZOVKO, Marie-Élise (Ithaca, United States of America, 1959), philosopher.
She studied at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, United States of America. She received her doctoral degree in 1992 from the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg im Breisga with a thesis Nature and God: The Historical Relation Between Schelling and Baader. Since 1991 she is employed at the Institute of Philosophy is Zagreb. She taught at the Centre for Croatian Studies at the University of Zagreb, and together with Violetta Waibel she was research project director of Croatian-Austrian bilateral project Cultivation and Education of Judgment in the encounter of Philosophy, Culture and Art, with Special Reference to Kant and Hegel. She is the president of the Plato Society Zagreb. In 2016, she was awarded a Visiting Fellowship at CRASSH, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities & Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. Her areas of interest are Ancient Greek philosophy, Spinoza, Kant and German Idealism, the philosophy of Platonism, metaphysics and theory of mind.
WORKS: The Concept of Time In Heidegger and Plotinus, Zagreb, 1991; Nature and God: The Historical Relation Between Schelling and Baader, Würzburg, 1996.