Adam Lipszyc (born 1975) – essayist and translator, works at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, at the Collegium Civita and at the Franz Kafka Univeristy of Muri. Autor of The Inter-People. The vision of subjectivity in the writings of Harold Bloom [Międzyludzie. Koncepcja podmiotowości w pismach Harolda Blooma] (Krakow, 2005), The Trace of Judaism in 20th Century Philosophy [Ślad judaizmu w filozofii XX wieku] (Warsaw, 2009), The reviewed case of Józefina K and other books from scratch [Rewizja procesu Józefiny K. i inne lektury od zera] (Warsaw, 2011), Justice at the Tip of the Tongue. Reading Walter Benjamin [Sprawiedliwość na końcu języka. Czytanie Waltera Benjamina] (Krakow, 2012) and The Time of the Poem. Paul Celan and Literary Theologies [Czas wiersza. Paul Celan i teologie literackie] (Kraków, 2015). He has won the Andrzej Siemka Prize of Literatura na Świecie, the Allianz Kulturstiftung and the Gdynia Literary Award.