Mark Losoncz (1987) defended his PhD at the University of Novi Sad with the title The Concept of Time in Bergson’s and Husserl’s Philosophy. He accomplished part of his doctoral research at École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) in Paris. He became research trainee at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory (Belgrade) and a member of the Group for Social Engagement Studies after being a project associate. His main research fields of interest are contemporary metaphysics (metaphysics of relations and powers, meontology), philosophy of mind (intentionality), systems and complexity theory. He is author and/or editor of four books. He is a member of Philosophical College (Filozófiai Kollégium) in Budapest. His works are published in English, French, German, Serbian/Croatian, Slovenian and Hungarian.