Stanisław Car 1882-1938
Lawyer and chief architect of governmental reforms introduced by Józef Piłsudski’s camp.
Leopold Caro 1864-1939
Economist, political thinker, and social activist.
Edmund Chojecki 1822–1899
Publicist, journalist, man of letters, and traveller, adherent of revolutionary Democratic doctrines who often referred to the output of French utopian socialists – particularly, of P.J. Proudhon.
Adam Ciołkosz 1901-1978
Socialist politician, and publicist.
Zygmunt Cybichowski 1879-1946
Professor of state, and international, law; adherent of the national method of law.
Napoleon Cybulski 1854-1919
Włodzimierz Czacki 1835-1888
Catholic priest, cardinal, and leading Catholic thinker of the 19th century.
Kazimierz Czapiński 1882-1941
Socialist politician and publicist.
Adam Jerzy Czartoryski 1770 - 1861
Political activist and educationalist, Conservative-Liberal thinker, and leading Polish politician of his time.
Julian Czermiński 1773-1830
Historian, and professor of the Jagiellonian University.
Ignacy Czuma 1891-1963
Legal philosopher, Thomist, and anti-Communist.