Eustachy Sapieha 1881-1963
Conservative politician and diplomat.
Franciszek Siarczyński 1758-1829
Member of the Piarist order, author of journalistic, historical and geographic works.
Józef Siemieński 1882-1941
Legal historian, journalist and archivist.
Lucjan Siemieński 1807-1877
Poet, author of novellas, literary critic, journalist and historian.
Karol Sienkiewicz 1793-1860
Historian, political activist, conservative and monarchist.
Fryderyk Skarbek 1792-1866
Political activist, civil servant and economist. He was born on 15 February 1792 in Toruń.
Stanisław ze Skarbimierza ok. 1365-1431
Lawyer, political thinker and theologian, author of works including those on just and unjust wars and the ideal of the state.
Piotr Skarga 1536-1612
Jesuit, royal preacher and leading critic of the politics of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth at the turn of the 17th century.
Wojciech Skarszewski 1742-1827
Catholic priest, author of works on the role of the Church and critic of the principles underlying the French Revolution.
Konstancja Skirmuntt 1851-1934
A Kresy social and political activist, publicist. She was born in Kłodnie in Polesie.
Kajetan Skrzetuski 1743-1806
Piarist, historian and political thinker.
Wincenty Skrzetuski 1745-1791
Piarist, political and historical writer and propagator of Enlightenment ideas.
Adam Skwarczyński 1886-1934
Political activist and journalist associated with the Piłsudski camp.
Artur Śliwiński 1877-1953
Politician, historian, journalist and writer associated with the Piłsudski camp in the Second Polish Republic.
Stanisław Smolka 1854-1924
Outstanding scholar of the Middle Ages and modern times, founder of the Kraków medieval school.
Wacław Sobieski 1872-1935
Historian associated with the Jagiellonian University who sympathised with the National Democracy camp.
Włodzimierz Spasowicz 1829-1906
Literary scholar, politician and advocate of rapprochement with Russia.
Konstanty Srokowski 1878-1935
Journalist and political activist.
Jan Stachniuk 1905-1963
An ideologist of neo-pagan movements.
Zdzisław Stahl 1891-1987
Journalist, economist and politician.
Maciej Starzewski 1891-1944
Lawyer who was an active participant of the discussion about the political system of the Second Polish Republic.
Stanisław Starzyński 1853-1935
A lawyer, politician and university lecturer, recognized as the leading expert on constitutional law in the interwar period.
Stefan Starzyński 1893-1943
Politician and Mayor of Warsaw whose writings concerned, inter alia, the role of the state in the economy; he was an advocate of statism.
Stanisław Staszic 1755-1826
Philosopher, geologist, political activist and writer, priest. He was born at some time before 6 November 1755 in Piła.
Jan Stepa 1892-1959
Bishop of Tarnów, philosopher and theologian.
Stanisław Stomma 1908-2005
Political journalist, a representative of neo-positivism with traits of political realism.
Hieronim Stroynowski 1752-1815
Piarist and later a parish priest who wrote, among other things, about economics and the law of the nations.
Wiktor Sukiennicki 1901-1983
Lawyer, Sovietologist, theoretician of law and historian.
Józef Supiński 1804-1893
Political activist, political thinker and author of works on economics; precursor of positivism.
Wawrzyniec Surowiecki 1769-1827
Economist, journalist and scholar of early Slavdom.
Stanisław Swianiewicz 1899-1997
Economist, researcher of totalitarian economies and historian of ideas. He was born in 1899 in Daugavpils.
Aleksander Świętochowski 1849-1938
Sociologist, political thinker, journalist and playwright.
Józef Kalasanty Szaniawski 1764-1843
Political thinker, initially a follower of Jacobin ideas and subsequently a conservative.
Mieczysław Szawleski 1888-1942
Diplomat, political journalist.
Józef Szujski 1835-1883
Historian, writer, politician and journalist.
Antoni Szymański 1881-1942
Catholic priest and an outstanding representative of Polish Catholic science and social thinking.
Antoni Maurycy Szymański 1813-1894
Lawyer, politician connected with the Great Emigration.