Konstanty Michalski (1879–1947) was a Polish Catholic theologian and philosopher.
Michalski was a member of an order of missionary priests. From 1918 he was a professor of philosophy at—from 1931 rector of— Kraków's Jagiellonian University. From 1927 he was a member of the Polish Academy of Learning.
Michalski was a leading Polish student of medieval philosophy. The chief object of his studies was late, especially 14th-century, Scholasticism and Nominalism in Poland.
*Tomizm w Polsce na przełomie XV i XVI w. (Thomism in Poland at the Turn of the 15th and 16th Centuries; 1911)
*Odrodzenie nominalizmu w XIV w. (The Rebirth of Nominalism in the 14th Century; 1926).
*History of philosophy in Poland
*List of Poles