I was born in 1982 in Poland. Currently I work as an assistant professor at the Institute of Philosophy, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland.
I am specialized in action theory and metaethics, but the area of my research interests – also due to my approach to the field of my specialization – covers a wider range of issues (metaphilosophy, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, but also – selected problems in philosophy of science, theoretical issues in cognitive psychology, AI, and management and organization science). Presently I am working mainly in the area of action theory, focusing on the problem of human effectiveness and efficiency within the frameworks of resource-boundedness, theory of intentions and BDI model.
I graduated from Adam Mickiewicz University in 2005. My graduate studies were interdisciplinary (the so-called Individual Interfaculty Studies): I combined philosophy (M.A.) with classical philology (after graduation, continued with B.A. thesis in 2006). My Ph.D. thesis in naturalistic metaethics I defended (cum laude) in 2010.
I authored two books: “Tadeusz Kotarbiński’s Action Theory – Reinterpretive Studies” (2017) and “After Metaethics” (2012, in Polish), over a dozen of papers on practical philosophy and metaethics, published in Polish and international journals, and edited two collections of papers: “Praxiology and the Reasons for Action” (2015) and “Intersubjectivity” (2012, in Polish).
An important portion of my academic work and scientific experience is connected with a research done abroad. I have presented the results of my research at international seminars, workshops, conferences, and congresses in Poland, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, Croatia, Germany, Turkey, India, Japan, and the USA.
Occasionally, I translate philosophical texts from English into Polish.
In 2012 I won a Fulbright Senior Advanced Research Award (research at UC Davis, USA), and in 2013 – the Scholarship for Polish Distinguished Young Scientists. In 2013-2015 completed three visiting fellowships: at the University of Helsinki (as a Visiting Fellow), at the University of California, Davis (as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar) and, recently, at Università degli Studi Roma Tre, FILCOSPE in Italy (Visiting Research Fellow).
Recently I completed a project supported by Polish National Science Centre.
Besides, I am an aficionado of contemporary music (esp. free jazz), Ancient Greek language, and cycling sports. My newest hobby is alpine skiing.