Assistant Professor (Dr hab.) in the Department of Philosophy and Sociology at the Marie Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland.
(see my profile on academia.edu)
Research interests: cognitive science and communication, philosophy of psychiatry and psychoanalysis, theory of knowledge, philosophy of mind, theory of social sciences, phenomenology.
– the limits of psychopathology understanding (delusions, personal identity, intersubiectivity)
– engaged epistemology and embodied mind
– expert knowledge in medicine and psychiatry
– irrationality and human action (self-deception, confabulation, habitual knowledge)
– objective knowledge in psychiatry and medicine
Published book [in polish]: Madness and Method, UMCS 2010) – on engaged epistemology and embodied mind in relation to psychiatry (Reviewed by Prof Tadeusz Kobierzycki: <http://heksis.com/index.html, Hexis, 1-2, 2011
– Can Mental Illness be Naturalised, in: M. Miłkowski, K. Talmont-Kamiński (eds.) Beyond Description: Normativity In Naturalised Philosophy, College Publications, London, 2010
– Engaged epistemology: the limits of understanding in philosophy and psychiatry, ALWS, 2011
– Life circle, time and the self in Antoni Kępiński’s concept of information metabolism Filosofija. Sociologija/Philosophy. Sociology. Lithuanian Academy of Sciences: Lietuvos Mokslu Akademijos Leidykla, Vilnius 2007 N.1, s. 44-49
– Epistemology and human sciences, Dialogue & Universalism, (red. M. Hetmański), 2008, (7-8)s. 127-136[
– KARL JASPERs’ CONCEPT OF MENTAL ILLNESS AND CONTEMPORARY CLASSIFICATIONS, Hexis 2011, 1-2;