is a researcher at the Department, where he teaches courses on logic (both classical and non-classical), cognitive science, cognitive linguistics, philosophy of Peter Singer and Daniel Dennett and others.
Interests: (1) Mainly in a more complete, deeper and balanced knowledge, including knowledge of a certain relationships and connections between various areas of research. (2) Spiritual traditions of the world (relationship between philosophy and spirituality).
Regarding the problem of limits of rationality, he has written on the possibility to grasp the phenomenon of free will rationally (Problem of rational comprehensibility of freedom, 2010). In the field of logic he published textbook Propositional Calculus, 2015. Next, Should epistemology be naturalized?, 2012. Participated on a translation of four studies of P. Gärdenfors, Geometrization of thought, 2015.