My name is Krzysztof Sękowski and I am a teaching and research assistant at University of Warsaw. My research interests include metaphilosophy, epistemology, philosophy of language and philosophy of mind. In particular I’m interested in the role of intuitions in the philosophical methodology, conceptual engineering, epistemology of modality and the relation between philosophical methodology and methodology of science. What connects all of the above is a big question about the impact of the cultural background to the results of philosophical and scientific activity. My works on these topics has been published among others in Synthese, Review of Philosophy and Psychology and Episteme.
In June 2023 I defended my Ph.D. thesis on methodological naturalism in theory of reference at University of Warsaw (my supervisors were Joanna Odrowąż-Sypniewska and Katarzyna Kuś). Before that, I got MA in philosophy, and BA in cognitive science from Univeristy of Warsaw. I have spent some time conducting research as a visiting fellow or visiting student at several universities.
Between February and June 2024 I'll be a visiting fellow at Dartmouth College, USA, thanks to the Kosciuszko Foundation Exchange Program.
I’m a member of Laboratory of Experimental Philosophy "Kognilab" at University of Warsaw, and a member of the board of Centre for Philosophical Research.
You can reach me at: email@example.com