Upcoming talks

  • Ukraine’s civil society between the full-scale war and the path to EU accession, October 17, 2022, Social Dynamics in the post -Covid age. Inequalities, integration, migration in regional, urban and rural context, Conference at the Centre for Social Sciences, October 16-17, 2022, Budapest, Hungary (Panel 4: Social and methodological challenges to research on civil society and social movements)

  • The Impact of Russian Re-invasion in Ukraine on the Europeanization of Ukraine’s Constitutional Culture and Political Identity, October 7, 2022, 14th CEE Forum “Legal Culture and Identity in Central and Eastern Europe”, October 6-7, 2022, Budapest, Hungary (Panel 9, 14:50-16:10)

Refereed conference talks

Poster presentations

Selected seminar and invited talks

  • Badanie społeczeństwa obywatelskiego z wykorzystaniem analizy danych w Pythonie (Measuring civil society using Python data analysis), May 22, 2021, 18:00, PyData Trójmiasto (online)

  • Privacy, surveillance and their relation to fake news, April 14, 2021, Media, Policy and Culture Research Group Seminar, University of Antwerp

  • What will it take for machines to understand counterfactual conditionals?, February 10, 2021, Work in Progress Seminar, Centre de Philosophie des Sciences et Sociétés (CEFISES), Université catholique de Louvain

  • Modeling inductive inference on linguistic content using dictionaries and vectors, January 14, 2021, 3rd UNESCO World Logic Day, a workshop organized by the Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest (program)

  • How robots use language and what it means for applying social robotics to language learning, November 20, 2020, Social Robotics Lab seminar, AGH University of Science and Technology (online)

  • Philosophy of science and political science: methodological aspects of political theories, Political Science Seminar, May 19, 2020, Institute of Political Science and International Relations, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

  • Introduction to Complex Predicate Calculus for Databases, December 19, 2019, joint talk with Olga Poller, Seminar of the Section of Logical Rhetoric, Jagiellonian University, Kraków

  • On the conflicts of values and inefficiencies in the cooperation between the academia and the national security institutions. Case study of cyber security, December 5, 2019, an interpellation for 18th Ethical Forum of the University Foundation Academics as soldiers? Is defence-related research a scandal or a duty?, University Foundation, Brussels

  • Can intended models of mathematical theories change over time?, a joint talk with Colin Rittberg Vrije Universiteit Brussel, October 16, 2019, Work in Progress Seminar, Centre de Philosophie des Sciences et Sociétés (CEFISES), Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve

  • Nothing to hide. On the political aspects of the right to privacy, March 20, 2019, Political Science Seminar, Institute of Political Science and International Relations of the Jagiellonian University (INPiSM UJ)

  • Axiomatizability of 3-element algebraic matrices, December 12, 2018, Logic and Analysis Seminar, Gent University

  • When is a logic applied successfully? On validity and genuine validity of logical inferences, December 12, 2018, Work in Progress Seminar, Centre de Philosophie des Sciences et Sociétés (CEFISES), Université catholique de Louvain

  • Modes of thinking and the logic of conditionals. Rethinking the Oswald sentence, May 24, 2018, Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP) Work In Progress Seminar, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

  • Modality and counterfactuality, September 14, 2017, CLAW-CEFISES Workshop, KULeuven

  • A new way of thinking about conditionals, December 14, 2017, Work In Progress Seminar, Universität Salzburg