J. P. is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the Jagiellonian University. Before that, he completed his PhD (December 2020) as a member of LOGOS research group in analytic philosophy at the University of Barcelona. During his PhD, he was a visiting student at Rutgers and the University of St Andrews (Arché research group).
He work at the intersection of the philosophy of mind with other sub-disciplines of philosophy: philosophy of language, social epistemology, philosophy of psychology & psychiatry.
J. P.'s current research focuses mainly on the philosophical underpinnings of psychotherapy and AI-based psychotherapy. He collaborates with the MCLL in the scope of research on the impact of imagination on the magnitude and numerical processing.
He collaborates with the MCLL as a co-investigator of the Opus grant "Cognitive artifacts on various time scales: An integrative approach".