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Part of Jagiellonian University in Kraków

J. P. Grodniewicz


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".

Co-investigator in Projects:

Selected publications:

Grodniewicz, J. P. & Hohol, M. (2024). Therapeutic chatbots as cognitive-affective artifacts. Topoi,
Grodniewicz, J. P., Hohol, M. (2023). Therapeutic conversational artificial intelligence and the acquisition of self-understanding. The American Journal of Bioethics. 23(5), 59–61.
Grodniewicz, J. P., Hohol, M. (2023). Waiting for a digital therapist: Three challenges on the path to psychotherapy delivered by artificial intelligence. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 14, 1190084.
MCLL is funded by the Excellence Initiative – Jagiellonian University within the Priority Research Area Society of the Future
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