Welcome to my site!
I'm an Adjunct Professor at the University of Warsaw, Department of Philosophy. Previously, I had various postdoctoral and research grants in Paris, Barcelona, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Vienna, Bratislava and I was a member of SAV, HiTT, GLiF and LOGOS.
I'm currently also a member of ALEF.
You can find my CV here and on my ORCID, Google Scholar, PhilPeople or Scopus
My research focuses on the semantics of "perspectival" expressions - predicates of taste, aesthetic adjectives, moral terms etc. I'm involved in the contemporary debate between contextualism and relativism about these expressions. I'm also interested in the semantics of knowledge ascriptions, epistemic modals and tense. Theories of speaker meaning and methodological issues such as the status of certain arguments (e.g., "the argument from binding", "the argument from disagreement" etc.) in current semantic debates are among my interests too. Recently, I became interested in the semantics of slurs and gender terms, hate speech, propaganda.
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On Wyatt’s Absolutist Account of Faultless Disagreement in Matters of Personal Taste, Theoria 87 (5), 1322-41 (with M. Hîncu).
Introduction: "Value in Language", Organon F 28 (3), 498-504.
A Rich-Lexicon Theory of Slurs and Their Uses, Inquiry ("Semantic Variability", special issue edited by A. Dinges, E. Stei and J. Zakkou).
Invariantist, Contextualist, and Relativist Accounts of Gender Terms, EurAmerica 50 (4), 739-81 (“Social Meaning and Reality”, special issue edited by H.-Y. Chen and S. Haslanger).
See my complete list of publications here.
On November 5, the ALEF Seminar hosted a talk by Carlotta Pavese, "Epistemic Luck, Knowledge-How and Intentional Action", whose recording can be found here.
The first meeting of the ALEF Seminar this year academic took place on October 11, with Gillian Russell as our invited speaker. The recording of the talk can be found here, on our YouTube channel.
"Value in Language", a special issue I guest-edited for Organon F, is now online - and open access!
Between September 30 and October 3 I participated in the Analytic Philosophy Meets Legal Theory conference at the University of Krakow, where I presented my work on ameliorative accounts of gender terms.
The ALEF research group has a new website! Also, check here the schedule of the ALEF Seminar for the winter semester 2021-2022.
On September 24, I gave a talk at the SIFA 2021 entitled "Three Rich-Lexicon Theories of Slurs: A Comparison".
Jeremy Wyatt's paper "The nature of disagreement: matters of taste and environs" is the first to be published from the "New Work on Disagreement" Topical Collection that Mihai Hîncu and I are guest-editing for Synthese.
On June 18, 2021 we had the pleasure of hosting Sònia Roca-Royes's talk "Next Steps in the Epistemology of Modality" at the ALEF seminar. See the abstract here.
June 15, 2021 was the deadline for submissions to "New Work on Disagreement", a Topical Collection that Mihai Hîncu and I are guest-editing for Synthese. Many thanks for your submissions!
Eliot Michaelson and Ethan Nowak gave a talk ("Metasemantics, Into the Pluriverse") at the Department of Analytic Philosophy, University of Warsaw's regular seminar on June 8. Abstract here.
Between May 14-16, 2021, I was at PhiLang 2021, the second conference where I gave a talk this year!
On April 26, 2021, I gave a talk at the Monday Research Seminar, University of Bucharest: "Slurs and the Lexicon: Meaning Variation as Polysemy Resolution".
My paper "A Rich-Lexicon Theory of Slurs and Their Uses" has been published online first in Inquiry. Check it out here.
Value in Language, a workshop I organized with Matteo Pascucci and Mirco Sambrotta as part of the Slovak-Austrian Philosophy of Language Network , took place on March 29-30 and was hosted (online) by the Slovak Academy of Sciences.
On March 22, 2021, together with Joanna Odrowąż-Sypniewska, I organized a meeting with François Recanati, as part of the regular seminar of the Department of Analytic Philosophy, University of Warsaw. The format of the meeting was pre-read, with Tadeusz Ciecierski, Fiora Salis and Indrek Reiland providing comments on François' paper "Entertaining as Simulation".
The activities of the Slovak-Austrian Philosophy of Language Network have resumed in March, 2021. 9 individual talks and a workshop are planned by the end of the semester. Check the schedule here.
On February 16-17, 2021, Topics in Analytic Philosophy 4 - a workshop that I organized together with Adrian Briciu, Milan Jovanović and Miljana Milojević, and which continues a collaboration between analytic philosophers from Serbia in Romania - took place.
Mihai Hîncu and I are guest-editing a Topical Collection of Synthese, entitled "New Work on Disagreement". The deadline for submissions is on June 15, 2021. See the call for papers here.
My paper "Invariantist, Contextualist, and Relativiat Accounts of Gender Terms" has been published in a special issue of EurAmerica.
On December 16, 2020 I gave a talk at the Linguistics and Philosophy of Language Group seminar, Buenos Aires, entitled "Slurs and the Lexicon: Meaning Change as Polysemy Resolution". See a list of my past talks here.
The group ALEF (Cluj-Napoca, Romania) is starting a new series of talks in analytic philosophy (broadly conceived), in both English and Romanian. Check this Facebook page for details!
The book symposium on Jason Stanley's How Propaganda Works, which I guest-edited for Disputatio, is online now.
On October 1 2020 I started a new project, Semantic Relativism about Perspectival Expressions: A Reassessment and Defense, funded by the OPUS 17 programme of the Polish National Science Center. It lasts 3 years (2020-2023) and it will be hosted by the University of Warsaw. Check this page for events.
On September 25, 2020 I gave a talk at the Second ALEF Workshop in Analytic Philosophy (Babeș-Bolyai University, 25-26.09.2020), entitled "Implicaturist-Expressivist Accounts of Disagreement" (joint work with José R. Torices).