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I work primarily on issues in philosophy of language, as well as in related areas in philosophy of mind, social ontology and cognitive science.
I am a member of a ConceptLab at the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas. My research project fits within a broader issue of how is that conceptual engineering can affect the reality of social objects, by investigating the relation between the ontology of social kinds and social kind concepts. In my research project I focus on social kind concepts such as pejorative, racial and gender concepts. I tie social kind concepts to a theoretical framework of conceptual engineering, and tackle the issues of defectiveness and ameliorative strategies for a particular theoretical case.
I received a double BA and a double MA degrees in Philosophy and Croatian Language and Literature from the University of Rijeka (Croatia). I completed my second MA in Philosophy at the Central European University (Budapest). I have spent considerable time conducting research as a visiting fellow at several universities; including the University of St. Andrews, Charles University in Prague, University of Graz, University of Vienna. In addition to my studies, I worked numerous years as an editorial assistant for the European Journal of Analytic Philosophy.