Author: Leon Ciechanowski
Bio Note: Education in progress: Ph.D., Psychology, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland, 2012-2016 Thesis: "Sense of agency and sense of ownership: a research employing neurophenomenological methodology" (in English) Ph.D., Philosophy, Warsaw University, Poland, 2012-2016 Thesis: "Neurophenomenology as a theory of action: is it a successful attempt of applying philosophical models/theories in neuropsychology?" (in English) Education: M.A., Philosophy, Warsaw University, Poland, 2012 Thesis: "Neurophenomenological aspects of sense of agency" (written in English) B.A., Philosophy, Warsaw University, Poland, 2010 Thesis: "Phenomenological reduction" (written in English) I am a PhD student whose research interests include interrelations between (neuro)phenomenology, cognitive science and philosophy of mind and action. I have received a “Diamond Grant” from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland for the realisation of research project: "Sense of agency and decision-taking. The converge point of cognitive science and phenomenology". Grant nr 0084/DIA/2012/41, 2012. Since 2012 I am a book reviewer and a peer-reviewer for the Philosophical Psychology Journal.
Affiliation: University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
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Ciechanowski L. (2017) Has the philosopher’s stone of the interaction between first- and third-person data finally been found? Constructivist Foundations 12(2): 203–205. http://constructivist.info/12/2/203