I am a research fellow at the Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker Center for Foundational Research of the University of Tübingen. Previously, I was a researcher at the Institute for Philosophy of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade and I was an associate member of the Laboratory for Experimental Psychology at the same faculty. I hold a PhD Degree in Philosophy from the University of Belgrade. I obtained a Master of Science in Logic Degree from the ILLC, University of Amsterdam.
My research focus is on Philosophy of Science, Science Policy, Logic, and Animal Ethics. More specifically, I work on data-driven approaches to optimizations of scientific reasoning.
News: Regular Column on Science Policy in The Reasoner.
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Previous: Lecture broadcast – Importance of Philosophy and Logic in Education, Serbian National Radio.
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