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News for the New Semester

In the last few months I have completed my habilitation and received a grant from the Faculty of Philology development fund for the project 'Fallacies Reconceived', a cooperation with Jean Wagemans (University of Amsterdam) and Henrike Jansen (University of Leiden).

Evaluating the Language of Argument - now available in all good bookshops!

My long-awaited monograph in Springer's Argumentation Library series has been unleashed upon the public. The book covers many topics from linguistics, philosophy of language, and argumentation theory, in order to construct a basis for a tool for the evaluation of arguments, the CAPNA (Comprehensive Assessment Procedure for Natural Argumentation).

Article in Philosophy & Literature

My article entitled The Platform Fallacy: A Dickensian Contribution to Informal Logic has just been published.

Special Issue of Studia Semiotyczne

A special issue featuring papers from PhiLang and PhilArg 2019, edited by Piotr Stalmaszczyk and me, has been published. The issue contains a contribution of mine: Slippery Slopes Revisited.

Publication in Argumentation

My paper Corpus Linguistics Methods in the Study of (Meta)Argumentation has been published in the journal Argumentation, and is now available online.

Position with ArgDiaP

I have been elected as Deputy Chair of ArgDiaP, the Polish argumentation association, for the term 2020-2022. More information about the organisation's activities can be found here.

Informal Argument Semantics

A brief overview of my tool for the evaluation of natural language argumentation is now available here.

Office Hours

In the new semester, Spring 2022, I shall be available on Wednesdays, 11.00 - 11.45, in my office, 4.20; and online on Thursdays, 16.15 - 17.00. It's always a good idea to let me know in advance if you have specific requests. Please feel free to write to me with any questions.


About me

Since October 2014, I have been an assistant professor in the Department of English and General Linguistics in the Institute of English studies at the University of Łódź. My research work is in the field of Argumentation Theory. I am Deputy Chair of the Polish argumentation society ArgDiaP, and a member of the European APPLY project on public argumentation.

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