Research Group
in Analytic Philosophy

Bartłomiej Czajka

LOGOS, University of Barcelona

Bartłomiej Czajka


Universitat de Barcelona
Departament de Lògica, Història i Filosofia de la Ciència
Office 4090
C/ Montalegre, 6-8, 4th floor
08001 – Barcelona


Curriculum Vitae

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I joined the PhD programme at the University of Barcelona in September 2015. I have an FPI PhD training scholarship attached to the project "Fallibility, Rational Belief, and Knowledge". Since 2018, I am also a member of the project "Objectivity-Subjectivity in Knowledge and Singular Representation."

I graduated in Philosophy (with elements of Classics) at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland (2011), and finished APhil MA in Analytic Philosophy at the University of Barcelona (2013). Before moving back to Barcelona for PhD, I worked on a two-year research project in philosophy of language and mind, funded by the Polish Ministry of Science.

Under the supervision of Sven Rosenkranz and Manuel García-Carpintero, I work on issues in epistemology and philosophy of mind. I am primarily interested in the internalism-externalism debate in epistemology. In my thesis, I explore the internalist approach to justification and non-factive approach to reasons for belief and action. I was a visiting student at the University of Edinburgh (2018, working with Maritn Smith) and King's College, London (2019, working with Clayton Littlejohn).

When I don't do philosophy, I enjoy cycling, chess, history, and literature.

Selection of Publications

  • Bartłomiej Czajka, Jędrzej Piotr Grodniewicz. 2017

    On the Cognitive Role of Singular Thoughts

    Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 8: 573.
  • Bartłomiej Czajka. 2016

    Review of Epistemic Angst by Duncan Pritchard

    Disputatio, Vol. VIII, No. 43, November 2016, pp. 296-302.

    PDF available here.