I hold a degree in philosophy from UŁ/UWr and have specialized in critical societal theories. My interests lie in depth psychology (as proposed by Jung), the study of myths (as explored by Eliade), and semiotics. I have also participated in a year-long seminar on manipulation. The works of the Italian semiotician, Umberto Eco — especially his ideas on paranoid thinking, model reader, and interpretation — have profoundly influenced my thinking. In fact, Eco’s concepts form the foundation of the Dadalo project. I aim to approach and apply these concepts in a casual and non-professional manner.
My focus extends to conspiracy theories, manipulation, propaganda, as well as topics surrounding climate change and the narratives intertwined with them. Within this realm, I am particularly intrigued by the tactics of manipulation and propaganda employed by activists, with special attention to their argumentative strategies and eristic techniques.
On a professional note, I have been working remotely in the IT industry for many years.
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