Formally taking I am a physicist, philosopher and computer scientist (Novell CNE, computer networks). I had graduated physics with honours, and also wrote and defended my doctoral thesis in philosophy. Initially, I dealt with experimental physics (Nuclear Quadruple Resonance), and also classical epistemology. For a time, I taught philosophy at the Faculty of Physics of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland, as well as at the Faculty of Architecture of Poznan University of Technology. Until 2013 I worked at the Department of Physics of UAM as a senior lecturer, where among other I taught the theory of knowledge and history of physics. I have published, among others, the books: Mind in Cognitive Relations with Nature, Human Cognitive Faculties and World of Physics, About the Nature of Modern Physics. Why We Can Understand Nature? (position currently unavailable). I dealt also with translations from English onto Polish. Among others I have translated the following books: Peter K. McInerney, Introduction to Philosophy, William Dunham, Mathematical Universe, A.R. Lacey, Dictionary of philosophy, Ted Honderich (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, Oxford, 2 volumes; parts concerning philosophy of physics.