CURRICULUM VITAE (pdf)
• Ph.D. in Philosophy, Central European University, Department of Philosophy, Budapest, Hungary, current
• M.A. in Philosophy, Central European University, Department of Philosophy, Budapest, Hungary, 2013 (with distinction)
• M.A. in Political Science and International Relations, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Science, Belgrade, Serbia, 2013
• B.A. in Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade, Serbia, 2011
My primary areas of philosophical interest are contemporary (analytical) political and moral philosophy, with a particular focus on caring relationships (marriage, parent-child relationships, and friendship) and theories of social justice. In my PhD thesis, I examine the importance of caring relationships for our lives to go well and whether, and if so how, the liberal state should regulate citizens’ caring relationships. I also have related interests in the history of political thought, moral psychology, philosophy of love and sex, various issues in applied ethics, philosophy of law, and feminism.
(2014). “Cutting the Gordian Knot of World Poverty: Thomas Pogge’s Alexandrian Solution.” Filozofija i društvo 25 (3): 290–312. (Serbian)
(2011). “Progress or Regress: Kant and the right to (r)evolution.” Sintezis III (1): 53–76. (Serbian)
(2019). “Clare Chambers, Against Marriage: An Egalitarian Defense of the Marriage-Free State.” Croatian Journal of Philosophy XVIII (55): 175–180.
(2018). “Julie Rose, Free Time.” Filozofija i društvo 29 (2): 301–304.
(2014). “Martha C. Nussbaum, Creating Capabilities: The Human Development Approach.” Filozofija i društvo 25 (1): 243–247. (Serbian)