January 2017 – Current: PhD student at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade.
October 2014 – January 2016; MA Philosophy, Institute for Philosophy, KU Leuven. MA thesis: “Husserl’s Notion of the Noema: The Phenomenological Theory of Sense”.
October 2009 – July 2014; BA Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. BA thesis: “Husserl’s Phenomenology as a Rigorous Science”.
Field of Research
Phenomenology, Philosophy of Science, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Education.
I am interested in the interdisciplinary approaches to the study of human mind, consciousness and human individual and collective action and engagement that combines insights from cognitive science with phenomenological analysis from the first person perspective. Another field of research that I am currently engaged in is scientific metodology: prospects, challenges and problems of applying and combining subjective and objective methods in science.
Cvejić I., Nikolić O., „Konstituisanje zajedničke perspektive: angažovani akti i logika poziva“, Kritika: časopis za filozofiju i teoriju društva 1(1), 2020, 7-28. (DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3826509)
Nikolić O., „Utjelovljena svijest i naturalizirana fenomenologija“, Filozofska istraživanja, 37(3), 2017, 545–557. (DOI: 10.21464/fi37309)
Cvejić I., Nikolić O., “Social Justice and the Formal Principle of Freedom”, Philosophy and Society, 28(2), 2017, 270-284. (DOI: 10.2298/FID1702270N)
Nikolić O., “Angažman i problem univerzalnosti: prefigurativna politika”, in Zaharijević, A. and Vasiljević, J. (eds.), Angažman: uvod u studije angažovanosti, Beograd, Novi Sad: Akademska knjiga, IFDT, 2017, 55-67. (ISBN 978-86-6263-158-9)
Nikolić O., “Husserl’s Theory of Noematic Sense”, Philosophy and Society, 27(4), 2016, 845–868. (DOI: 10.2298/FID1604845N)
Project cycle of Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development: Politics of Social Memory and National Identity: Regional and European Context at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade.
Member of the Group for Social Engagement Studies at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade.