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Dr. Lukasz Duleba

Assistant Professor UAM

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Research Areas

  • Political Theory
  • Political Philosophy
  • Public Policy
  • History of Political Thought
  • Multiculturalism

Curriculum Vitae

Lukasz Duleba is an Assistant Professor at Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan (AMU) where he holds a PhD from the Department of Political Science and Journalism. His main research interests include the historical development of political thought (especially liberalism) as well as contemporary political theory. Since November 2022, Lukasz Duleba is associate member of the ENS.

His research focuses on methodological dispute in political theory (ideal vs. non-ideal theory, political realism, moralism). In particular, he is interested in the historical formation of modern ideas of political values and its consequences in political reality and the wider understandings of politics to which they contribute. In his monograph “Evolution of Social Liberalism”, he explores the transformation of political thought presenting republican and social argumentation as a crucial in developing liberal ideology. He is also interested in the democratic theory and diversity, issues which picture relationship between descriptive and normative social arrangements. Currently his research explores meaning of “political” in relation to digitalisation.

His research has been funded by the National Science Centre and National Programme for the Development of Humanities.