Priest, philosopher and poet. Since 1991 he teaches at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. He was a director of the John Paul II Institute of this university and Editor-in-Chief of a scholarly quarterly Ethos. He was the Head of the Chair of Ethics. He published 10 books and over 250 articles on philosophical issues. In his writings he focuses on the grounding principles of ethics, the history of ethics, the problems of the newest applied ethics, ethical questions as reflected in poetry and drama, and interreligious dialogue. He published books on Mahatma Gandhi, Karol Wojtyła and Tadeusz Styczeń, John Paul II, Józef Życiński, Antonio Rosmini, Augusto Del Noce. He authored among others: The Ethics of Struggle for Liberation: Towards a Personalistic Interpretation of the Personalistic Interpretation of the Principle of Non-Violence (1992), Encounters on the Agora (2001), Philosophy and totalitarianism. Augusto Del Noce’s interpretation of modernity (2005), John Paul II’s Poland (2011), A fragile Legacy. John Paul II anew (2018), Person and morality. Personalism in Ethics of Karol Wojtyła and Tadeusz Styczeń (2021). He has published 13 volumes of poetry.