He is philosopher and sociologist, teaches analytical metaphysics at Jagiellonian University in Krakow. Currently, he works on relational trinitarian ontology. Besides this, he explores the Polish Catholic intellectual tradition and Russian religious philosophy. In 2016 he published a much-discussed book, Liturgia dziejów [The Liturgy of History] on the influences of Polish romantic messianism on the literary, philosophical and theological works of Karol Wojtyła – John Paul II. His book was discussed in a special issue of Theological Research (2019, vol. 7). In his Awangardowy konserwatyzm [Avant-Garde Conservatism] he argued, among other things, for joining religious inspirations with contemporary art. This book was nominated for two important Polish literary awards: Joseph Mackiewicz and Identitas. He also wrote a book on current Russian political ideologies, published both in Polish, and in Czech. He is a co-editor of the book series Ex Oriente Lux, published by Wipf and Stock in the US.