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Kamila Kwapińska is a PhD candidate in Political and Social Thought associated with the Centre for Critical Thought, an Assistant Lecturer at the School of Philosophy, and a Research Assistant at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent. Teaching Political Theory, Philosophy, and introductory courses to International Relations and methods in Political Science.
Her main research employs process philosophy and theories of self-organisation (such as organicism, cybernetics, and neoliberalism) to robustly conceptualise the relationship between changing technologies and political economy.
Kamila’s current research interests include Political Theory, Politics and Philosophy of AI and Technology, Philosophy of Nature, Process Philosophy, Organicism, and Public Policy.
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