Work in the philosophy of mind and language:

Drożdżowicz, A. (2023). Linguistic modalities and the sources of linguistic utterances. Synthese, 201(5), 160. (Special issue on the philosophy of words).

Drożdżowicz, A. (2022). Making it precise – imprecision and underdetermination in linguistic communication. Synthese. (Special Issue on underdetermination).

Drożdżowicz, A. (2021). Experiences of understanding as epistemic feelings. Mind & Language.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2020). What do we experience when listening to a familiar language? – Croatioan Journal of Philosophy. (paper invited for special issue on the philosophy of language and linguistics)

Drożdżowicz, A. (2020). Bringing back the voice – on the auditory objects of speech perception. Synthese. 1-27.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2019). Do we hear meanings? – between perception and cognition. Inquiry. 1-33.

Editing: Special issue of Inquiry: ‘Linguistic Understanding: Perception and Inference’ with Kim Pedersen Phillips (in preparation).

Work in the philosophy of linguistics and methodology:


Schindler, S., Drożdżowicz, A., and K. Brøcker (eds.) (2020). Linguistic Intuitions: Evidence and Method. Oxford University Press.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2020). Intuitions about meaning, experience and reliability, in: Schindler, S., A. Drożdżowicz, and K. Brøcker (eds.) Linguistic Intuitions: Evidence and Method. Oxford University Press.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2018). Philosophical expertise beyond intuitions. Philosophical Psychology 31 (2):253-277.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2018). Speakers’ intuitive judgements about meaning – the voice of performance view. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 9 (1):177-195.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2016). Descriptive ineffability reconsidered. Lingua. Vol: 177, pp. 1-16. doi:10.1016/j.lingua.2015.12.011.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2016). Speakers’ intuitions about meaning provide empirical evidence – towards experimental pragmatics. Studies in Philosophy of Language and Linguistics, Vol. 3: Evidence, Experiment and Argument in Linguistics and Philosophy of Language, pp. 65-90. Peter Lang.

Work in the philosophy of psychiatry:

Drożdżowicz, A. (2023). Self-illness ambiguity and anorexia nervosa. Philosophical Explorations, 26(1), 127-145. (Special issue on self-illness ambiguity and narrative identity).

Drożdżowicz, A. (2021). Epistemic injustice in psychiatric practice: epistemic duties and the phenomenological approach. Journal of Medical Ethics.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2020). Increasing the role of phenomenology in psychiatric diagnosis – the clinical staging approach. The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2020). The difficult case of complicated grief and the role of phenomenology in psychiatry. Phenomenology and Mind.

Work in psychology:

Kałamała, P. & Drożdżowicz, A.; Szewczyk, J., Marzecova, A., Wodniecka, Z. (2018). Task engagement/strategy may contribute to performance differences between monolinguals and bilinguals: an ERP evidence from the flanker task. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 46, 78-92.


Drożdżowicz, A. (2020). From saying to seeing. Review of Berit Brogaard: Seeing and Saying: The language of perception and the Representational View of Experience. Metascience.

Drożdżowicz, A. (2019). Careful with knowledge ascriptions! Review of: Mikkel Gerken, On Folk Epistemology. Metascience.

Drożdżowicz, A., Saint-Germier, P., Schindler, S. (2018). Must philosophy be constrained? Review of: Edouard Machery, Philosophy within its proper bounds. Metascience 

Work under review or in preparation:

A paper on illusions and linguistic communication

A paper on implicit bias and speaker perception

A paper on linguistic communication in mental healthcare settings

A paper on L1 and LX users