Dr. Marcin Fabjański
Dr. Marcin Fabjański is a Neurophilosophy expert and has spent over 19 years in research, lecturing, coaching and counselling.
As an academic lecturer and researcher, author of five books, documentary film director and award-winning journalist, he has lived and worked in three continents with a wealth of experiences working with schools and corporate organisations.
As the Neurophilosophy expert with 5hue, Dr. Fabjański focuses on helping organizations and individuals to understand the philosophical aspects of mental processes (such as consciousness and meaning, decision making and agency, the nature of the self) and to develop techniques to help one to be a more positive and effective individual so as to achieve higher success.
Dr. Marcin Fabjański's Research Interests include:
• Neurophilosophy, neuroethics
• Meditation and brain science
• Applied ethics
• Comparative philosophy East – West
• Practical philosophy and philosophical counseling
• Philosophy of mind
In journalism and media:
• Ethics in journalism
• Practical aspects of reportage and feature story writing
• Storytelling in film documentaries
In mental training and counseling:
• Insight Meditation and other meditation techniques
• Stoic mental techniques
• Mental training in sports and other areas
• Modern counseling methods
Dr. Marcin Fabjański is a graduate of University of York, UK and the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. He received Ph.D. in Philosophy (1998), on the basis of dissertation Criticism of the Metaphysical Constituent of Mind in Buddhism and in Schopenhauer’s Thought.
As an avid author and film maker, Dr.Fabjański has the following books and films authored mostly in Poland and have received numerous awards and prizes:
• Fabjański, Marcin 2011 Bóg gra z 10. 11 opowiadań piłkarskich [God plays with number 10. 11 soccer short stories]. Gruner Und Jahre Publishing House (Warsaw) – collection of short stories on soccer and philosophy
• Fabjański, Marcin 2011 Ogryzek Aureliusza [Aurelius’ Scrap] – a novel for young readers. Telbit Publishing House (Warsaw) - fictional story of a 13 year old student, who faces moral choice, which will determine his whole life
• Fabjański, Marcin 2010 Stoicyzm uliczny [Street Stoicism] – a first Polish practical philosophy handbook. Czarna Owca Publishing House (Warsaw). Accompanied by CD with stoic mental techniques to be used while driving a car
• Fabjański, Marcin 2010 Euroopowieść [Eurostory] – writer and director of 25 minutes’ animation documentary about history of the Euro currency
• Fabjański, Marcin. 2005 – WTC – 1500 dni później [WTC: 1500 Days Later] – writer and director of a 45 minutes’ documentary film for the Polish Public TV, story of people who nearly lost their lives on 09/11 in terrorists attacks in New York. Consequences of the experience for their moral life. Premiered in the Polish Public TV, Channel 1, on September 11, 2005
• Fabjański, Marcin. 2005. Europowieści [Eurostories] – a book for children about 24 countries of the European Union. Jacek Santorski & Co Publishing House (Warsaw). The book was chosen to be read in installments by Polish Public Radio BIS. Fragments published in school books in Poland
• Fabjański, Marcin. 2003. Wędrówki filozoficzne [Travels in Philosophy] – a book for children combining fiction and facts from the history of philosophy. Wilga Publishing House (Warsaw). This book is used as a core of an innovative program of teaching philosophy to children. Unique in the scale of the country, the program was implemented first in the preschool No. 220, Warsaw, Poland and in several primary and secondary schools
• Stanley H. Block & Carolyn Bryant Block 2011 Powrót do zmysłów [Come to Your Senses] – a book that introduces the Mind-Body Bridging therapeutic technique, published in by Czarna Owca Publishing House (Warsaw). Translated from English to Polish
For enquiries on engagement of Dr. Marcin Fabjański, please contact Edwin Sim @ email@example.com, +65 9066 0900
Dr. Marcin has given a TEDx talk in Warsaw, ‘Do Not Fall in Love with a Sparrow Flying By’, which takes its inspiration from a passage in Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations.