Vladimir Lasica studied philosophy and sociology at the University of Sarajevo. Having studied at the history department of the same university, Lasica had the opportunity to examine the history of Ancient Greece, Rome, and the Middle Ages in depth. In the same year, he learned Latin and was entitled to receive the language certificate of the faculty. He completed his Master’s degree in Philosophy at Sarajevo University in 2010 with his “Aristotle's Influence on Averroes” thesis. He continued his doctoral study, which he started at Marmara University Social Sciences Institute between 2014-2019, at the Social Sciences Institute of Cordoba University in 2019 and successfully defended his thesis titled "Averroes's Critique of Avicenna's Approach to Metaphysics". Dr. Lasica is carrying out his second doctoral study on "Medieval Roots of Descartes' Metaphysics" at the Department of Philosophy at Sofia University. He still continues his academic studies in the fields of philosophy and metaphysics. The researcher, who has translated two books from English to Bosnian, teaches Philosophy, History (IB) and Global Politics (IB) at the Sarajevo Maarif Schools.