On 24 June 2019, I completed a DPhil in philosophy at the University of Oxford. I was supervised by John Hyman and Alison Hills, and received the generous support of the Rhodes Scholarship and of the SSHRC. My dissertation discusses whether doubting free will and moral responsibility is thinkable. More precisely, I am interested in whether it is self-defeating to doubt free will and responsibility; whether it is possible to doubt free will and yet engage in the moral life; and whether it is possible to deliberate rationally if we believe that we do not have real alternatives.
In 2019–2020, I will be a Stipendiary lecturer at St John's College (University of Oxford) and a FRQSC researcher at King's College London under the supervision of Maria Alvarez.
My areas of specialisation are the philosophy of action (free will, intention, deliberation, etc.) and theoretical ethics (especially moral responsibility). My areas of competence include metaethics and epistemology. I am also interested in Ancient Philosophy.
I completed an M.A. in philosophy on Frankfurt's counterexamples to the Principle of Alternate Possibilities at Université de Montréal in 2014 under the supervision of Daniel Laurier.