I am a stipendiary lecturer at St John's College, Oxford, a visiting research fellow at King's College London researcher at King's College London (FRQSC funded) and an Associate Research Fellow for the Roots of Responsibility research group. From February 2021, I will be an assistant professor at the Philosophy Institute of the University of Neuchâtel.
My areas of specialisation are the philosophy of action and normative ethics. I work more specifically on moral responsibility, deliberation, free will, and knowledge of moral facts. My areas of competence include metaethics and epistemology.
In 2019, I completed a doctorate of philosophy at the University of Oxford, under the supervision of John Hyman and Alison Hills, thanks to 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 ask whether this scepticism is self-defeating; whether it is compatible with morality; and whether it is in tension with practical deliberation.