About

I am a permanent lecturer (assistant professor) of philosophy at UCL. I recently finished my graduate studies at Oxford. I have been a lecturer at Exeter College and Worcester College (Oxford), a visiting assistant professor at Columbia (Barnard), and a visiting scholar at NYU.

My current research focusses on modality and causation, in ancient and contemporary debates. I look at ancient and contemporary metaphysics, logic, semantics, and philosophy of mind. I am also interested in social philosophy, philosophy of economics, and bits of medieval metaphysics.

Why modality and causation? I wish to grasp certain notions of freedom and justice. To do that, I came to believe, I need to connect modality and causation first. The Ancients have fascinating things to say here.

My writing has appeared in Fortune, the Times Higher EducationOpenDemocracyThe Tempest, Daily Nous, and Ristretti Orizzonti.