Welcome! I'm a Research Fellow in Philosophy at Trinity Hall, Cambridge University (aka a "JRF" or "Junior Research Fellow"). From 2012-2013, I was a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Centre for Philosophical Psychology at the University of Antwerp. Before that, between 2007-2012, I did my graduate studies (MPhil.Stud and PhD) in the Philosophy Department at UCL (and for a year I was a visiting research student at UCL's Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience). I was supervised at various stages by Professors Mark Eli Kalderon, Mike Martin, Christopher Peacocke and Paul Snowdon.
My main areas of research and teaching are the philosophy of mind & psychology, epistemology, and the history of early modern philosophy. These link up in my work as I want to understand core aspects of our mental lives such as perceiving and knowing, and I want to consider these matters with an eye on the rich insights to be found in the philosophies of the early modern period.
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