Thank you for your interest! I am a philosopher at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP). My main research interests are in epistemology, philosophy of mathematics and science, metaphysics, and philosophy of language. I also work on a number of topics in metaethics, philosophy of religion, and aesthetics. You can find my work here and on Academia and PhilPeople.
In my current research project, which is funded by a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship, I investigate how mathematics shapes the way in which philosophers conceptualise reality. For more information on the project, please click here.
Here are links to some of my recent outreach activites:
- ‘Does Math Reveal Reality?’ – a panel discussion with Brian Greene, Sheldon Goldstein, David Albert and Max Tegmark at the World Science Festival
- ‘Mathematik’ – an interview with Michel Friedman on mathematics
- ‘Lost in Language’ – a panel discussion with Saul Kripke, Hilary Lawson, and Paul Boghossian
- ‘The Mathematics of Thought’ – a public lecture at the How The Light Gets In Festival
- ‘Are You An Illusion?’ – a panel discussion with Julian Baggini, Joanna Kavenna, and Jan Westerhoff.
For information about my upcoming conference on Mathematics and Analogical Reasoning (17. & 18. June 2022, LMU Munich), please click here.