About

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 (POSTPONED DUE TO COVID to June 2022, LMU Munich), please click here.