PhD student at the École Normale Supérieure and at the Institut Jean Nicod, financed by PSL Research University.
Advisor: Uriah Kriegel.
Research subject: Introspection and self-knowledge.
My research project lies between philosophy of mind and epistemology. It explores the nature and the epistemic significance of introspection.
I defend the idea that two kinds of introspective state should be distinguished, one conceptual and propositional (which I call fact-introspection), the other nonconceptual and non-propositional (which I call thing-introspection). I believe this distinction helps think more clearly about both the nature and the epistemic features of introspection. I argue that thing-introspection is the most fundamental kind of introspective state and that it plays a key role in self-knowledge.
‘Fact-introspection, Thing-introspection, and Inner Awareness’, Review of Philosophy and Psychology 8: 143-164 (2017). (With Uriah Kriegel).
‘Conscious Unity from the Top Down: A Brentanian Approach’, The Monist 100: 16-37 (2017).
CURRICULUM VITAE: click here.