I am currently Lecturer in Philosophy and ARC Future Fellow at La Trobe University, Melbourne, where I am affiliated to the departments of Politics & Philosophy and Computer Science & IT. I am also Visiting Senior Research fellow in Hannes Leitgeb’s group at the Centre for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP) at the University of Munich.

Immediately prior to arriving at La Trobe, I held a Senior Research Fellowship  at the MCMP. Before this, I was Research Fellow at the University of Leuven, Adam Smith Visiting Professor in Philosophy and Economics at the University of Bayreuth and Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Glasgow. I also spent some time at the LSE as a Visiting Fellow.

I was raised and educated in Toulouse, France, before moving to the UK in 1995 to take a degree in linguistics at King’s College Cambridge, followed by a masters in philosophy of cognitive science at the University of Sussex and a PhD in Philosophy at King’s College London.

My philosophical ancestry: C.H. Weisse > H. Lotze > J. Ward > G. E. Moore > C. Lewy > I. Hacking > D. Papineau > me.

In 2009, I co-founded, with Jonah Schupbach, the Choice & Inference blog. After a lull in activity, the blog has recently been relaunched by Jonah. Check it out!