CV

Curriculum Vitae

Present Position

PhD Candidate, University of Cambridge (Queens’ College).

Supervisors: Professor Tim Crane, Dr. Craig French

Previous Education

2012-2014   B.Phil. (Distinction), University of Oxford (University College).

Thesis: In Defence of Animalism. Supervisor: Dr. Ralf Bader.

2009-2012   B.A. (First Class Honours), University College London.

Thesis: Agency, Frankfurt Cases, and the Compatibility of Free Will and Moral Responsibility with Determinism. Supervisor: Dr. Ian Phillips.

Awards and Scholarships

2014    AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP): AHRC – Walker Studentship (Queens’ College), University of Cambridge, Full Funding.

2012    T.H. Green Scholarship for Ethics (c. £40,000). Full funding departmental scholarship; awarded by the Philosophy Faculty, University of Oxford.

2012    Dean’s List Certificate. For excellence in undergraduate results; University College London.

2012    Richard Murphy Memorial Prize (£150). For best final year examination results in philosophy; awarded by the Philosophy Department, University College London.

2012    Rosa Morisson Memorial Medal (and £100 prize). For best degree results across the Arts and Humanities Faculty; awarded by the Arts and Humanities Faculty, University College London.

2011    UCL Faculty Undergraduate Scholarship for Excellence (£3000). Scholarship for excellence in academic performance, awarded by the Arts and Humanities Faculty, University College London.

2011    A J Ayer Prize (£100). For best second year examination results in philosophy; awarded by the Philosophy Department, University College London.

2010    Dawes Hicks Prize (£30). For excellence in first year examination results in philosophy, awarded by the Philosophy Department, University College London.

Talks

2016   New Directions in the Study of the Mind Discussion Group, Templeton Project,
University of Cambridge. Title: An Argument Against Epistemic Disjunctivism.

2016   BPPA Masterclass on Naive Realism and Its Challenges, Warwick University,
Title: Against Epistemic Disjunctivism. 

2016   Metaphysical Mayhem, Rutgers University, Title: Consciousness and Conditional
Grounding.

2016    Graduate Seminar, University of Cambridge. Title: “Austinian” Disjunctivism.

2015    New Directions in the Study of the Mind Discussion Group, Templeton Project,
University of Cambridge. Title: Grounding Phenomenal Character.

2015   Serious Metaphysics Group, University of Cambridge. Title:  On The Thinking Parts
Problem and Personal Identity.

2015    Ontology of the Human Person: What We Are and What Difference Does it Make?  University of St. Louis Graduate Philosophy Conference. Title: Animalism and the Thinking Parts Problem.

2015    Graduate Seminar, University of Cambridge. Title: Berkeley’s Argument for Naive  Realism.

2015    Serious Metaphysics Group, University of Cambridge. Title: Dion’s Foot and Aristotle’s Hand: A New Solution to the Paradox of Decrease. 

2014    Perspectives on the First Person Pronoun “I”: Looking at Metaphysics, Linguistics and Neuroscience. Conference at Durham University, Kenworthy Hall, St Mary’s College. Title: Wittgenstein on ‘I’ and Cartesian Error.

2013    Ockham Society, University of Oxford. Title: The Remnant Person Argument: Animalism’s Undoing?

2013    Martlets Society, University College, University of Oxford. Title: Animalism.

2012    King’s College Undergraduate Philosophy Society, King’s College London. Title: Agency, Frankfurt Cases, and the Compatibility of Determinism with Free Will and Moral Responsibility.

 2012    British Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, University of Leeds. Title: Agency, Frankfurt Cases, and the Compatibility of Determinism with Free Will and Moral Responsibility.

Publications

Review of Stephan Blatti and Paul Snowdon (eds.) Animalism: New Essays on Persons, Animals and Identity, Oxford University Press, in Philosophy in Review, 37 (3) pp. 94—96 (2017).
Download: https://philpapers.org/rec/MORSBA-4

Agency, Frankfurt Cases, and the Compatibility of Determinism with Free Will and Moral Responsibility. The Journal of the British Undergraduate Philosophy Society Issue 5 (1) Spring 2012.

In Defence of Animalism, B.Phil Thesis, University of Oxford, 2014.

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