Hello, my name is Quân.

I’m a moral philosopher from Munich, currently living in Edinburgh. Right now, I'm a PhD Student at St Andrews and Stirling. If you'd like to talk, feel free to send me a message! Thank you for visiting my site, and have a lovely day.

My research is concerned with the relationship between morality and time. My supervisors are Theron Pummer and Simon Prosser.

I’m funded by the Heinrich-Böll Foundation, making sure that I’m not starving while reading philosophy. Before I started my PhD, I studied philosophy and law at LMU Munich, before continuing with the Master of Letters programme at St Andrews and Stirling. I also spent a very unsuccessful year in Mathematics.

My research interests are mainly focused on ethics and metaphysics, but I have side interests in philosophy of law, feminist philosophy, and philosophy of science.

I’m associated with the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy and Public Affairs, St Andrews. I’m also a member of the Society for Philosophy of Time.

You can contact me here and here.

In my free time, I usually try to play the guitar and the piano. I also waste a lot of time playing video games, and like to consume unhealthy amounts of tea and cheese.