About me

I’m a PhD student at the St.Andrews/Stirling Philosophy Graduate Programme (SASP), where I also studied for the MLitt Philosophy. Before that, I graduated from University College London  (UCL) in BA Philosophy. You can find my CV here.

My PhD is funded by the Templeton project ‘Knowledge Beyond Natural Science’. My thesis focuses on what epistemic norms, if any, governing our belief-formation. I wish to defend a pluralist account of epistemic norms with respect to various kinds of beliefs including a priori, a posteriori beliefs and beliefs about ourselves. I am also interested in a variety of areas in philosophy, including self-deception, Kant, philosophy of time and philosophy of language.

In my spare time I enjoy films, music and photography. Despite being a Kantian, I was inspired by Peter Singer’s effective altruism. I believe that it is our moral duty to live modestly while giving the best we can (and give well)  to make the world a better place.