I am a DPhil (PhD) candidate in philosophy at the University of Oxford, and a non-stipendiary fellow at the Institute of Philosophy. I previously obtained my undergraduate degree from the Sorbonne University (jointly with the École Normale Supérieure), and my Master’s degree from the Institut Jean Nicod. I am also a research member and coordinator of ALIUS, an interdisciplinary research group on global states of consciousness I have co-founded in 2016. See my CV for more details.
My philosophical interests lie mainly within the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of cognitive science; I also have an interest in the philosophy of perception, the philosophy of artificial intelligence, metaphysics and applied ethics. My doctoral research investigates the notion of self-consciousness. In my thesis, I defend a pluralist account of self-consciousness, according to which there are several ways in which one can be conscious of oneself as oneself.
CALL FOR PAPERS. I am currently co-editing with Thomas Metzinger the first special issue of Philosophy and the Mind Sciences, a new open access journal without publication fees dedicated to research at the interface of philosophy of mind, psychology and neuroscience. The call for papers and editorial board of the journal can be found here.