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 a strong interest in the philosophy of perception, metaphysics and Early Modern philosophy. 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.