I'm an Assistant Professor of Philosophy (tenure-track) at
I'm part of the ERC
research group. I'm currently working on conspiracy theories, how doubts can be weaponized, and social applications of the ethics of belief.
I'm also a research affiliate within the DFG
Thinking about Suspension
network. I'm exploring the relationship between suspension of judgment and our personal and ethical commitments.
My research is primarily in epistemology. I also have interests in philosophy of mind and ethics, especially their intersection.
Some recent pieces include
Closed-minded Belief and Indoctrination
American Philosophical Quarterly,
The Special Value of Experience
Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Mind
I'm writing a book,
The Philosophy of Indoctrination: Epistemology, Ethics, & Politics
(Routledge), and co-editing a volume
Responsibility for Extreme Beliefs
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