I am an assistant professor ('Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter') in philosophy at the University of Duisburg-Essen, and a member of the Philosophical Anthropology and Ethics Research Group. I currently work on the nature, value, and normative significance of various attitudes, in particular the emotions.
I completed a PhD in philosophy at the University of Manchester, under the supervision of Peter Goldie and Michael Scott.
In 2016-2018, I was a visiting assistant professor in philosophy at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
In 2014-2016, I was a postdoctoral fellow in philosophy at the University of Montreal and the Centre for Research in Ethics in Montreal, and a member of the GRIN research group.
In 2013-2014, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences and the University of Geneva. Since 2014,
I have been an associate member of the THUMOS research group in Geneva.
"The Possibility of Fitting Love: Irreplaceability and Selectivity", Synthese, forthcoming | link
"The Real Issue with Recalcitrant Emotions: Reply to Grzankowski", Erkenntnis, forthcoming | link
“Gratitude: Generic vs. Deep”, in Roberts, R. & Telech, D. (eds.),The Moral Psychology of Gratitude, Rowman & Littlefield, forthcoming | link
“Love as a Disposition”, in Grau, C. & Smuts, A. (eds), Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Love, Oxford University Press, forthcoming | link
“Sentiments”, in Naar, H. & Teroni, F. (eds), The Ontology of Emotions, Cambridge University Press, 2018 | link
“Subject-Relative Reasons for Love”, Ratio, 30, 2, 197-214, 2017 | link
“Do Intuitions about Frankfurt-Style Cases Rest on an Internalist Prejudice?” (with Florian Cova), Philosophical Explorations, 19,3, 290-305, 2016 | link
“Real-World Love Drugs: Reply to Nyholm”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 33, 2, 197-201, 2016 | link
“Moral Beliefs for the Error Theorist?”, (with François Jaquet), Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 19, 193-207, 2016 | link
“A Dispositional Theory of Love”, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 94, 3, 342-357, 2013 | link
“Side-Effect Effect Without Side Effect: The Pervasive Impact of Moral Considerations on Judgments of Intentionality” (with Florian Cova), Philosophical Psychology, 25, 6, 837-854, 2012 | link