Room 2.16 (OTM 145)
Department of Philosophy
University of Amsterdam
Oude Turfmarkt 141-147
1012 GC Amsterdam
I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute for Logic, Language, and Computation (ILLC), where I work on the ERC-project The Logic of Conceivability, supervised by Franz Berto, Arianna Betti, and Peter Hawke. Within the project, I focus on the link between conceivability and modality, in particular, the relation between imagination and (metaphysical) possibility. The Logic of Conceivability project runs a bi-weekly seminar with talks on relevant literature or works in progress. You can find the programme here.
Previously, I completed the MSc Logic at the ILLC and I also worked as a Network Institute Academy Assistant for the 'Modelling Perspectives in Philosophy' research project with Arianna Betti and Piek Vossen. In this project we tried to extract perspectives from philosophical texts, using computational techniques from Natural Language Processing, with Quine's Word and Object as a case study.
Before this, I studied philosophy of language and philosophy of mind during the MSc Mind, Language, and Embodied Cognition at the University of Edinburgh.
I've been invited to give a talk at the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science at the KU in Leuven this November.
I will be giving a talk on the epistemological value of pretense at the OZSW 2019 Conference in November.