I am currently a PhD candidate in philosophy at University College London. Before this, I did an MPhilStud in Philosophy, also at UCL, and before that I did my BA in Philosophy, Psychology and Physiology at the University of Oxford.
My research interests are mainly in metaphysics and the philosophy of action. In my PhD I focus on the relationship between causation and activity. This project draws on a range of literatures, including those on the nature of causation, the nature of activity, mental causation, free will, reduction and grounding, and abstract objects.
Other related topics of interest include feminist metaphysics, the metaphysics of persons and organisms, composition and constitution, the correspondence between Princess Elisabeth of Bohemia and Descartes, the interaction between different kinds of explanation in the cognitive sciences, and philosophy of mind more broadly.
I also enjoy discovering delicious and interesting recipes to follow, and then, inevitably, deviating from them.