My main area of philosophical interest is epistemology. I'm especially interested in epistemic luck, modal epistemology, and the nature of epistemic justification.
I am further interested in moral philosophy (meta-ethics and applied ethics, including medical ethics) and political philosophy (in particular, the philosophy of J.S. Mill).
I taught philosophy as a Post-Graduate Teaching Assistant at UCL from 2014-2019.
Academic and teaching qualifications:
MPhil, University of St Andrews (thesis: "Reflective Luck and Meta-Epistemological Scepticism").
MPhil, University College London (thesis: "Internal Justification and Anti-Luck Epistemology: a compatibilist proposal").
Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.
Neil, Charles. "Safety, domination, and differential support". Synthese.
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