Lecturer in Philosophy, New York University in Paris
Associate researcher, Institut Jean Nicod, Paris
SIFA midterm conference on individuals and collectives, University of Genova, Italy, “Vicarious Agency: (Very) minimal sociality”, December 1st, 2017.
Conference on Intentions, distal and proximal, Between Perception and Action research group, Antwerp University, Belgium, “A biased-consciousness psychological mechanism for the role of (negative) intentions in willpower”, December 10, 2014.
7th Congress of the Spanish Society for Analytic Philosophy (SEFA), Madrid, Spain, “The influence of regulative intentions on deliberation”, September 11, 2013.
2nd IFL Graduate Conference, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, “The influence of regulative intentions on deliberation”, June 17th, 2013.
Collective Intentionality VIII, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, “Collective actions, with and without shared intentions”, August 31, 2012.
Congrès de la Société de Philosophie Analytique, Ecole Normale Supérieure/Université Paris I, Paris, France, “Collective actions, with and without shared intentions”, May 6, 2012.
14th Oxford Graduate Conference in Philosophy, Oxford University, Oxford, UK, “Intentional omissions without causation”, November 20, 2010.
4th Arché/CSMN Graduate Conference in Philosophy, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, “Intentional omissions without causation”, November 6, 2010.
I have refereed papers for Theoria (the Wiley one), the Journal of Social Ontology and the French Encyclopédie philosophique.
Academic Advisor, New York University in Paris
Editor, Philosophy of Action, Encyclopédie philosophique.
Organizer, NYU Philosophy graduate student workshop.
Co-organizer, 9th NYU-Columbia graduate conference in philosophy.
Dissertation committee: Ned Block (chair), Michael Strevens, David Velleman. Defense committee: Ned Block, David Chalmers, James Pryor, Michael Strevens, David Velleman.
ENS degree in philosophy, with a minor in law.
Thesis: “Les actions négatives” (“Negative actions”)
Supervisor: Jocelyn Benoist. Defense committee: Jocelyn Benoist, Joëlle Proust.
Thesis: “Le relation entre l'agent et son action dans la philosophie de Donald Davidson” (“The relation between the agent and her action in the work of Donald Davidson”)
Supervisor: Jocelyn Benoist.
B/L track, humanities and social sciences, rank: 2nd.
Humanities and social sciences preparatory class, undergraduate level.
NYU/Mellon Dissertation fellowship.
NYU Henry M. MacCracken doctoral fellowship.
Visiting student scholarship, New York University.
Elève de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure de la rue d’Ulm, 4-year scholarship.