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Research Visits

  • University of California, Irvine (April 15-August 15, 2018)

  • University of Cologne, Germany (April-August 2019)

  • A philosophical analysis of  nepotism (Conference on Humanists in Conversation on Conspiracy, University of Rochester, United States, April 15, 2022). 

  • Epistemology of thought experiments (Workshop on Between formal and informal methods in Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw, Poland, 20-21 September, 2021)

  • The epistemology of philosophy and social cognition (University of Sheffield, 14-16th July, 2021)

  • The epistemology of philosophy (Cogito, University of Glasgow, 3rd of June, 2021)

  • Chess and the core questions in inquiry-based epistemology (Encap, Cardiff University, 28th April, 2021)

  • Social cognition and the epistemology of thought experiments

        (University of Maribor, Slovenia, November 18, 2020)

  • The mischaracterisation Reply and the Problem of evidence for the evidence (Utrecht University, Netherland, 24-28 August, 2020; via MS Teams)

  • Baz's Language scepticism and the method of case(Cardiff University, UK, April 29, 2020 via Collaborate Ultra)

  • Why Radical Restrictionism Fails: A Reply to Machery (University of Brighton, UK, February 7, 2020)​​​​​​

  • The Method of Cases  Without Intuition (at Cologne Epistemology Group, University of Cologne, Germany, April 15, 2019)

  • How to be Naturalistic about Thought Experiment Intuitions (Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, KU Leuven, Belgium, October 19, 2018)

  • A Fresh Look at the Expertise Reply to the Variation Problem (Paris-Leuven Epistemology Workshop, Sorbonne University, Paris, October 11, 2018)

  • Virtuous Thought Experiments and the Arbitrariness Challenge (UK Experimental Philosophy International Conference, University College, London, June 17th, 2018)

  • Cologne Summer School (2nd to 6th of August, 2021): "Experts, Authority and the Limits of Epistemic Autonomy"



Summer School 


  • Seminar on Contemporary Anglo-American Philosophy (B-KUL-W0EB2a): KU Leuven, Spring 2019.

  • Seminar on Debates in the History of Philosophy (SE4108):  Cardiff University, Spring Semester 2021

  • Seminar on Four Great Works in Philosophy (SE4104):  Cardiff University, Autumn Semester, 2021

  • Seminar on Four Great Works in Philosophy (SE4104): Cardiff University, Spring Semester, 2022.

Academic Services

Reviewer  for South African Journal of Philosophy

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