Directeur de recherche au CNRS / Professeur attaché Département de Philosophie de l'ENS


Areas of Research: Epistemology | Philosophical Logic | Philosophy of Language | Formal Semantics | Philosophy of Mind

I am a researcher at CNRS, based at Institut Jean-Nicod in Paris and an associate professor in the Philosophy Department at ENS.

In 2016 I was a researcher in residence at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study as a visiting Fellow.

My work is at the intersection between epistemology, logic and language. My latest research is mostly on the semantics, epistemology and psychology of vagueness. I am also particularly interested in questions, conditionals and metacognition. From 2014 to 2017, with Benjamin Spector I am codirecting the ANR program "Trivalence and Natural Language Meaning". From 2008 to 2011 I conducted an ANR funded project on the topic "Cognitive Origins of Vagueness", which I have continued as part of F. Récanati's program CPR. I am currently the Editor-in-Chief of the Review of Philosophy and Psychology (RPP), a peer -reviewed journal edited quarterly at Institut Jean-Nicod and published by Springer. I am also a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Philosophical Logic and of Disputatio.


Forthcoming event:

Past events:
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                                                      Vagueness and Language Use (cover picture)                                                                                                          RoPP (cover image)                                                             MITWPL60 (volume cover)