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.
My work is at the
intersection between epistemology,
and language. My
latest research is mostly on the semantics, epistemology and psychology
vagueness in langage and in perception. Some of my other work concerns
the semantics of questions, the semantics of conditionals, nonclassical
logics and various topics in epistemology, including higher-order
knowledge and metacognition.
From 2014 to 2018, with Benjamin Spector I have co-directed the ANR program "Trivalence and Natural Language Meaning". Between 2008 and 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. In 2016 I was a researcher in residence at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study as a visiting Fellow.
-Recently appeared on vagueness:
Qu'est-ce que le Vague ? Chemins Philosophiques, Vrin, décembre 2018.