I work on free will, folk-psychology and the neuroscience of decision-making & action control
Areas of interest:
Epistemology, Philosophy of Action, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language, Neuroscience, Experimental Philosophy.
I am working on:
My work focus concerns free will and probabilities. Specifically, I am engaged in how the philosophical ‘problem of luck’ affect our understanding of free will in light of probabilistic models of decision-making.
I have worked on:
I have previously worked on the problem of causal deviance. More recently I have worked on interpretations of scientific models, specifically with a focus on whether we have sufficient reason to interpret probabilistic models in terms of ontological indeterminism. I have also conducted an experimental study to investigate which philosophical concept of free will best fit the common-sense notion of lay-people.
Epistemic Virtues and Underdetermination: When Should We Be Indeterminists? (under review)
Free Will Properly Understood: Folk Conceptions are Incompatibilist, but not Hard Incompatibilist (under review)
Dualists and Physicalists only Superficially Disagree About Free Will (under review)
Recursive Decisions, Indeterminism, and Luck (in preparation)
Grading Freedom: Free Will and Recursive Decision-making