A full copy of my CV can be downloaded here. 


2022-2025. Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Department of Philosophy, University of Oxford.

2018-2022. LSE Fellow in Government, London School of Economics and Political Science


2014-2019. DPhil in Philosophy, University of Oxford

Title: Kant on Citizenship

Supervisors: Ralf Bader, Ralph Walker

Examiners: Jens Timmermann, Thomas Sinclair 

2015-2016. Visiting student, Goethe University (Frankfurt am Main)

2012-2014. BPhil in Philosophy, University of Oxford

2006-2011. BA (hons), Philosophy, University of Toronto


Forthcoming. Authority and Acquisition: Kant on property in the state of nature, in Property Law and Theory ed. C. Bevan. Edward Elgar Publishing. Expected publication date: 2023. 

Online first. Kant on civil self-sufficiency. Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/agph-2020-0030

2021. ‘Whence honeste vive?’, European Journal of Philosophy 29(2), 323-338. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/ejop.12572

2020. Kant on Welfare: 5 unsuccessful defences, Kantian Review 25 (1): 1-25. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S136941541900044X

2014. A Kantian Defense of the Right to Health Care, in Kantian Theory and Human Rights, eds. Andreas Føllesdal and Reidar Maliks. New York: Routledge. 70-88.

Public engagement: 

2021. 'No grades, no degree classes, just pass/fail' for LSE Higher Education Blog. 

2021. 'A modest proposal: the case for a pass/fail first year at the LSE' for LSE Contemporary Issues in Teaching and Learning Blog. 

2021. 'Options for teaching the western canon: no more Plato to NATO style courses' for LSE Contemporary Issues in Teaching and Learning Blog. 

2015. Should Vegetarians Consider Eating Insects? in Alternative Diets. Cambridge: Independence Educational Publishers, 32-33.

2015. Child Euthanasia Should Be Allowed, in Opposing Viewpoints: Euthanasia, Gale: Cengage Learning. 35-40.

2013-2015. Multiple posts for the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics blog 'Ethics in the News'. 

Recent Presentations:


Commentary on George Pavlakos' The Kantian legal relation as radical non-positivism

Law and Morality in Kant, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen


Unilateral choice and the necessity of the state

Multilateral Kant Colloquium, University of Lisbon

Kant's innate right and bodily rights

ECPR General Conference


Unilateral choice, property acquisition, and independence

Political theory research seminar, London School of Economics and Political Science

Kant on provisional rights and the state: three theses

Beyond the State and the Citizen, University of Economics, Prague


Kant on civil self-sufficiency 

(i) Humanity and personality in Kant, University of Lisbon, and

(ii) New readings of Kant's political philosophy, University of Buenos Aires [invited]

Awards and distinctions

2021-2022. LSE Eden Centre for Education Fellow. 

2021. LSE Excellence in Education Award. 

2019. Visiting researcher, University of Buenos Aires​.

2018. Thomas Bowman Fund, Merton College, Oxford. 

2018. Doctoral Completion Bursary, Merton College, Oxford. 

2017. Philosophy faculty graduate lecturing scheme participant, University of Oxford.

2016. 2nd annual PhD Kant workshop participant, University of Halle. 

2010-11. Socrates project participant, University of Toronto.

2010. C.L. Burton Scholarship, University College, University of Toronto.

2010. Winner, student abstract writing competition, Canadian Bioethics Society.

2009-10. Honours seminar participant, Philosophy department, University of Toronto.