I am a philosopher at Deree – The American College of Greece.
My work focuses on the mind, its products and disorders, and the nature of their dependence on the social environment. I am mainly interested in what mental disorders can tell us about the nature of the mind, and in emergence and explanation, but my research also extends to epistemology, metaphilosophy and ethics. I try as well to write for a wider audience whenever I can – both because I enjoy it and because I believe it is important.
I am also co-director of the Demographics in Philosophy Project which aims to address the underepresentation of women in philosophy and to increase diversity in philosophy departments.
Music and chocolate are very important to me, I have a passion for Mongolian history and I used to be in search of the perfect burger, but all that is a different story.