- Graduate Student
Before coming to Pitt in 2018, I studied philosophy and logic at the University of Vienna and Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne. I have broad interests in theoretical philosophy, but also the history of philosophy. I am always happy to talk about the normativity of logic, the analytic-synthetic distinction, feminism, early analytic philosophy (in particular Carnap and Wittgenstein), meta-metaphysics and reasons. I also want to understand how philosophy became the discipline it is today, and I attempt to read thinkers from all periods and pay attention to “minor” figures.