My work focuses on the articulation between our subjective, first-person point of view and the objective conception of the world. I've been drawing on philosophical psychopathology, and in particular on the study of schizophrenia, depersonalization and Cotard's syndrome, to cast a new light on this old question. I suspect that the objective conception is often overrated and that when both "perspectives" are in conflict, we should sometimes favor the subjective one.

I've also been struggling on happiness, desires, the meaning of life, the paradoxes of self-reference, relativism and other too big questions.