I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Committee On Social Thought at the University of Chicago. My specializations are 19th-20th Century Continental Philosophy and Greek Philosophy. I hold additional expertise in the history of political philosophy and contemporary French philosophy.

My dissertation, entitled "The Possibility and Limits of Philosophy in New Marburg Platonism. Appropriations of Plato by Leo Strauss, Hans-Georg Gadamer and Gerhard Krüger", examines how these philosophers articulated a non-doctrinal Platonism in order to overcome the crisis of philosophy that emerged in Germany at the beginning of the 20th century.

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