I am currently a temporary lecturer at both ESCP Europe Paris (France) and Luiss University (Italy). My research interests focus on philosophy of social science, particularly methodological individualism, hermeneutics, fallibilism, ordinary rationality, complex systems, enactivism and Austrian School of Economics. I earned my PhD in Philosophy from EHESS and CREA-École Polytechnique (France) in 2012. Before my work at ESCP Europe and Luiss University, I held postdoctoral positions at Sorbonne-Paris 4 University (GEMASS – FMSH Fernand Braudel fellowship), Duke University – Hope Center (USA) and Luiss University (Italy).