About me

I am currently a teaching assistant and Manchester University.

My primary field of research incorporates both social and political philosophy. My PhD concerning the nature of collective action, that is, what it means for us to be collective agents.

I defend an approach to collective action that seeks to bring together Margaret Gilbert's non-summative account of collective action with an account of the normative force of collective intentions derived from Michael Bratman's planning theory of agency.

I am interested in wider questions in the newly emerging field of philosophy of society, including the nature of social rules and the individu…

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