I am a Senior Lecturer (roughly equivalent to US Associate Professor) in Philosophy at the University of Sheffield, UK, where I also co-direct the Hang Seng Centre for Cognitive Studies.

I work at the intersection between philosophy of mind and cognitive science. The main focus of my research concerns the nature of affective states (i.e., what emotions, moods, pains etc. are) and how we are able to attribute these states to other people (e.g., how we recognize that someone is afraid).

Fortunately, however, I am unfocused enough to have many more philosophical interests. For example, I have been writing on moral judgment, tense and time, a…

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