My agenda is deeply rooted in a naturalistic understanding of philosophy. The overarching goal of my research is to approach questions in the philosophy of language and cognition and related areas with exact theoretical (formal semantics, Bayesianism, computational modelling) and advanced empirical methods (EEG and fMRI). I view these areas of philosophy in continuity with the cognitive sciences where, in philosophy, emphasis is put on theoretical rigor as well as meta- and cross-disciplinary aspects.

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