My philosophical work focuses on the philosophy of perception, the philosophy of technology, and the phenomenological movement.

After seven years in a tenure-track position in philosophy at the Lebanese American University, I left as an associate professor to pursue a second PhD focusing on virtual reality, a technology I am fascinated with given my philosophical background. I am now a PhD in Information candidate at the University of Arizona, continuing my philosophy research, and learning to design virtual reality experiences and extract data from users.

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