I am currently a PhD student at the University of Geneva, where I work in the metaphysics of time, under the supervision of Prof. Fabrice Correia. I am also a member of eidos (the Genevan Centre for Metaphysics) and GEM (Groupe d’Études en Métaphysique du Collège de France).

I am mostly interested in the metaphysics of time and the philosophy of science. In my PhD thesis, entitled “The Asymmetric Nature of Time”, I aim (i) to provide an accurate characterization of the asymmetry between the “fixed past” and the “open future”, (ii) to determine which model of the temporal structure of the world is most appropriate to accommodate the asymmetry…

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