I am a post-doctoral fellow and the director of the Global Food Ethics project at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics. I completed in 2012 my Ph.D. in Philosophy at Georgetown University, with a dissertation entitled, “The Ethics of Public Health Nudges.” Prior to moving to the U.S., I received graduate degrees in History of Philosophy and Medical Ethics from the University of Paris. My research interests in political, social, and moral philosophy focus on the following questions: (1) What does it take to lead, individually and collectively, self-determining lives, and why does self-determination matter? (2) What are the responsib…

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