I am Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Lebanese American University.
My current research argues that disagreement is not always the result of misunderstanding or ignorance; that sometimes the basis of disagreements is the subjective structure of experience itself.
I am writing a book that explains how disagreement about the same thing is possible, and why the tension between a common ground and incompatible positions about it requires us to acknowledge the existence of other people and a world that must be shared with them.
I received my PhD from the University of Sussex in 2016. My thesis, “Husserl and Derrida — The Origins of History,” was written under the supervision of Dr. Tanja Staehler and examined by Professor Leonard Lawlor and Dr. Paul Davies.
I have taught philosophy at the University of Sussex and University College London, and I am a regular speaker at Stand-Up Philosophy.