I’m a philosopher with a background in the social sciences and research interests in foundational questions about the ‘social mind’
I am currently a Research Fellow in Philosophy and the Manager of The Human Mind Project in the School of Advanced Study of the University of London
I’m involved in the organisation of a research workshop on first-person plural narration with literary scholar Raphael Lyne, who’s also the curator of the blog What Literature Knows About Your Brain. Check it out.
The chapter on the first-person plural perspective for the volume on the Social Mind is now with Routledge.
Will be in Lausanne in early May to talk about we-mode related stuff, and in Copenhagen in June for a workshop on “We & You“.
Perspectives on Social Ontology and Social Cognition was released in July 2014 (Amazon.UK and Amazon.com). Paul Roth reviews it in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.