I’m a philosopher with a background in the social sciences and research interests in foundational questions about the ‘social mind’
I am currently the Project Manager of The Human Mind Project at the School of Advanced Study in the University of London
Busy managing the transition of The Human Mind Project into the next phase: new website, new staff, upcoming event on Collective Intelligence in partnership with Nesta. Also, gave a few interviews on occasion of Social Change in the Brain Age. Here’s one (in Italian).
I’m lecturing on non-reductionist approaches to social cognition in an Autumn School on the Baltic sea (Oct 12). There’s a CfP for PhDs and postdocs: here‘s the flyer.
Writing up my commentary on Brian Epstein’s The Ant Trap and a few other things.
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.