|2010-present||Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Oxford|
|2013||DPhil in Philosophy, Corpus Christi College, Oxford|
|2008||BPhil in Philosophy, Magdalen College, Oxford|
|2006||BA in Literae Humaniores, Magdalen College, Oxford|
|Priority in Being in Aristotle’ (Philosophy Compass, 2018)|
|Form vs. matter‘ (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2016)|
|Me, me, me! Barney the Egoist’ (How I Met Your Mother and Philosophy, 2014)|
I am interested in all areas of ancient philosophy, but I am currently working on Aristotelian metaphysics and physics.
Most of my teaching is in ancient philosophy, particularly Plato and Aristotle. I have given the undergraduate lectures on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics. I also enjoy teaching a number of modern philosophy papers, especially those that focus on the more theoretical areas of philosophy, such as metaphysics and the philosophy of language.