I am a Leverhulme early career fellow in philosophy, based in the School of Social, Political, and Global Studies. I work in the philosophy of linguistics, especially on the ways in which a correct account of contemporary linguistic methodology can inform traditional debates in the philosophy of language, mind, and science.
Previously, I have been a lecturer at Reading University and the University of California, Los Angeles, where I completed my PhD.
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Correspondence and Construction: The Representational Theory of Mind and Internally-Driven Classificatory Schemes. In Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Mind, vol. 3. Kriegel U (Ed.). (vol. 3). Oxford University Press. full text>
Theory Interpretation and Observation: The case of Generative grammar. In From Contradiction to Defectiveness to Pluralism in Science. Bueno O and Martinez-Ordaz M (Eds.). Springer. full text>