I currently work on the relation between recent developments in the philosophy of science and post-Kantian European philosophy, with a particular focus on the C20th French philosopher Gilles Deleuze.
Reading Deleuze in conjunction with contemporary philosophy of science, I argue, helps us to make sense of his (often impenetrable and esoteric) thought. There is growing interest in Deleuze among philosophers of science, and so elucidating his thought in this way allows us to bring his unique conceptual resources to bear on the debates in which such philosophers are enmeshed.
I also work on the philosophy of science and post-Kantian philosophy in their own rights.
Below is a list of (and links to) my publications. If you would like to read my work but lack access, then please do get in touch.
2022. 'Rethinking Maker: Hegel's Realism Revisited', Hegel Bulletin (First View): 1-24.
2016. 'Heidegger: The Question of Being and History, trans. Geoffrey Bennington, by Jacques Derrida', Phenomenological Reviews 2: 81.