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|Areas of Research||Social Epistemology and Cognitive Sociology, Social Norms, Philosophy of Sociology, Collective Intentionality, Group Mind, Philosophy of discrimination|
|Biographical Info||My main research interests are in social philosophy and social epistemology. I worked on subjective experience for several years, trying to deflate the "explanatory gap" and dissolve the "hard problem" of consciousness with a serious commitment to physicalism and naturalism. I also worked on a new model for understanding collective experiences. After having received my PhD from the Institut Jean Nicod (EHESS), I co-founded a co-operative consultancy on social innovations related to diversity issues (class, gender, race, etc.). Then I joined the team of a digital marketing agency as an online reputation consultant. There I worked at analysing online communities, conversations and trends. I now wish to explore all conceptuel and empirical issues relevant to understanding social experience, i.e. the kind of subjective experience one has in virtue of belonging to a given social group or community. I'm particularly interested in the relation of social experiences to space (even in the so-called "digital age"). These questions are arguably central to social epistemology and to the philosophy of social sciences (most notably, of history and sociology). They might also play a key part in conceiving more efficient anti-discrimination policies.|