I work primarily in moral philosophy on issues relating to the idea that apart from duties to others we also have non-derivative duties to ourselves. I pursue this agenda, broadly construed, within two related projects: What We Owe to Ourselves (which is based on my dissertation) and Moral Responsibility and Third-Party Blame.
Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science at the University of Gothenburg, attached to Lund Gothenburg Responsibility Project. Before that, I taught undergraduate courses at the Institute of Philosophy at Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest). I also served as Visiting Faculty at the Department of Philosophy at Central European University, where I taught a core MA course on Ethics.
I graduated in October 2018 from the PhD program in Philosophy at Central European University. In my dissertation, I reject the view that ethical considerations are restricted to exclusively other-regarding decisions and argue for duties to oneself on grounds which can appeal both to scholars sympathetic to Kant's moral theory and to those skeptical of the Kantian framework.