Currently, I serve as Visiting Faculty at the Department of Philosophy at Central European University, Budapest, where I am responsible for teaching a core MA course on Ethics. Concurrently, I serve as a Global Teaching Fellow at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, leading undergraduate seminars on 'Introduction to Ethics', 'John Rawls: A Theory of Justice', and 'John Stuart Mill: On Liberty'.
I graduated in October 2018 from the PhD program in Philosophy at Central European University. In my dissertation [viva passed without corrections], 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.
My main philosophical interests lie in the fields of normative and applied ethics as well as political philosophy. Current research interests include the notion of duties to oneself and the nature of third-party blame.