Updates

Mimicry, power, and the invasion of alien physiognomies, Conference on Meaning and Reality in Social Context, Taipei, January 2019

Mimicry, power, and the invasion of alien physiognomies, Ashoka University Faculty Seminar, September 2018

The moral signifance of introspection, Philsoc, Australian National University, July 2018

On research leave for AY 2017-2018.

Campus visitor, RSSS School of Philosophy, Australian National University, July 2018

The moral signifance of introspection, Ashoka University Philosophy Colloquium, March 2018

Mimicry, power, and the invasion of alien physiognomies, Conference on Embodied Consciousness, Presidency University, Kolkata, January 2018

About Me

I'm currently an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Ashoka University and a Research Associate at Harvard University.

My research interests trace a progression of questions about the nature of bodily sensations and bodily spatiality to the nature of introspection of them. From introspection, my interests generalise to the nature of attention. Finally, I'm interested in how practices of attention to bodily and mental states can school a subject's affect in a morally salutary direction.

You can find my published work here.