Département de philosophie
Place du Vingt-Août 7
B- 4000 Liège (Belgique)
I am Professor of contemporary philosophy at the University of Liège. My main area of interest is the interface between phenomenological philosophy and analytic philosophy of mind, with a historical focus on early phenomenology and the school of Franz Brentano.
My first job was as an F.R.S.-FNRS Research Fellow (2003-2007). I obtained my PhD in 2007 at the University of Liège. After two years as F.R.S.-FNRS Postdoctoral Researcher (2007-2009) and as visiting researcher at the Husserl Archives in Paris (2009), I got a position as Associate Professor, and then Professor (2017), at the ULiège Philosophy Department. I am a member of the research center in phenomenology at the University of Liège (Creph) and the "Brentano Research Team" (BReT).
A full CV is here.
The list of my teaching activities is here.
Last book chapters
Some interesting readings on the current research situation:
- Jacques Bouveresse, "Why I am so very Unfrench".
- Olivier Morin, "La difficile liberté des chercheurs en philosophie", Philotropes, 27 févr. 2007.
- Édouard Simca, compte rendu de Q. Meillassoux, Après la finitude.
- Susan Haack, "The Real Question: Can Philosophy Be Saved?" Free Inquiry, 37, 6 (2017), p. 40-43.