I have been a PhD student with the Lund Gothenburg Responsibility Project (LGRP) at Lund University since September 2019. My work in the project focuses on the relationship between compatibilism, forgiveness, and punishment.
Some of my other research interests in philosophy include Existentialism, the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the philosophy of well-being and the good life.
I obtained my research master's degree in philosophy with cum laude from the University of Amsterdam in 2019. My master's thesis "Motivational Tranquility: A Theory of Well-Being" — supervised by professor Beate Roessler — centers around the question of what makes a moment of experience good for a person's life.