Ph.D. in Philosophy

I am very pleased to announce that the University of Geneva has awarded me the title of Doctor of Philosophy for my dissertation entitled « The Asymmetric Nature of Time ».

Even if writing a thesis is, in many respects, a solitary adventure, it could not be pursued without the support of many professors, colleagues and friends. I would like to take advantage of this post to thank all those who have accompanied me during these four wonderful years.

Ph. D. Defense

I am pleased to announce that my Ph. D. defense will take place on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 9:00 am at the University of Geneva.

Given the circumstances, it is unfortunately not possible to attend « in person ». However, you have the possibility to follow my defense in videoconference via the zoom application.

If you are interested, please write me an email and I will send you the zoom link.

Nouvelle Publication – La métaphysique du temps

L’ouvrage collectif La métaphysique du temps : perspectives contemporaines vient de paraître aux éditions du Collège de France, sous la direction du Prof. Claudine Tiercelin et d’Alexandre Declos.

Pour ma part, j’ai rédigé le chapitre « Les particuliers nus à la rescousse de la théorie du bloc en croissance ».

L’ouvrage est disponible en accès libre à cette adresse :
https://books.openedition.org/cdf/10534.

eidos – Fall Season 2021

The new eidos’ program is out.

eidos Fall calendar

Feb 25 David Kovac (Tel Aviv)

Mar 4 Alex Skiles (Rutgers) & Kelly Trogdon (Virginia Tech)
Mar 11 Tobias Wilsch (Tübingen)
Mar 18 Gonzalo Rodriguez-Pereyra (Oxford)
Mar 25 Alberto Corti (Urbino & Geneva)

Apr 1 No session Easter Holiday
Apr 8 No session Easter Holiday
Apr 15 Paolo Natali (Geneva)
Apr 22 Chris Wuthrich (Geneva) & Vincent Lam (Bern)
Apr 29 Alison Fernandez (Dublin)

May 6 Amanda Bryant (Lisbon)
May 13 Jonas Werner (Bern)
May 20 Riccardo Baratella (Bolzano)
May 27 Katrin Koslicki (Neuchâtel)

Prix JCJC 2020

My paper « How is the Asymmetry between the Open Future and the Fixed Past to be characterized? » (Synthese, 2019) has been ranked among the top-5 articles submitted in the « Prix JCJC 2020 » competition, organized by La Société de Philosophie des Sciences.

More info is available here