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