Research Output per year
In my PhD-research I investigate the effects of so-called "post-truth" politics on epistemic agency. Using insights from the ethics of manipulation and the ethics of propaganda, I look into how certain political rhetoric may change the way we gain and transfer knowledge. More generally, I am interested in topics where practical and theoretical philosophy intersect. I specialize in social epistemology, moral psychology and political philosophy.
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Philosophy, Master’s Degree, Utrecht University
Award Date: 31 Aug 2018
Philosophy, Bachelor’s Degree, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Award Date: 31 Aug 2013
- Political Philosophy / Political Ethics
- Ethics of Manipulation
- Epistemic Autonomy
- Moral Psychology