I am currently working on a number of projects concerning the rationality of romantic love, emotions, sentiments, syndromes, and implicit biases as well as emotions and social justice. I am also interested in neo-sentimentalism as a framework for thinking about values.
Forthcoming (2023). “When is Jealousy Appropriate?”. Dialectica.
2022. “Ronnie de Sousa, French Philosopher?” In A Tribute to Ronald de Sousa, edited by Julien A. Deonna, Christine Tappolet, and Fabrice Teroni. https://www.unige.ch/cisa/related-sites/ronald-de-sousa/.
2022. “Vices of Friendship” with Berit Brogaard. In A. Pismenny & B. Brogaard (Eds.), The Moral Psychology of Love. (pp. 231–253). Rowman and Littlefield
2022. “The Moral Psychology of Love, or How to Think about Love” with Berit Brogaard. In A. Pismenny & B. Brogaard (Eds.), The Moral Psychology of Love. (pp. 1–10). Rowman and Littlefield
2022. “Boredom and Its Values”: Commentary on Propelled: How Boredom, Frustration, and Anticipation Lead Us to the Good Life by Andreas Elpidorou, Journal of Philosophy of Emotion 3(2): 27–34. https://doi.org/10.33497/2021.winter.4
2021. “The Amorality of Romantic Love”. In R. Fedock, M. Kühler, and R. Rosenhagen (Eds.), Love, Justice, and Autonomy: Philosophical Perspectives (pp. 23-42). Routledge
2018. “The erotic as a value”. (Published in French as “L’Érotisme”. In English here.) with Ronald de Sousa. In J. Deonna, & E. Tieffenbach (Eds.), A Small Treatise on Values (Petit Traité des Valeurs) (pp. 132-139). Paris: Editions d’Ithaque
2017. “Is love an emotion?” with Jesse Prinz. In C. Grau & A. Smuts (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook Of Philosophy Of Love. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press
2022. The Moral Psychology of Love, co-edited with Berit Brogaard as part of the Moral Psychology of Emotions series by Mark Alfano, Rowman & Littlefield
2020. Review of The Routledge Handbook of Love in Philosophy. Martin, A. M. (2019). Routledge. Metapsychology Online Reviews 24(20).
The Syndrome of Romantic Love (2018) New York: City University of New York, The Graduate Center. Advisor: Jesse Prinz