A Bit About Me
I am a Research Assistant Professor at Lingnan University and a fellow at the Hong Kong Catastrophic Risk Centre. I am also a Research Associate at the Institute of Ethics in Technology at TUHH. I completed a DPhil in Philosophy at the University of Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. My research interests include population ethics, the problem of wild animal suffering, ethics of new technologies and the role of moral intuitions in ethics.
Prior to the DPhil I was awarded a BPhil in Philosophy at Oxford, and a BA in Philosophy at University College Dublin.