My research interests are rather broad and diverse. As a postdoc with the SNF Sinergia Research Project “Grounding: Metaphysics, Science and Logic”, my work focuses on the idea of cross-temporal grounding – a type of grounding whereby truths about the past (or the future) are metaphysically explained by appeal to propositions that were (or will be) true, but may or may not be presently true. In my doctoral dissertation, I defended what I call a “subjectivist view of the mental”, a view according to which one’s own mental states are essentially different from everyone else’s mental states, although the fact that they are is a subjective fact rather than an objective one. Aside from metaphysics and the philosophy of mind, I also have a special interest in the philosophy of G.W. Leibniz.