I am an associate professor of philosophy at Hiroshima University. My main research area is philosophy of mind, broadly construed (including philosophy of psychology, philosophy of psychiatry, and early modern philosophy of mind).
I obtained my MA (2008) and PhD (2014) at University of Tokyo. I was also a visiting student at Yale (2008-2010) and MIT (2011-2012), and a research fellow at Birmingham (2013-2014).
I welcome early-career researchers who wish to apply for a JSPS Fellowship. Contact me for details.
I am an organizer of Setouchi Philosophy Forum.
Papers & Chapters
Being one of us. Group identification, joint actions, and collective intentionality [draft]
Commentaries and Book Reviews
Book Review: Art and Belief (OUP, 2017)