is University Lecturer in Philosophy of Religion at the University of Cambridge. Formerly the McDonald Postdoctoral Fellow in Theology, Ethics, and Public Life at Christ Church, Oxford, he holds a PhD and MPhil in Philosophy of Religion from St. John’s College, Cambridge, and a Double First in Literae Humaniores (Classics) from Balliol College, Oxford. Before entering academia, he worked as a lawyer in corporate finance at Freshfields and Sullivan & Cromwell. His research interests span analytic philosophy of religion, continental phenomenology, moral philosophy, and political theology.
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