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Robin Bianchi

Doctoral assistant, chair of Practical Philosophy

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Robin Timothée Bianchi

Doctoral assistant, Chair of Practical Philosophy, Institute of philosophy

Espace Tilo-Frey 1
2000 Neuchâtel


Email : robin.bianchi@unine.ch

Office : 2.E.44.

ResearchGate Profil

 
PhD dissertation
  • Constitutivism about actions: the structure and kinds of agency. Supervisor: Prof. Simon-Pierre Chevarie-Cossette. The goal of the project is to develop and explore constitutivism as an alternative to the Standard Story of action.
Previously held position
  • Sept 2021-Feb 2022: Teaching assistant (Université de Genève)
Education
  • 2022: MA in Philosophy (Université de Genève)
    • Master’s thesis: "Warm-glow effects and Warm-glow explanations: Does the Warm glow from giving provide an answer to the question of why people give?". Advisors: Emma Tieffenbach & Florian Cova; https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:158924
  • ​2020: BA in Philosophy and General History (Université de Genève)
    • Bachelor’s thesis in Philosophy: "Moral responsibility and the Self: An inquiry into compatibilist agency". [Responsabilité morale et moi: Enquête théorique sur l’agentivité compatibiliste]. Advisors: Julien Deonna & Fabrice Teroni.
    • Bachelor’s thesis in General History : "Le rapport entre les sexes dans la correspondance de John Stuart Mill et Auguste Comte". Advisor: Christoph Conrad.​
Interest
  • Philosophy of action: reason-explanation; Causalism vs Anti-causalism; Constitutivism; reductive analysis of agency; metaphysics of agency
  • Philosophy of mind: emotions; mental causation
  • Moral Psychology: psychological egoism; altruism; motivation; real-self views; autonomy
  • Environmental Ethics
Talks
  • “The warm glow from giving, its nature and motivational power”, International conference. Students of Analytic Philosophy (ic.SoAP), 1 May 2021.
  • “Real-self view and Moral responsibility: Problems and Limits.”, International conference. Students of analytic Philosophy (ic.SoAP), 2 May 2020.