I am a full-time doctoral research student in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Warwick, working on the relation between knowledge and skill in an account of the nature of know-knowing how to do something and how we exercise such knowledge in action. I have an MA in Philosophy of Mind from the University of Warwick, and a BA in Philosophy from the National University of Colombia.
My other interests include topics in the philosophy of perception, the metaphysics of mind, cognitive sciences and artificial inteligence, formal logic (especially non-classical logics), and the works of Gareth Evans, Gilbert Ryle, and Ludwig Wittgenstein.
I was chair of the organising committe for the 2012 Warwick graduate conference in philosophy of mind, MindGrad, and organised the 2012 Graduate Research Day. From the summer term of 2012 and up to the summer of 2014, I was in charge of the Departmental Graduate Seminar, a space where graduate students present their research to a general philosophy audience.
My research is funded by the Warwick Postgraduate Research Scholarship.