I am a graduate student in Philosophy at Radboud University Nijmegen.
I work in philosophy of mind and cognition, and intersecting areas in philosophy of language. In particular, my research interests are in (joint) attention, social cognition, and the origins of mental content and of communication. My broad interests are unabashedly varied, so in my spare time I pursue, and have pursued, various other hobbies: philosophy of logic, metaphysics (specially metaontology), history of philosophy, taoist philosophy, aesthetics, and artificial intelligence.
Before coming to Nijmegen, I studied philosophy at the University of Dundee. I have also been active as an independent artist and curator, having exhibited my artistic work internationally.
Besides philosophy, I’m passionate about hiking, mountaineering, running, cycling, programming, abstract art, and have a soft spot for all things avant-garde.
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My artistic works are here.
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Contact: lucas [dot] battich [at] gmail [dot] com