About me

I am a doctoral candidate at the Université de Montréal (UdeM) in philosophy. I am particularly interested in political philosophy, philosophy of economics, ethics in general and business ethics in particular. I completed a Master’s degree in Public Administration at the École nationale d’administration publique and another Master’s degree in Philosophy at the Université du Québec à Montréal.

I’m passionate about teaching. Not only do I have the privilege of being a lecturer at HEC Montréal, ESG-UQAM and the Université de Montréal where I teach various courses related to business ethics and political philosophy, but I also have the chance to teach philosophy at Cégep André-Laurendeau. You can see the details of my courses here.

In addition, for the academic years 2018, 2019, 2020, I have the honour of being a doctoral fellow at the Groupe de recherche interuniversitaire en philosophie politique de Montréal (GRIPP). I also produce and host a podcast on ethics (2000+ downloads).

My doctoral research focuses on the republican theory of freedom as applied to economic organizations. I explore the various proposals of organizations aimed at protecting the freedom of individuals and propose tools for thinking about a more democratic economy and organizations.

My future plans will focus on the diversity of organizational forms. In other words, I will deepen my reflection on the forms of organizations that exist and their justifications. The idea is to bridge the gap between management and management research on organizational forms and the use of these forms by theorists in political philosophy and other social and human sciences.

Outside the academic world, I have the privilege of sitting on the board of directors of a Desjardins caisse and a publishing house. I am also an occasional organizational consultant on democratic governance issues.

I consider collaboration in both research and teaching to be fundamental. As such, I would like to take advantage of this space to express my gratitude for the extraordinary people and immense virtue that I have been fortunate enough to encounter throughout this journey.

Good to know

I also write, here and there, articles and reviews for journals. I have already written a text for the newspaper Le Devoir. There’s also this site which is both a showcase for my activities and a blog (formerly Je devrais écrire…) where I write about everything and nothing, but generally where I discuss the ideas I come across in my readings. I also have a virtual presence on Github.