I am a philosopher of science at TINT: Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Social and Moral Philosophy, Department of Political and Economic Studies, University of Helsinki. I also occasionally teach at several universities in Estonia, and I’m an associate member of SPIN UNIT (Spatial Intelligence Unit). My focus is on economics, and my particular interest is in how it is related to its neighbouring disciplines such as ecology, sociology, psychology and cognitive science. More broadly I’m interested in the foundations of human rationality, sociality and morality, and in how these issues can be informed by integrating science and philosophy. I enjoy freshly roasted coffee, climbing, cycling, walking and craft beer, in order of preference (but sometimes violating transitivity).
(Image courtesy of Marion Pettai: me free-soloing Ellandvahe boulder, Estonia)