I am a philosophy doctoral candidate under a joint supervision agreement at The Graduate Center (City University of New York) and the Institut Jean Nicod (École Normale Supérieure). I work primarily in ethics, philosophy of action and social philosophy.
My dissertation is about the nature of shared agency. Therein, I argue for a new and minimalist conception, defining shared activity as the coordination of individual activity.
Miranda Fricker (The Graduate Center) and Sacha Bourgeois-Gironde (Institut Jean Nicod) supervise my doctoral research. Charles Mills (The Graduate Center) and Jennifer Morton (UNC Chapel Hill) sit on my advising committee.
In January 2021, I will be a postdoctoral fellow at the Centre de recherche en éthique and affiliated with McGill University.
E-mail: jsalomone AT gradcenter DOT cuny DOT edu
A note on my family name: I am in the process of changing my family name from “Salomone” to “Salomone-Sehr” (the legal process has not yet been completed). Many records show the single version of my surname. No confusion or misrepresentation is intended.