I am associate professor in the Department of Philosophy and the Center for Human Values at Princeton University. My research spans a range of topics in moral and political philosophy, practical reason, and applied ethics. My current work focuses on population ethics, the ethics of risk, moral dilemmas and moral luck, the notion of interpersonal justification, and the ethics of immigration and national partiality. In 2014, I completed my PhD dissertation on population ethics at Harvard University. Previously, I read for the BPhil in Philosophy at Merton College, Oxford, and was a pensionnaire étranger at the École normale supérieure in Paris. As an undergraduate, I studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at St. John's College, Oxford.

My wife, Ekédi Mpondo-Dika, is a sociologist at Princeton.