Phoebe’s research engages with contemporary metaphysics and 19th Century German Philosophy, specialising in F.W.J Schelling’s process philosophy of nature. Her current research considers the contemporary field of emergence in connection with Schelling’s philosophy of potency, arguing that emergence is metaphysically incoherent as it is currently presented. Her research thus aims to reframe emergence within a Schellingian metaphysics of potency articulated through a series of times. Phoebe has previously written about Schelling’s metaphysics of freedom and the ecological consequences of Schellingian evil. Phoebe maintains an interest in feminist philosophy, philosophy of science, and philosophy of time.