Areti is a DPhil student at St Cross College, supervised by Prof. Dominic Wilkinson and Dr Tom Sinclair. She graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science with an MSc in Political Theory, where she conducted research on luck egalitarianism and genetic engineering. Prior to that, she had completed a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the University of Warwick, where she wrote her thesis on kidney sales and political liberalism. Her DPhil research concerns the problem of exclusion that arises in Rawlsian contractualism due to the theory's account of personhood, which appeals to a threshold of reasonableness and rationality; in particular, she examines the implications of the theory for foetuses, children, future generations, unreasonable citizens, individuals with severe mental impairments, and non-human animals. Her further interests include the debate on perfectionism and anti-perfectionism, political legitimacy, moral enhancement, and the question of what we owe to children.