I am a doctoral candidate in philosophy at the University of Rochester as well as an instructor for the Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program. I work in philosophy of science (both general philosophy of science and philosophy of biology) and metaphysics, but my interests also include philosophy of religion, epistemology, the history of philosophy, and teaching logic.
News and Events
- Comments on Ryan Felder's "Moral Responsibility and Liability in Defensive Harms," March 11.
- Forthcoming in Synthese, Sansom, Roger, and Jannai Shields. Asymmetry in the Unificationist Theory of Causal Explanation. Pre-publication draft available upon request.
- Check out my appearance on Rochester Public Radio's Connections, to talk about "Why We Believe Things that are Obviously Untrue"