I work in metaethics, ethical theory, early modern, and the history of ethics and metaethics.
I also have interests in philosophy of religion, philosophy of mind, applied ethics, and most
things historical. See:
I’m now precepting for Princeton
University’s PHI 202 (Introduction to Moral Philosophy). In August 2011, I
got my Ph.D. with a dissertation on moral semantics and ontology at the
University of Arizona. For the 2011–12
school year, I worked as an Instructor for Northern
Arizona University. From 2012–14, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor with the University of North Carolina philosophy department, in
the PPE program. In Spring 2019, I taught at
Cornell University as a Visiting Assistant Professor.
I’m always working on projects: