I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Arkansas State University. I received my PhD in philosophy from the University of Arizona.

I work primarily in epistemology and cognitive science, and I have interests in philosophical logic and decision theory. My curriculum vitae can be found here.

This Fall I am teaching Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 1103) and History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (PHIL 3213).

Recent Publications:
“Resource Bounded Agents” (forthcoming), The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Recent Talks:
February, 2014: “Too Much Higher-Order Knowledge (For Reliabilism)”, Midsouth Philosophy Conference, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN.