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.
This Spring I am teaching Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 1103), and History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (PHIL 3213).
March, 2011: “Common Knowledge, Coordination, and Context”, Southwest Graduate Conference in Philosophy, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
February, 2010: “Is ‘Justification’ an Ordinary Term?”, Central Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Chicago, IL.
April, 2010: “The Paradox of Gentle Murder”, a presentation for the undergraduate philosophy club, University of Arizona.