I am a dual PhD student in both Philosophy and Public Policy at the University of Arkansas.

My current research focuses on social and political epistemology, public policy, and the intersection of ethics with the philosophy of language. Most recently, this includes projects on phenomena like conspiracy theories, propaganda, and “fake news” with an eye for highlighting practical applications of philosophical conclusions. More broadly, I am interested in how epistemic structures like perspectives and worldviews affect our social-epistemic processes and how to construct effective public policies in light of their associated norms. In the past, …

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