I have worked in several areas: the epistemology of disagreement, the problem of evil, religious epistemology, skepticism, philosophy of time, vagueness, material composition, the semantics of belief ascription, and content externalism.
I started out in physics. I was never any good at it, but I did get an MA degree. Then I got a PhD in philosophy and became a professor. But I'm not good at philosophy either. (Most people aren't, even philosophers.) The best I can do, I suspect, is explain the difficulty in offering plausible and informative answers to certain philosophical questions.
Despite all that, philosophy is extremely rewarding…Read more