Assistant Professor at Kent State University. Formerly Visiting Assistant Professor at Hamilton College. Dissertation: The Psychological Import of Syntactic Theory. Primary Committee: M. Devitt, S. Neale, J. D. Fodor. Readers: G. Ostertag, J. Greenwood. Defense: November, 2011. The dissertation argues for the psychological reality of syntactic representations (mental phrase markers), and a procedural conception of grammatical rules and principles. I'm also interested in issues concerning consciousness (esp. higher-order approaches) and traditional issues in the philosophy of mind, language, and science.
Kent State UniversityDepartment of PhilosophyAssistant Professor
CUNY Graduate Center
Department of Philosophy
Kent, Ohio, United States of America