Most of my research falls into three related areas: the philosophy of mathematics (logicism, structuralism, Dedekind, Cassirer, the philosophy of mathematical practice); the history and philosophy of logic (the rise of meta-logic, notions of completeness); and early analytic philosophy (Frege, Russell, Carnap, Wittgenstein, Strawson, etc.). But I also have broader interests, e.g., meta-philosophy (analysis and explication, philosophical history), Neo-Kantianism (the Marburg School), and general philosophy of science (Thomas Kuhn, theories of explanation, etc.), to some degree also the philosophy of technology and aesthetics.
University of California, RiversideDepartment of PhilosophyProfessor
University of Chicago
Department of Philosophy
Riverside, California, United States of America