Some things I've argued for in published or ongoing work:

Beliefs are necessarily rationally revisable. Perceptual states are not.

We sometimes have perceptual experiences about sophisticated features, such as the intentions of others.

It's not obvious how to dissolve the skeptical worry that we don't know that others have minds.

Persistent and irresolvable philosophical disagreement is one hallmark of a thriving philosophical community, not a cause for lament or embarrassment.

Perceptual states are not made up, in whole or in part, by judgments.

Pronouns: she/her