I am an associate professor of philosophy at Georgetown University. I have a broad range of research and teaching interests. Since I defended my dissertation in 2012, I have worked primarily in Kant's theoretical philosophy, Early Modern Philosophy, and History and Philosophy of Logic. But I am also interested in Medieval Philosophy, Metaphysics, History and Philosophy of Science, and Classical Chinese Philosophy (esp. moral psychology, metaphysics, and history of Confucianism).
Having completed a book on Kant’s philosophy of logic (Kant and the Science of Logic, OUP 2018), I am now working toward my second, which revolves around Kant’s crit…Read more