I am an associate professor of philosophy at Georgetown University. I have a broad range of research and teaching interests. I have worked primarily in Kant's theoretical philosophy and History of Early Modern Philosophy. But I am also interested in Metaphysics, History and Philosophy of Science, and Classical Chinese Philosophy (esp. moral psychology, metaphysics, history of Confucianism, and the development of Buddhism in China).

Since I finished my book on Kant’s philosophy of logic (Kant and the Science of Logic, OUP 2018), I have shifted my focus onto his metaphysics and philosophy of science, and particularly the interaction between th…

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