I am Associate Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University. I have a broad range of research and teaching interests. My areas of specialization are Kant's philosophy and History of Western Philosophy (17th and 18th centuries). But I am also interested in History and Philosophy of Science, Classical Chinese Philosophy (esp. moral psychology, history of Confucianism, and the development of Buddhism in China) and, more recently, philosophy of race and social epistemology.

My most recent work focuses on Kant's raciology. Besides three journal publications on this topic (2021-22), my new book Kant, Race, and Racism: Views from Somewhere is …

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