The central focus of my research is on the work of Rudolf Carnap and W.V. Quine. I am primarily interested in their empiricism and naturalism, the consequences of these views for epistemology, philosophical methodology, and the philosophy of science and mathematics, and the views on language, meaning, truth, and convention they offer to articulate their epistemological and methodological commitments. I have strong teaching interests in social and political philosophy and applied ethics, such as business ethics and environmental ethics. See my website for more: