My research is focused on the history of analytic philosophy - primarily W.V. Quine and Rudolf Carnap - and an array of issues in epistemology and metaphysics (both broadly construed) that arise from my historical work, including philosophical naturalism, ontology and meta-ontology, truth by convention, sense and nonsense, the analytic-synthetic distinction, empiricism, and the epistemology of logic, mathematics, and philosophy.
DePauw UniversityDepartment of PhilosophyVisiting assistant professor
Indiana University, Bloomington
Department of Philosophy
Greencastle, Indiana, United States of America