I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma, and received my Ph.D. from the University of Missouri in 2017. My dissertation proposed a novel account of perspectival ("subjective") epistemic rationality that employed a best system approach to determining an agent's own standards without devolving into radical subjectivism. In addition to epistemic rationality I have interests in, Philosophical Appeals to Intuition, Disciplinary Rationality in Philosophy and Science, Philosophy of Biology, Nature of Doxastic Attitudes, Skepticism, and Normative Nihilism.

I also organize Virtual Dissertation Groups, a way for…

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