My primary research concerns structural epistemic rationality (or "perspectival" rationality), which is an evaluation of doxastic attitudinal coherence. I am interested in developing a theory of the same in which the relevant coherence standards are fully agent-relative, yet objectively determined.

In addition to this main project, I also have interests in doxastic attitudes, appeals to intuitions, how to understand rationality in disciplinary contexts (e.g. science and philosophy), and philosophy of evolutionary biology, as well as a few others.

I also organize Virtual Dissertation Groups, a way for graduate students to connect online to g…

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