I graduated from the Department of Philosophy in the University of Minnesota in 1990. I taught in the Department of Philosophy in CU at Boulder from 1990 until 2003 and in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method in the LSE from 2003 until 2017. I have been a Professor in UNC at Chapel Hill since January 2018.
My interests are as follows:
Rationality. I have a line of work on paradoxes in rationality such as: the surprise exam; Moore’s paradox; the evidential value of miracles; the conjunction fallacy; the lottery and the preface paradoxes; Monty Hall, Judy Benjamin & Sleeping Beauty; and the puzzle of the hats.